GUN What is a good price for

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  1. STA

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    A used HK usp .40? I've checked gunbroker and all they had were "new in box" so I can't really compare prices. This gun is barely used and and priced at $575, good deal? Anything I should look out for? And it's from a pawn shop if that matters
     
  2. Platinum_Thunder

    Platinum_Thunder Reliability for life and liberty

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    Find a better gun :o
     
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    i'd offer more like $540-550, but $575 isn't horrible if it really is "like new".

    Nothing wrong with buying from a pawn shop if you trust them and they're licensed to sell firearms. :dunno:
     
  4. STA

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    :cool: The pawn shop is licensed and It's owned and operated by a friend of mines step-dad. So I may be able to bring the price down if I decide on buying it.
     
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    :rofl:
     
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    :eek: Link?


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    kellyclan She only loves you when she's drunk.

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    Frankly, i wouldn't consider a gun i believed to be a police trade in unless i could examine it in person before closing the deal.

    Way too many cops put their gun in the holster and forget about it until qualifications come around maybe once a year.
     
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    no, it's not that they put it in there and leave it, it's that they put it in, pull it out, throw in the trunk, throw it in a locker, put it in their holster, pull it out, shoot it at the range, holster it, pull it out, throw it in a locker, leave it overnight, pull it out, put it in a holster, pull it out...ad nauseum.
     

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