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Posted: 9/21/2002 12:25:17 PM EDT
If any of you guys come across at a gunshow or a gun shop/pawn shop a nice H&K P9S in .45ACP for around $1000 or less, let me know - I'll buy it and give you a bonus for your troubles. I'd rather not pay the $1250-$1500 some people are asking right now for them :)
Link Posted: 9/21/2002 3:52:58 PM EDT
Maybe if I find two, I'll help you out...[;)]
Link Posted: 9/21/2002 4:03:55 PM EDT
inexpensive and HK P9S .45 are not words you see in the same sentence.
Link Posted: 9/21/2002 8:00:58 PM EDT
Good luck, they are a great gun. Mine (a 9mm) is more accurate than my P7M8, and if I find two .45's I'll let you get the other. Just keep looking and jump on it when you find it. I stumbled across mine at the end of a gunshow for $350. I didn't even ask what caliber it was, I just coughed up the dough and told him to get the yellow sheet while I looked it over. Obviously I lucked out, but that was only a little more than a year ago. Just don't hesitate to jump on it when you find it. Ross
Link Posted: 9/21/2002 8:25:48 PM EDT
Yeah, I still kick myself daily for passing on a P9S in 9mm for $450. I had just bought a P7M10 and didn't have the cash at the time. Went back a couple weeks later when I realized my mistake, cash in hand, but it was gone. It was a little hole in the wall gunshop in a small town about 45 minutes away. Everything else in the store was the typical overpriced stuff (SAR1s for 600, postban ARs for $1000), so I figured noone else in town would want the P9, boy was I wrong...
Link Posted: 9/22/2002 2:06:45 AM EDT
Yeah, about 1 year ago I scored a MINT condition P9S in 9mm with 3 mags for $600. Now I want the .45 version. DAMN those P9s are da bomb! Unfortunately, most gun stores and private sellers are a bit wise now to the value. Grrrr.
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