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M&P45

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by aupfeil, Aug 17, 2012.

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  1. aupfeil

    aupfeil Member

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    I'm looking at a used M&P45 full size in great shape with 3 magazines at a local pawn shop. Wondering if $430 sounds like a good deal. Thanks for your help. If it is I may get it tomorrow
     
  2. Skylerbone

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    Paid a bit less than that for a used 9c a few years back with just 2 magazines. Ask for another $25 off and see how it goes but the price seems reasonable to me.
     
  3. zebco

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    A new M&P will cost more in .45 than 9mm or .40. I've been seeing used M&Ps in 9mm going for around $400 in my area, so the $430 may not be a bad price if it's in good shape and with the extra mag.
     
  4. Smith357

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    That price is in the ballpark, while not a killer deal it's not stupid high either. If you want it go for it, if you wait just remember the longer you wait the less your dollar can buy.
     
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    I tentatively had my fullsize M&P45 for sale yesterday and a friend of my wife snatched it up at $525 on part trade/payment plan. For some reason, M&P45s are just not available in my local area right now (CA) ... maybe it reflects their popularity?

    Perhaps you could make the shop an offer like $400 and see if they would meet you around $410-420 mumbling something like the "... bad economy and money is tight ..." ;)
     
  6. CommanderCrusty

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    If you want the gun and have the mony, just buy it.
     
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    The price sounds fair and it is a great gun to own. IMHO

    :cool:
     
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    Sounds fair, had one and loved it.
     
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