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Q: That is what you think? THAT is why you believe the price is so high? The answer to this is so mind numbingly simple I can't believe you see otherwise. It sells for $1500 because it can. It IS that simple. People are willing to pay it. The price is what the market will bear in just about anything. Why did the price of the average custom autococker suddenly balloon after the introduction of the angel? The angel was a whole new highpoint in expensive markers on it's introduction. MSRP of $1,200.00 (I believe) at the time, when any custom cocker on the planet could be had for 1 K or less. Welllll, since everyone KNOWS that a cocker is "Just as good as" you name it, it must be worth just as much as, you name it. All of a sudden we have $1400, $1600, $1800 cockers out there with essentially the same shit they had on them 6 months previous.
A: -So anyone who feels the price of an Angel is not justified must no be able to afford it huh. If you look in my bathroom you will see the finest toilet paper, Charmin Ultra Plus. I can justify the price by the way my ass feels. -avenger...your all wet with cost of guns...the dealer of any retail store will tell you an angel average profit is $35 ONLY ! now ask me how i know...because i used to buy wholesale guns and sell them...as short a time ago as 7 months...yes i was a online store...a spyder if you make $7.00 you are doing good...that is why they have packages to make something off mask etc....cause there is no NONE no 40% off for dealer...these stores don't even care if they sell a gun...only to make new customer,as for profit,there is shit in profit...the profit is in accessories and paint... i also can back up what i just said..i have invoicing for plenty of guns.. if you think the store profits $400 or so on an angel you are very mistaken... -Standard retail percentages are always anywhere from 25 to 40 percent. Angel carries at least a 25% markup and that's being conservative. As you say if a retailer makes $75 of the sale of a $1500 Angel that means if the customer pays with an Amex the retailer will be charged $48 by the card processor. That means he would have only made $27 off that sale. last time I looked there weren't many idiots around wanting to put up $1425 to make $27. As a general rule you will find paintball products have at least a 30% to 300% markup on items. Tubes can be purchased in bulk at about $1.50 each and are sold for $5 each. Either way retailers won't run their stores on anything less than 25% markup. Nor will anyone else. Plus stores working off a line of credit are paying around 1.24% monthly on their inventory. That means an Angel siting in a store one month accrues $13.95 in interest charges based on the wholesale price of $1125. .
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