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Kahr P45 with laser

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by Vector, Oct 16, 2010.

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  1. Vector

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    What would be a fair price for a lightly used Kahr P45 with a Crimson Trace laser sight?
     
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    :) I would say about $600. Gun sales are at a low point right now. Don
     
  3. Vector

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    I wonder if it is a low point, or the hysteria that drove up prices has subsided?
     
  4. Vector

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    If sold separately, what would each be worth in lightly used condition?
     
  5. TexasGunbie

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    So are you selling or buying one?

    It's been hard to sell guns lately, people holding real tight to their cash.
    I don't usually see P45 for sale, but I run into quite a lot of P40. In lightly used condition, I think you can get a P45 for 400-500, most set their prices at 475 though.

    As for the laser, it depends on how badly a person wants it. I never care about a laser, so I treat it as a 50 bucks accessory if used regardless of how much it cost to begin with.

    Fair price, 500-600.
     
  6. Vector

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    I am still looking for a Kahr P45 and ran into a guy who said he would sell his for $550
    It is the stainless upper and polymer lower. He says it is a single action, but I thought they were double action:confused: He has run less than 100 rounds through it, and it comes with two mags.

    Regardless what do you guys think of that price in the current market?
     
  7. Chuck Perry

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    I'd say go for it. I just bought a LNIB PM45 yesterday for a little bit more than that.
     
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    Kahr calls it "trigger cocking DAO".

    It's similar to a single action because it has no second-strike capability, but the length of the trigger stroke resembles a double action, and the weight of the trigger pull is similar to a single action.

    I paid $500 for my P45 about two years ago, and paid $500 for a PM45 about two months ago.
     
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