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Thinking of selling my HK USPc 9mm- value?

Discussion in 'Handgun Discussion' started by JCL, Aug 11, 2010.

  1. JCL

    JCL Eastside Member

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    I have a HK USP compact in 9mm, date code AH, shot a few hundred (400 min) rounds through it. Very well maintained, always cleaned and lubed after shooting, only good ammo, never reloads (dont reload anyway). Never carried, never even seen a holster, only sits in its container until range time.

    Has 3 mags, Tru Dot night sights (2 years old IIRC), and plastic container. I am the only owner.

    What would be a good starting price? I may have to ask around to get a consensus but figured i would start here.

    The reasoning is that I cannot shoot well with it. It shoots fine but the grip angle doesnt work for me. My glock on the otherhand I shoot incredibly well with, so I would want money with which to buy another glock and whatnot.
     
  2. Benny503

    Benny503 Grants Pass Well-Known Member

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    That's a piece of (your input), I think it will be good with me... I have severals glocks... do you have any in mind?
     
  3. Martini_Up

    Martini_Up NW USA Well-Known Member

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    650
     
  4. absoluterik07

    absoluterik07 Salem, OR Member

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    Check the closed classifieds in here and see what similar condition hk uspc 9mms were going for. Gunbroker.com also has that feature for a broader consensus.
     
  5. wsu 5.9er

    wsu 5.9er Spanaway WA Member

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    650-700, with the night sights and extra mag.
     
  6. redmistnmysight

    redmistnmysight ..... Member

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    Hmmm, I can buy a NIB hk uspc 9mm, .40 or .45 for 750$ shipped with night sights and an extra mag. So, just me but I would rather pay the 50-100$ for the new one. I guess its just who you know and what they can get in your area. Check the hk forums, they have many pistols listed similar to yours. But, the price listed on this page is pretty reflective of the going rates on this forum and in this area. Good thread, thanks for posting it.
     
  7. nwhpfan

    nwhpfan Hopville Active Member

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    Where, I haven't seen them for less than $800+.

    The problem with Hk's is since there not as popular, and fairly spendy, those that want the pistol, seem to be fine with spending the extra $150 and getting new. If you want to sell it fast, $550-600 will bring in the buyers but you might be better off asking for the Glock of your choice and $100...or something like that.
     
  8. redmistnmysight

    redmistnmysight ..... Member

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    Just because YOU cant find any doesnt mean they are not widely available. Seems to me there is always someone jacking the prices of guns and those that will pay that price. I can think of two dealers in my email that I could order from at that price. Nice little reply there, do your own homework and look more and you will find them.
     
  9. redmistnmysight

    redmistnmysight ..... Member

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    HK, not popular?:huh:
     
  10. redmistnmysight

    redmistnmysight ..... Member

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    I just checked my invoice. Im sorry, i totally miss spoke. For my last HK uspc .45 I paid 760$ shipped. My bad, totally ten $ more than what I said. Guess I exagerated a bit huh? :laugh:
     
  11. I sold my HK USP .45, full size, with night sites, two mags, case and lock for $800 just a few months ago. It saw about 500 rounds and I got $75 less than they sell for new.

    The question here is; do you need the money now or can you wait for the right buyer? I'm betting you can sell it for $650 without a hiccup.
     
  12. MarkAd

    MarkAd Port Orchard Well-Known Member

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    I will buy it right now for $6.51:bluelaugh:
     
  13. redmistnmysight

    redmistnmysight ..... Member

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    :laugh: if mark flakes on the 6.50 Ill be next in line! 650$ is a decent price but I bet you could sell today for a bit less and go get your glock asap with ammo! Out of curiosity what model glock are you wanting? gonna stick with the 9mm compact platforms? Or are you wanting to upgrade calibers or size?


    Wow! I cant believe people pay that much for a USP, but, I dont buy from gunbroker or anyone I feel is overpriced. Thats why I love this local forum, if Im not familiar with a pistol I ask. Saved me from a unfamiliar purchase just the other day. Thanks guys............
     
  14. JCL

    JCL Eastside Member

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    Dont need the money ASAP, nor really a decision ASAP.

    Thanks for the PMs but as a WA resident I cant do ftf sales with out of state. Transfer fees would be a pain on the buyers end I would think.

    Not sure on model for glock, but definitely want new. Thinking about another 19 in OD, or 26, or maybe a competition model...or .45. Like I said not sure.
     
  15. redmistnmysight

    redmistnmysight ..... Member

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    Maybe going to a range close to you and shooting some rented glocks (and other pistols) in different calibers and sizes will help the decision? Nothing wrong with exploring your options thoroughly, you may end up finding something else you prefer more. Good Luck.
     
  16. Hey, as a WA resident, remember that a person buying new has to pay TAX. Post it online and remind people that buying privately means they'll be saving the $75 on taxes, not just the discount on it being used. :thumbup:
     
  17. JCL

    JCL Eastside Member

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    True. I got boned with a $50 tax on my 19.