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Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by Snookassassin, Mar 29, 2009.

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  1. Snookassassin

    Snookassassin Member

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    Thinking of selling this rifle.
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    HK model 94, 9mm, collapsable stock, excellent cond. What's it worth?
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  2. grnberetcj

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    Eradicate the S/N's, sell the gun in a major metro city where it'll be worth approx. 5 times the amount that honest folks would pay.

    If you have a paper trail.....forget about it!!

    Curt
     
  3. stokinpls

    stokinpls Well-Known Member

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    Here's a place to start. Back when I had my FFL, you could by 91s, 93s and 94s direct from HK for $400 each for a while. I didn't have the money then either. Good luck.
     
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    grnberetcj, I imagine you were kidding around, but consider: "I have met the enemy it is us."

    Your comment might be taken for real; why give the antis fuel?
     
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    Ah...so much for satire...no wonder we have such a perceived problem with the current handicap system...

    Curt
     
  6. Snookassassin

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    Thanks for the feedback guys. I do know a little bit about the gun but sounds like ccw1911 is very familiar with these firearms.
    It is a real HK and nothing has been altered. I bought it many years ago from a good friend who was a Michigan state trooper. I do have a local police officer that is interested in this gun, he also seems to know a lot about this type of firearm. I would rather sell to LEO than sell in da hood.

    Snookassassin, AKA Clif Adams
     
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    Here is a question just dying to be asked, suppose you could sell the HK to a 'good guy' that you know for $600 but you also have this character with lots o' tattoos that shows up in a low rider filled with similar characters and he is willing to pay 2 grand all in clean $100 bills. What do you do now?
     
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    You just described my best friend.
    Clif Adams
     
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    That's why I never have been able to buy one; I only had cash!
     
  10. Snookassassin

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    Hey guys, thanks for the feedback. Gun is sold. I sold it to the cop.
    Thanks again,

    Snookassassin, Clif Adams
     
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