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Input! 800 too much for a H&K p2000 V3 in .357 sig?

Discussion in 'Handgun Discussion' started by CharlesAFerg, May 22, 2009.

  1. CharlesAFerg

    CharlesAFerg Beaverton Active Member

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    I'm contemplating a purchase, but I need some advice.

    Is $800 too much to ask for a very lightly used (brand new, IMO) H&K P2000 V3(SA/DA/Decocker) in .357 Sig?

    Everything from the factory is included.

    I'd very much appreciate your input.
     
  2. CharlesAFerg

    CharlesAFerg Beaverton Active Member

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    I'm curious as to whether this is too much from a private party.
     
  3. kirkcdl

    kirkcdl Roseburg,ORYGUN Member

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    Judging from what I have seen selling,a "smoking" deal would be $600,and I personally think $800 is a bit too much,so somewhere in between would work,your comfort level should dictate what a good price is....

    Go to Gunbroker,and do a search for auctions that have closed in the past month,that'll give you a really good idea of the actual market value...
     
  4. blindfaith

    blindfaith salem Member

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    That seems to be a reasonable deal. $700-$750 would be a good deal. There aren't very many of these available even on the internet.
     
  5. redmistnmysight

    redmistnmysight ..... Member

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    I agree with the last post that the .357sig Hk p2000 is a little hard to find. But i dont think this justifys charging 800 for it. If its been used at all then it is no longer a "new" gun although it my be in excellent condition. I paid 880.00 for mine new (in 9mm) with the packing grease, so that should give you an idea. Im selling it now for 700.00 with extras if your interested (250 rounds through it and in excellent condition). If your going to buy a used gun i would recommend get a value publication. Blue book publications is a widely used book, but keep in mined that it is just a ball park figure thats quoted and the actual value of the pistol will vary with region, caliber variant etc. Good luck with your purchase.
     
  6. MarkAd

    MarkAd Port Orchard Well-Known Member

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    Buy a new one in 40sw and then buy the 357 sig barrel.
    Thats one mans opinion.
     
  7. moparmike440

    moparmike440 SW WA Member

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    It''s all about how bad do you want it I think I would pass on it.
    CDNN had two barrel 40 sw 357 sig P2000sk for same price they have the 40sw 735.00 new