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HK USPc .40 S&W Value

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by Speedbump71, Oct 15, 2006.

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  1. Speedbump71

    Speedbump71 Member

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    Hey all,

    I was blessed enough to have won a stainless (looks like hard chrome to me) USPc .40 at the gun show this weekend. I was wondering what this thing might be worth. I was really at the show looking for a new XLR 45/70, and I am wondering if this gun is worth less/the same/more than that gun. I may try to work a trade on it locally this week.

    Your help is appreciated.

    Speed
     
  2. Working Man

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    I think I paid just over $600 for mine (tax and all) here in the DFW area.
    If you are in the area and looking to sell, shoot me a PM.+

    Unless I'm very wrong, it is stainless. There is no hard chrome H&K USP, least not from the factory.
     
  3. 10-Ring

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    The USPc stainless has been effectively discontinued in the US....no longer being imported. So, I would think your USPc 40 stainless would garner a premium some kind. I have also seen USPc's going in the $900 neighborhood...factor in the SS and you've got a nice door prize in your hands :cool:
     
  4. Cueball

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    That's a great prize! I'd say you are sitting on $800.
     
  5. pablo45

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    For my hk uspc .40s&w ss i paid 650.00 but now that hk is no longer exporting them into the country i would not let mine go for under 900.00. I am looking for a the same gun in a 9mm now. Do not trade. Hold on to it for awhile and see how high the price goes up.
     
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