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Reasonable price for Kel-Tec Sub-9

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by ephraimf, Jul 15, 2010.

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  1. ephraimf

    ephraimf Member

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    What is a reasonable price for a Kel-Tec Sub-9 in very good condition?
     
  2. ephraimf

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    Still looking for a reasonable price for a Kel-Tec sub-9 (not the sub-2000) :confused:
     
  3. mgkdrgn

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    prolly 'cause KelTek is soooo good at producing enough to satisfy demand for their products ...
     
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    Probably about the same as a sub-2000
     
  6. Speedo66

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    The all metal Sub-9 is a collectable, and usually goes for more than a Sub2K.

    Used Sub2K's recently have been going for $900 in this inflamed market.
     
  7. carbine85

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    Worth - Probably no more than $400-$450.
    Going for - I've seen them at $700.
    I would wait until the supply lines improve. AR's, AK's, SKS's have dropped lock a rock. I feel sorry for all those guys that over paid.
     
  8. mgkdrgn

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    the "supply likes" for KelTec's never improve as there is no "supply"
     
  9. Panzercat

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    This. Don't confuse a sub9 for a sub2k. Even with gouging, the price is vastly different.
     
  10. JShirley

    JShirley Administrator Staff Member

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    I had a Sub-9. The trigger is considerably better than the Sub2000, and SRP has always been higher.

    John
     
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