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Dollar value on an HK USP Compact

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by Greenhat, Oct 25, 2011.

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  1. Greenhat

    Greenhat Member

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    Hi,

    I'm looking to see if anyone knows the retail value of a HK USP Compact Var 7, Stainless Steel slide, Night sights, 10 round mag in 40 S&W? Also, when I acquired it, it also had a .357 Sig barrel. I believe the .357 Sig barrel was bought separately, since I haven't found information on an HK offered with two barrels. The pistol is in factory new condition with 3 mags.

    I appreciate any estimates as to the value.

    Greenhat
     
  2. thefamcnaj

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    There is a gunshop up the street from selling a usp 40 for 880$. Not sure what variant it is. It's got the flip up saftey and de cocker. Hope this helped.
     
  3. Greenhat

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    Thanks for the reply! That's more info than I had before. I do know that the Var 7 model does not have the safety/decocker. Thanks again for the reply.
     
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    Oh and that 880 is for a black on black. I think the bitone cost a little more.
     
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    That gun will likely get you between $550 and $700 depending on how desperate the buyer is for a stainless slide. The spare barrel is worth $100 to $150, again depending on the motivation of the buyer. At least that is what I've been seeing used USP Compacts going for in online postings. Local sales may be more advantageous for you. If you package the pistol and spare barrel together, I think you would reasonably be able to expect at least $700--$750 fairly quickly. More if you wanted to wait for the right buyer.
     
  6. Greenhat

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    Thanks to all for the information. I really appreciate you taking the time to respond.

    Greenhat
     
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    The best way to determine relative value of a gun is to look at what they are going for on gunbroker.
     
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    "what they have actually SOLD for on Gunbroker"
     
  9. Greenhat

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    Thanks Doc. A very important distinction......sold vs. for sale!
     
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