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Ok. Did I get a good deal or WHAT?

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by Nightwing, Dec 2, 2007.

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  1. Nightwing

    Nightwing Member

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    Got a SigPro SP2009 9mm handgun a week ago..... never been fired. New in factory box.
    $400 flat. What do ya think? Good price? Guy at the store looked up their sales cost and said it was like $689 - $749. The gun was on consignment, Guy purchased it, and then put it on consignment a few days later so he could earn money towards a collectible rifle.

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  2. Nightwing

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    Well... did I/? haha/ Bump becasue it was moved.
     
  3. Mannix

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    That's a decent deal, I've seen them going for about $425-50 lightly(95%+) used.
     
  4. david_the_greek

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    handsome looking 9mm you got yourself there.... I do believe a range report and review is in order!
     
  5. rcellis

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    They're excellent pistols - $400 sounds pretty good to me..

    Of course, ten years from now you'll still enjoy shooting it and you won't particularly care what you paid for it.
     
  6. .357 magnum

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    Awesome Deal!

    Knowing what the price should have been and would have been, I think it is a Great Deal! New in Box you cannot get anything of really good quality for 400. Sig too me is a higher end gun. The MP, which is my favorite, would cost you a little over 500 NIB. You Done Good!:D

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  7. PennsyPlinker

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    I bought a used, but never fired SP2022 (.40 S&W) last year for $479.00, so I would say you got a good deal. It was a very good gun for me to shoot, but it sort of lost its shine to .45s, and I am in the process of selling it to my future son-in-law to help pay for a Colt .45 Gold Cup. Knowing this guy, there is chance I might be able to buy it back sometime in the future. :evil:
     
  8. possum

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    sounds great to me, and the value of the gun i always say is mesured by the owner, and all the guns i own are well worth the price tag. so was that $400 out the door and if so where did you get it. thanks
     
  9. JP from Phoenix

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    I saw a certified used one of those for 400 in my favorite shop, almost got it too. it was mint its priobably still there too
     
  10. SouthpawShootr

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    Yes, good deal. That's what I bought my SP2009 for NIB back in the '90s during the ban. Of course I got neutered mags as well. I thought the gun was a decent carry gun at the time but a lacking in the size to firepower ratio. That was remedied when the ban expired. A dealer I knew had 15 rounders ready and waiting for my the morning after the ban expired. It's a great gun. Enjoy it.
     
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