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I was wondering what a fair price would be for a P99QA 40 cal. I have a AS, so now I want to sell my QA. I took it to two gun shops in my area. One offered $289 and the other offered $300. Quick description of weapon is that it is date coded AF with less than 300rds through it. It has Walther's derma grip and Meprolight night sights installed with factory sights in box. With all accessories that came new in the box plus a spare guide rod. I also had two holsters with it. It just breaks my heart to think that is what it is worth!! pics links below of condition.
http://i83.photobucket.com/albums/j313/Seuss95b/Picture101.jpg?t=1196391507
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Is this a fair price or is it correct for me to expect at least 450? any suggestions would be helpful! thanks...Oh this is my first post though I have been watching this site for a long time and appreciate the info on this site.
 

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Normally I would expect this to bring much more than 450, but I think it is a buyers market right now. A good place to look and get price ideas is gunbroker.com. At least you can see what people are asking, but keep in mind what they are asking and what they are getting may be two different things. You have all the original stuff and goodies you added to it will make it more marketable. It just depends how fast you want to sell it. Personally (interested buyers may not like this) I would start it at the price you paid for it and add all the extras and holster for free to help it sell. Just keep in mind what a person could pay for a NIB one today minus all of you extras.
 
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