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Old 11-01-2011, 12:30 AM   #1
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Default Whats a good price for a used H&K USP?

I know i know, all i mainly talk about is Glocks but after i getta G30 and maybe a G36, i may want to venture out a bit(gotta G23 now). I am interested in the H&K USP compact either .40 or .45. I prefer new but $900 bucks is bit of a turn off.

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I know i know, all i mainly talk about is Glocks but after i getta G30 and maybe a G36, i may want to venture out a bit(gotta G23 now). I am interested in the H&K USP compact either .40 or .45. I prefer new but $900 bucks is bit of a turn off.
No such thing a a cheap HK. They cost a fair amount and hold their value very well. If you can find one in good shape in the $700-800 you are doing really well unless you find a distressed buyer. Unfurtunately HK buyers do not tend to be distressed.

While you are at it try the HK P2000. The replaceable backstrap on the grip make it a very adaptable firearm that fits a wide range of hands and it's the same size as the USP Compact (actually uses the same mags).
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Wow really? Guess i should think about a new one then at that price.

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I have a hk usp and its a great shooting firearm actually one of my favorites and it was like 829 new or something like that. But i would def suggest purchasing one

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No such thing a a cheap HK. They cost a fair amount and hold their value very well. If you can find one in good shape in the $700-800 you are doing really well....
whoa.


I bought my usp 9 for $726 brand new. No chance I'd pay $7-800 for a used gun.

Used guns are around $550.

CDNN investments has HK usp 45c ss onsale for $799 right now.

We also have a NIB 45C SS for sale @$750 on our local forum
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What kind of website was that?? This is a gun forum not cell phones and gadget sh*t

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What kind of website was that?? This is a gun forum not cell phones and gadget sh*t
Do we have another troll?
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I'm a hardcore Glock guy, but have owned a few HK's. I would highly recommend checking out www.budsgunshop.com

They sell new and used at some of the best prices I've seen. I picked up a USP 40 with Tru-Dots for $600. 95% condition.

Also if you're a LEO they have discounts that are outstanding. New Glocks are $396 and they provide LE discounts for HK as well.

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