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Thanks to extremist's alert on this "never been fired" P99 2000 Commemorative, date code KK (99), I was able to make an amiable trade with the previous owner...



It will remain "unfired" as I have another one I can and do shoot... I love these beautifully designed pistols!

Thanks again extremist!
 

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Congrats.


Ya never know - it may be worth something (significantly) one of these days.

I wish I could have bought a Beretta Billenium when they came out. They have damn near doubled in price if unfired.
 

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It will be a bad omen if this one gets fired in my lifetime. It would mean that something happened to my "shooters"...
 

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Thanks ShipWreck... I know what you mean... That old 20/20 hind sight... I have a Langdon P220 Sig that I've shot several times... Little did I know when I gought it that Sig and Langdon where about to have a falling out and Sig would quit making them...
"Missed it by this much!"
 

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The reason I don't even look at gun like those.....
Don't get me wrong those are nice sweet pistols to look at... but I just will not own something I won't shoot
That is one reason I bought (still on layaway since funds are short) a PP .22lr that is finish wise not a winner... but other than that is in excelent condition..... refinish it .. and shoot it to enjoy what it was ment for...

** PS...... congrats on the P99.... it sure looks great... and now you just need to get a MI-6 to get this one some company
 

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I agree with Uncut. I picked up a PSL about a year ago for $650 with a 4x scope. It's a parts kit rifle and was basically so new that it came with a tag attached telling me to get the headspace checked before firing it. It's already jumped to $800, but I've also put a good 400 rounds through it. I love the way it shoots almost as much as the attention my "sniper rifle" gets at the range. It's destined to be very collectable but I intend to enjoy it and refinish it in the long run, and then enjoy it some more.

Hal, congrats on the new gun, she's a beauty.
 

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Glad I could help, it's a beautiful pistol.

James
 
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