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Hk sp89---SOLD

Discussion in 'Handgun Classifieds' started by ammoguy, Jul 13, 2010.

  1. ammoguy

    ammoguy washington New Member

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    Hey gang..
    I'm selling my SP89. Time to move on to something else. I ran one mag through it to function check it and it's been sitting ever since. It's about a 9 out of 10. Comes with 4 HK curved 30's and the standard 15. So there you go! Thanks for looking.

    4500 and it's yours.
     
  2. BlackGunsRFun

    BlackGunsRFun PDXish Member

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    I'd really hesitate to seriously consider a $5k purchase of something I couldn't see. Please post pics.
     
  3. ammoguy

    ammoguy washington New Member

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    I can post pics tomorrow. I'm out of town for work until then.
     
  4. Trlsmn

    Trlsmn In Utero (Portland) Well-Known Member

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    Is this on a real HK registered receiver or a clone?
     
  5. ammoguy

    ammoguy washington New Member

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    I'm not sure what you mean by "registered" but it is all HK.
     
  6. The Duck

    The Duck Oregon Active Member

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    Not an expert, but: He might be asking if it is registered as a full auto or just a clone which you are selling to look like a full auto? But that is just a guess?
     
  7. rdb241

    rdb241 Puyallup Washington Gold Supporter Gold Supporter

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    I think the add says SP89 semi auto and not MP5K full auto. What was meant by HK registered is it a factory stamped and manufactured by HK in Germany. A clone means a receiver manufactured here in the US and then use real HK parts to put the rest of the gun together. The price of real HK stuff is through the roof. So the price for an SP89 is in the ball park. I have seen them at the WAC show with the same price. Please post some pics.
     
  8. Trlsmn

    Trlsmn In Utero (Portland) Well-Known Member

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    What he said.

    Unfortunately many times people try to pass off clones as real HK's. Regardless of how good a clone is we don't allow clones to be advertised as the real thing as the price difference can be from 1/2 to 1/3rd to 1/10th the value of the real thing.
     
  9. The Duck

    The Duck Oregon Active Member

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    Well; I would go with number two here, he sounds more confident in his answer and mine was just an semi-educated guess...
     
  10. Silver Fox

    Silver Fox Puyallup, WA Well-Known Member

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    Since he is in WA I highly doubt it is Full Auto.

    I believe he has the SP89 pistol made by HK

    Pics would help with a high-end piece like this.

    SF-

    SF-
     
  11. WhitneyPrecision

    WhitneyPrecision Lane County Member

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    If it were F/A and "Registered" he should be asking more like $18K-$25K depending on accessories and included spare parts.

    If he has the original box and paperwork $4.5k seems like a pretty fair price. If however it were NIB and Unfired $5.5k would'nt be too much to ask... that means the ONE mag he says he shot cost him a grand. Hope it was worth it.
     
  12. ammoguy

    ammoguy washington New Member

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    gun is sold..

    pb m3---

    1)It was already fired when i got it.
    2)You can't privately own Class 3 stuff in Washington.
    3)Don't ya think that a guy that drops 4500 on a pistol is somewhat knowledgeable about collectors value and if he bought it unfired wouldn't fire it?


    Thanks for the interest guys.
     
    Last edited: Jul 20, 2010
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