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I bought an FS2000 about 2 years ago. It's still new in the box. I REALLY want to shoot it. But being they were discontinued, I hate to shoot it. I'm going to guess that your average F2K buyer did not know they were discontinued and they shot it. I would like to think that in a couple years my NIB FS will be one of the few left and it would be my unique collection piece. Or....it could be a worthless piece of plastic that nobody would pay $500 for and I would be kicking myself in the ass for not shooting it.

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Shoot and have fun?

Keep it new in box and buy a used one as a shooter?

Keep it NIB and buy a cheaper Tavor to satisfy my bullpup itch?
 

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Any decision that doesn't involve owning AND shooting an FS2000, AUG, AND Tavor, is a bad decision. :shock:
 

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If you don't choot it will atrophy and rust and all that factory slime will eat it away. Sell it or choot it. PM me if you want to sell BTW.
 

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I wouldn't choot it, I'd shoot it.
 
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You'll regret not shooting it.
 

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collectables are what people can't get, at least easily. Assuming the FS2K remains on the endangered species list, prices will rise.
 

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If you decide to save it...put me on the list for buying it for $500. :wink:
 

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Run one mag through the FS2000, you can honestly say that you were testing for any QC issues. THEN get the Tavor and go crazy.
 

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Given the right circumstance when you decide to sell it, the buyer may not care if it had been used for a few hundred rounds. It's all about finding the "right" buyer :wink:

But yes, I guess having never been shot will be one more reason for justifying the asking price.
 
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