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Unread 10-23-2019, 10:10 AM   #171
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When trying to make a profit reselling guns purchased retail from Earl you need to expect an exhaustively time consuming process. As DUA said the best way is to take a couple of years to do it.
Thanks for the advice, but I'll give the group sale a while. I'm not in a tremendous hurry. I think the price for this collection is very fair. The last single unit I saw on GB was more than 2 years ago and it went for just over $4300. Standard commercial P5Cs are now regularly going for more than $2K. IMO, these absolutely are (will be) $5K guns. Look at what prices have done on other decidedly less-rare specimens like P38Ks, PP Super 380s, not to mention HKs like the entire P7 family.
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There's another NIB Cat 1062 P5 on the market.....

https://www.gunbroker.com/item/845367385

Not a 9Para/7.65Para twin barrel package, just the 7.65Para (30 Luger).

The 93 grain/1200 fps 30 Luger ammo makes for a softer/flatter shooting P5. I own a GB purchased 7.65 Para P5 barrel that gets swapped onto my used DeutscheBank P5 w/stock 9mm Para recoil springs, cycles great. This keeps my NIB P5 "safe queen" Cat 1062 twin barrel package from being used.
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The federal law applies only to licensed importers and manufacturers, and does not require the retention of ANY markings (except the serial number) by a dealer or an end user.

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I imported a Sig P-210-4 from Switzerland more then a few years ago. The importer I used, MMBI in Maryland gets the award for best "Importer markings". Engraved on the mag well these marks are the BATFE legal minimum size and depth required by law!

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