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9/19/2017 7:27:10 PM
Posted: 3/5/2006 4:57:32 PM EDT
Anyone have any experience with the P9S 1970 s vintage.How much are they worth now any functioning problems.
Link Posted: 3/6/2006 6:22:24 AM EDT
depends on the model.

typicaly, the 45 targets are $1200-1400, the combat $100 less

not sure on the 9mm, I know AIM had police guns for $600? but the commercial guns go for more I think, dont think as much as the 45's however

I picked up a mint 45 target for $800 a few months ago, got really lucky

I would replace the buffer on any new to me p9, cost less than $20. My 45 did break the buffer housing suport, did not make the gun non functional(or dangerous) but I replaced it anyway

mags are not cheap, not sure on 9mm but the 45 mags are few and far between and run $70-80 when you find them

freaking amazingly accurate guns, odd low/different recoil as well, hard to explain. the targets have an adjustable trigger as well as a adjustible trigget stop

I think the 45's may have more problem then the 9mm, just a guess though.

love mine :)




Originally Posted By 26120:
Anyone have any experience with the P9S 1970 s vintage.How much are they worth now any functioning problems.

Link Posted: 3/6/2006 11:38:30 AM EDT
I bought a P9S 9mm two years ago USED for $475. I had the slide refinished and now it looks brand new. The P9S is the most accurate gun I own. I will out shoot my USP tactical 45 and P7M8.

Today AIM Surplus is selling these for $599 with mags and box, and they look brand new.

I just bought a P9S 45 Target USED on HKpro.com and I can not wait to shoot it.

Get one while you can, because those who own them do not sell them very often.


Chris
Link Posted: 3/15/2006 10:20:39 AM EDT
P9S is my favorite Hk handgun to shoot. As above, amazing accuracy, little recoil, and a butter-like trigger.
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