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What should I sell my P7M10 for?

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by Click Click Boom, Sep 10, 2008.

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  1. Click Click Boom

    Click Click Boom Member

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    I have a LNIB H&K P7M10 Blued Gun.(Im not the first owner but the gun is 95-98% w/box ect.)

    What Should I be asking for this pistol? I have seen them sold recently from $2400-$3300? Whats a decent/fair price for the buyer and seller?
     
  2. Bob R

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    If you were asking me, I would say about a buck fifty and have the cash ready! ;)

    Your best bet is to search all of the auction sites, gun sites as needed, and trust your gut feeling.

    Just remember, it is a lot easier to take less than asking than it is to get more than asking.:)

    I know, this didn't even begin to answer your question, did it?

    bob
     
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    I agree with Quiet. Take a look at those two websites along with Gunbroker.com and the other auction sites. You should come up with a decent idea of what to sell it for. Probably somewhere between $2500 and $3500 (the prospective buyer pool for that weapon will be fairly small.)

    The P7s just keep going up in price, regardless of the specific model. Wish I could afford a M10, but I think my next purchase will be the M13. Not cheap either. Got my P7s for about $650 each and my P7M8s for about $1000 each. Hoping to find a nice M13 for under $1500. Probably the only P7 rarer than the M10 is the K3 and I just saw one of those go for just over $3K. Good luck!
     
  5. usp9

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    Click Click Boom,

    In case you were unaware... Gunbroker has an advanced smart search function at the top of the page. Here you can put in different perameters to narrow the search. Using this you can see actual bids, sales and prices without the clutter of non-sales.
     
  6. Mike OTDP

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    It would be interesting to see what I could sell my .22LR K3 for.

    Yes, I said .22LR. Not a conversion.
     
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