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$350 for used Kahr PM9: deal or no deal?

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by 1KPerDay, May 8, 2012.

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  1. 1KPerDay

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    LMK what you think. thanks
     
  2. Zundfolge

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    As long as its not stolen or broken that's an awesome deal.

    At that price, buy it ... if you find you don't like it you should be able to sell it at a profit.
     
  3. Otis2

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    ^^What ZF said!^^

    Sent from my rotary dial phone.
     
  4. 1KPerDay

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    thanks
     
  5. gbelleh

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    Sure it's not a CM9? I'd be a little suspicious of a PM9 at that price. Unless it's beat to hell or broken.
     
  6. Shipwreck

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    Yes, that is awfully cheap for a PM9. I just sold a PM9 with factory nightsights on Sunday for $585
     
  7. 1KPerDay

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    It's at a pawn shop, so... dunno. I haven't seen it in person yet. He says he shot it last week and it works great. I supposed pawn shops have some sort of procedure in place to prevent selling stolen guns? Or am I just being naive?
     
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    They copy drivers licenses, socials, and some even take a photo.
     
  9. 1KPerDay

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    BTW if it turns out to be a CM9 would that price still be reasonable?
     
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    if you get some kind of warranty.. yes buy it, very good price :scrutiny:
     
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    If its a working pistol its a heck of a deal,most pawn shops in my area are higher in price than my LGS,look it over carefully as I have not seen any under 500.00.
     
  12. 1KPerDay

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    Stand down; looked at the pics on their website and it's a CW9. :rolleyes:

    Either the owner can't read or he was trying to bait/switch me, as he told me it was a PM9. Glad I looked at the pics.

    Thanks for all the help/replies. *sigh* I never find those crazy-good deals you folks seem to get on a regular basis. :D
     
  13. coalman

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    ^^^^ Okay price for CM9. Curious that such "mistakes" and/or "oversights" often seem to favor the person that made them.
     
  14. Dean1818

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    I would get a warranty

    I have a CM9 that I like, but there appears to be a small percentage of the CM9s and PM9s that some people can never seem to get to run right.

    If its a CM9, I would pass and just buy new for a few dollars more.

    If its a PM9, I would be wary and ask for a 24 hour return priveledge or a 30 day warranty
     
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    Never seen one for under $500! Are you sure it's not the CM9? LOL
     
  17. The_Armed_Therapist

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    Oops... Got it! Should have read more.
     
  18. TennJed

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    It went from being an amazing deal to a rip off. My local Sportman's Warehouse had new CW9s at $329 a few weeks back
     
  19. Fishbed77

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    I bought my CM9 NEW for $350 at Palmetto State Armory back in February. Actually got an additional 10% as thery were having a new store opening sale as well. $337 out the door, including tax.

    It's been a fantastic little pistol so far - 100% reliable with a pretty wide range of ammo.
     
  20. 9mmepiphany

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    Closing at the OP's request
     
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