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BHP Mk III price check

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by ACP, Aug 11, 2003.

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  1. ACP

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    LNIB, black enamel finish, plactic grips, fixed sights, two 10-rd. factory mags., $450. Whatya think?
     
  2. Navy joe

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    Is it Belgian? Sounds good to me.
     
  3. Stephen A. Camp

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    Hello. Sounds good. NIB around here (N. Central Texas) run from about $529 to a bit over six-hundred depending upon where you see them.

    Best.
     
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    Good buy. The plain blue guns should be in the $400 - $450 range, Practicals a little more, and the Silver chrome a bit more.
     
  5. ACP

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    Thanks guys. :)
     
  6. JohnBT

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    Well, sounds like a deal to me. NIB they run right at $609 around here. The other 6 fancier models the shop had in the case 2 weeks ago ran on up to around $690 or so.

    John
     
  7. ACP

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    Oops! Hey, notice that I said "LNIB," or "LIKE new in box." It's not brand new, but there's not a scratch on it, and the breechface looks like someone fired maybe 20 rounds through the gun.

    I've searched GunsAmerica and come up with some good deals on NIB guns, about $569 for a similar Mk III. Other used guns come with some hi-caps for maybe $50 more.
     
  8. JohnBT

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    We know you said LNIB. I figured I'd let you make the adjustment to the NIB price since you've seen the gun. Sounds to me like it's worth the NIB price minus a couple of bucks.

    I like LNIB guns or even A(s)NIB guns. NIB becomes LNIB very, very quickly at my house. :) My most recent ANIB is a CZ American .22 WMR for $55 less than a new one locally. I swear it wasn't shot 10 times. OTOH, I didn't get the box, the manual, the swivels or nothing. The original owner bought it, shot it, and traded it in on a new .223. Sounded like his varmints were a tad bigger than he thought.

    John
     
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    Thanks JohnBT.
     
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