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Would $3k be out of the range of a never fired P7M8?
That's about what I figured. Only problem I can see is if HK decided to bring it back one day. Doubtful, but always possible. Unlike Colt with their wheel guns, HK still has their smiths around.Assuming you have the case, box, paperwork, scraper and brush?
With everything at hand, yes that value is reasonable for an unfired M8
Forgot to ask.....selling or buying?
Odds are it's the same one on MGO. Never heard back from him when I reached out. The Chantilly reference is actually the reason I asked about this specific model.I am on the hunt for another one. And I think I know the sale ad being referenced here. To me its not worth $3000. Especially since its one of the "last 500". Nice pistols. But the build quality compared to some of the Chantilly and Sterling models is lacking. Finish on these ones was a little substandardas well. Offer $2500. It is allegedly NIB so that is cool. I am holding out for another Sterling model. I just like them the best.
Yeah thats the listing. If you like quality guns you need a P7 series. As well and meticulously built as they are. They harken back to a day when HK was really at the top of their game. And they really are money in the bank.Odds are it's the same one on MGO. Never heard back from him when I reached out. The Chantilly reference is actually the reason I asked about this specific model.
At this point if I get one, I'll deal with one of the forum members who reached out to me. Much closer to the price I'd be willing to pay.
Funny, I've got/had somewhere in the range of 13 or 14 HKs over the years to include a Mk23. Just never a P series. Have to do it at some point considering how quickly the prices are going up.