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Old 03-27-2008, 8:36 PM
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Default H&K P9S

Ran across an H&K P9S I think it's the standard model No box or paperwork
Has been shot but in good condition trying to determine value
Input would be appreciated Thanks It's a 9mm

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9mm or 45?
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Old 03-28-2008, 6:20 AM
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I'd guess around $1200-ish for a nice clean one. Box, papers etc and your perception of what it is worth, and or course the sellers perception all affect the price.

The P9S is an outstanding pistol. It is my favorite hands down.

Also check if it's a combat or a target, combat having fixed red and white sights, the target an adjustable rear, the targets are worth slightly more I believe in 9mm.

Be sure to check the bolt face and other internals, and of course function check it (be sure to use a snap cap) the decocker function is tricky but easy once you under stand it.

And as a fyi Walther P38 / P1 mags will work in a P9s.
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That P9S took a while to sell... I'm uncertain what it ended up selling for.

Check gunbroker as a "starting point." There's the CA premium.

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I'd guess around $1200-ish for a nice clean one. Box, papers etc and your perception of what it is worth, and or course the sellers perception all affect the price.

The P9S is an outstanding pistol. It is my favorite hands down.

Also check if it's a combat or a target, combat having fixed red and white sights, the target an adjustable rear, the targets are worth slightly more I believe in 9mm.

Be sure to check the bolt face and other internals, and of course function check it (be sure to use a snap cap) the decocker function is tricky but easy once you under stand it.

And as a fyi Walther P38 / P1 mags will work in a P9s.
Is there a gun you don't have?

Actually, let me rephrase... is there a GOOD gun you don't have?
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That P9S took a while to sell... I'm uncertain what it ended up selling for.

Check gunbroker as a "starting point." There's the CA premium.



Is there a gun you don't have?

Actually, let me rephrase... is there a GOOD gun you don't have?
Sadly, yes..... one day the Gun Santa will bless me with a Walther P88, and a Walther P5 compact special forces / MOD issue, I just know it = and ofcourse the holy grail of them all... the Walther WA2000 (funny, just realized my wish list are all Walther!)

Besides, you aren't doing too bad your self with the 1911's?
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Sadly, yes..... one day the Gun Santa will bless me with a Walther P88, and a Walther P5 compact special forces / MOD issue, I just know it = and ofcourse the holy grail of them all... the Walther WA2000 (funny, just realized my wish list are all Walther!)

Besides, you aren't doing too bad your self with the 1911's?
Hmmmm... does that mean you own a Sig P210?

The WA2000 is cool, but it's always screamed AIRSOFT to me. That rifle looks like an airgun.
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thanks for the info on the walther mags I was not aware
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Hmmmm... does that mean you own a Sig P210?

The WA2000 is cool, but it's always screamed AIRSOFT to me. That rifle looks like an airgun.
No Brother! I wouldn't hold on you on that one! Totally forgot about the P210 ~ does this mean YOU have a P210???

They did make a WA2000 airsoft called the Asahi - that is probably the only airsoft I would spend money on.

Bob - you are welcome on the P1 mag tip - they are pretty cheap right now. I think CDNN have them for $20? Also take a look at the buffer on the pistol and make sure it's in good shape.
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I will do that. Actually this belongs to a friend I think I'm going to list it for him
I'm not that interested in the gun It appears to have a parkerized finish it's my understanding some of the later guns were finished this way?It also has had the original grips replaced with pachmayr grips.He does have a P9S .45 target model that is new in the box that I am very interested in. Thanks for the input
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Sadly, yes..... one day the Gun Santa will bless me with a Walther P88, and a Walther P5 compact special forces / MOD issue, I just know it = and ofcourse the holy grail of them all... the Walther WA2000 (funny, just realized my wish list are all Walther!)
I know the guy that has the last ten or so of the imported WA2000s, both .308 and .300 Win Mag. If you have the money (a TON of it) and really want one, I can put you on touch with him.
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I have a combat model in .45. The DA trigger pull is reasonable, but the SA trigger pull has to be one of the nicest I have EVER felt. As good as the best 1911s I've shot. The gun is tack driver accurate, too.

I've been thinking about selling mine, but every time I shoot it, it makes it hard to consider parting with it.

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