Cheap Paintball Gun – Online Auctions

Do your research

Buying online is easy and saves you time, but you should never cut corners on your product research before you decide to buy a paintball gun or a paintball gun accessory. You hear so many unhappy stories of people who bought a paintball gun or accessory in haste which did not actually meet their needs, or was not compatible with their other paintball gear. You need to know about a products features and reputation, whether the manufacturer is still in business and can service your paintball gun, and it all comes down to thorough research. There is no substitute for proper research and it should not be rushed. You will regret it if you do.

Finding an online paintball gun auction

A quick search in Google should give you a list of paintball gun auction sites. A good place to start is eBay. You will need to register with the paintball gun auction site before you can take part in auctions. Make sure you read the auction site’s rules and be aware of any fees or commissions for which you will be charged.

The photograph

Buyers should check that the paintball gun in the photograph is the paintball gun that the seller says it is. If the seller has not posted a photograph, then ask to see a photograph of the actual paintball gun or paintball gun accessory being sold. Do not be satisfied with a picture of the product taken from the manufacturer’s website.

Sellers should take a photograph of the paintball gun or accessory since a photograph will give you a much better chance of making a sale. You want the buyer to see a good photo showing all the paintball gun’s features, including upgrades, so take a number of photos, experiment with background and lighting and see which looks best online.

You are entering a binding agreement

An agreement to buy or sell a paintball gun or paintball gun accessories through an online auction amounts to a binding contract, but this will not stop some people refusing to go through with the deal after the agreement has been made.

The auction site will have rules governing transactions and failure to complete on an agreed deal, and you need to be aware of these and have recourse to them if something goes wrong. Sites vary in the degree to which they become involved when a party fails to complete, but you should always report those that flout the rules to the auction site. In most cases people who break the rules are prohibited from taking part in further auctions.

In practice, there is usually not much more you can do if a party agrees to buy or sell a paintball gun or accessory but does not complete on the deal.

Check out the buyer or seller’s online reputation

However, before you start bidding for a paintball gun, check out the other party’s online reputation at the auction site to find out what other people say about them. On eBay, buyers and sellers are rated and you can even contact people who have previously done business with the buyer or seller. If you see some negative comments, then seek further clarification from the comment maker as to what the problem was with the buyer or seller. Then form your own opinion as to whether you can trust the buyer or seller.

Keep a record of all communications

If you send e-mails to the other party then keep a record of these. Likewise, if you speak to them on the phone, make a note right away of what was said and date the note. Such e-mails and notes are evidence of what was agreed between the parties and these will be useful if you have to refer the matter to the auction site if the other party does not complete the deal.

I have found that you can tell a fair amount about a paintball gun seller from how they respond to questions, and how quickly they respond. Send off an e-mail with a few product and payment questions and then see how the seller responds. If the response is evasive or misleading or rude, then trust your gut instinct and do not contract with the seller.

Price, payment and delivery

As a seller, many auction sites will allow you to put a reserve price on your paintball gun or paintball gun accessory so that it cannot be sold for a lower price.

Common forms of payment are credit cards or PayPal, but each seller will have their own requirements, of which a buyer should be aware. It is always a good idea to e-mail to confirm how payment is to be made.

If you are selling, make sure you get payment confirmed before you despatch the goods.

Buyers should be aware that con artists sometimes pose as sellers in order to get buyers to send money transfers, for example ‘wiring’ money through Western Union, so be very suspicious of anyone who insists on payment in this manner.

Shipping costs will in most cases be additional to the price, and they should be quoted separately. If none are quoted, then ask. Also ask when you can expect to receive the paintball gun.

Stun Guns – Easy to Use and Sell

The world around us is increasingly becoming unsafe and dangerous for us. The fear of getting robbed, thugs attacking you with knives, crooks and pickpockets or robbers brandishing revolvers and following you at night – these are pretty common incidents in current times – incidents that have raised a lot of concern about safety issues.

Particularly worrisome is the trend of robbing and murdering innocent people out in deserted stretches at night and women are at increased risk of being attacked and sexually assaulted before being murdered. Just imagine the plight of those men and women who have to work in graveyard shifts and return home at unearthly hours at night.

These men and women give top priority to non lethal self defense methods to save themselves from such attackers. Now everybody isn’t a black belt holder or judo expert, nor does every second person possess the guts to fire a real gun at a miscreant.

It is for people like these that the stun guns have been invented and these guns are regarded by all and sundry as the best form of non lethal self defense.

When you are attacked by a thug or miscreant, just press the stun gun on his or her body. An electricity charge measuring a paltry 2 or 3 milli amps emanating from the gun will hit the subject and incapacitate the assailant without killing him/her.

By the time your assailant recovers from his stunned state, you will be gone!

These guns are so popular compared to other weapons because of their ease of use and because they are far more safe compared to rest of the weaponry as no permanent damage is caused to the brain. The neurological effects usually are short term and the long term ones are few and far between.

You can use these guns on any portion of the miscreant’s body, they fit into pockets of jackets and pants and inside purses, a single recharge will ensure it can be used multiple times and it takes only a few minutes to master.

Now let me tell you of a really great business opportunity. You have more or less understood that self defense items like pepper sprays and stun guns have a huge demand and a huger market. You can sell stun guns either physically or online and tap into this market with vast potential.

Those who sell stun guns online acquire a huge profit margin and it makes good business sense to sell these self defense items of a non lethal nature to people who are in dire need of them.

Just make sure you stock the top brands as well as the more affordable ones and market yourself properly to create awareness about your online store and its products.

Choosing A Pricing Gun For Your Business

The pricing gun is a very versatile tool, not only helping price up articles for sale, but also helping take an inventory of stock. They come with differing capabilities, and that is important when choosing equipment for your business.

When deciding which price gun to order it is a good idea to find a good supplier offering plenty of choice at a price that your business can afford. One of the best places to check out suppliers is on the internet as this will widen the scope of your search beyond your immediate geographical area.

Having found a good supplier it is then a matter of choosing the product that best meets your business needs. A good supplier will offer as a wide a range of choice as possible, allowing you to match brand price and capability of the product. For instance, should you need to put product dates, batch code and price on the same label, your supplier should be able to sell you a gun that can do that.

When selecting equipment for your business, you should also be able to purchase the necessary accessories from your supplier. There is no sense in buying the gun if you cannot get hold of the accessories. The fact you can buy everything from the same supplier will save you time and effort as well as cost. These accessories will include starter packs, adhesive labels, promotional labels and ink rollers.

The supplier may also be able to provide other products for your business, including till rolls and tagging equipment. Of course, when visiting the supplier’s website, your primary aim will be select the type of equipment which will do the job for your business. The wider the choice offered to you, then all the more likely it is that you will be able to buy the most suitable gun.

As when buying any supplies, it is never about purchasing the first item you see. By carefully assessing what you need, and finding the right supplier, the task of choosing a pricing gun for your business is made all the easier.