H&K Price Check

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  1. nolacop

    nolacop

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    I just wanted to get an opinion on whether I should make this purchase. I have an opportunity to purchase a 98% H&K P2000 .40 with night sights and 3 magazines. The gun comes with all the factory paperwork and box and has about 750 rounds through it. I can pick it up for $450-$475 FTF. I really dont "need" the gun, but I think it's a pretty good price. Im on the fence and need some input. Im thinking after purchasing it I can always sell it. What do ya'll think?
     
  2. glockster99

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    HK P2000 was my duty gun for many years....great gun and great price for the 98% condition... Good Luck...
     

  3. alphawolf407

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    That is more than an excellent deal. Even $675 is a very good deal. That is nearly a steal. The seller must really need the cash or just doesn't care. I had a P200 SK and it's an excellent firearm.
     
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    Personally, I would get it.
     
  5. venenoindy

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    it is a great price, if you have the money why not!
     
  6. SouthpawShootr

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    In that condition, I'd say it's a hell of a price. Get it. Just recognize if you're buying it to resell, you'll probably cover your costs and maybe make a little money (like a $100 or maybe $150) but you're not going to get a windfall out of it. When I bought my USPc .40 last year it was $725 NIB. The P2000 was the same price (they had both). Now, I'm seeing low to mid $800s in the same shop. That P30 is over $1k:shocked:

    That extra mag might be worth another $35 resale.
     
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  7. WayaX

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    I paid $599 for my barely used P2000. It's a very, very good deal. However, it will cost you more in the long run. HK's don't live well by themselves. You'll soon have a whole family of them and be living on peanut butter and jelly sandwiches for the next 5 years. You may even be homeless if they decide they want an HK91 or HK89 for a companion.

    I only have one piece of advice. If it has an LEM trigger, give it time and learn to use the trigger before passing judgment.
     
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