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I've come across one that looks to be in very good condition, made in 1989, with Tupperware box, instruction manual, cleaning brush and 2 mags.
I'd like a price range within which you would consider this to be a good buy.
I was thinking of buying it more as a collectible, than to shoot.
Would it be considered a good future investment?
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It's worth more in states like New York, New Jersey due to it's preban status. California too that I recall.

Up to you though. In all fairness. 400 is a fair price. But in this market probably 325-350 is reasonable as well.

So in other words, buy it, hold on to it. But don't hold your breathe on it increasing in value right away.
 

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The G17's in gen 2 do not bring as much as a like condition G19 does/will.

I would offer 350-400 depending on you, how much you want it. The gen 1 G17 will bring more.
So, it just depends how much you want it and what the seller wants. It's real value is what your willing to pay.
 
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