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I'm surprised to hear about getting the blister. I've shot the P99 for quite a bit and have not encountered anything like that with it. Is there a rough spot on the frame? I used to have a Glock that had a seam line on the bottom of its triggerguard that would wear on my middle finger. Through use and modeler's sandpaper (the really fine stuff you'd use for figures) I was able to eliminate it.

If you're willing to wait for the right buyer, I think $450 would be the highest price you could expect from any used Walther P99 that was well maintained and had between 100-1000 rounds through it. I've been watching one on gunbroker not sell for the past month. I think if you put it on GunsAmerica at $425 (plus shipping) it should move quickly. -This only pertains to private transfers. If you're selling to a gun store, figure on not getting anything above $325.

When selling guns online, it's really about patience. No matter what I've listed there's always some jackal who emails me with an offer that is $50 to $100 below market price and acts like he's doing me the favor. I'm sure there are quite a few people who would be happy to take it off your hands for $350.

The holster is definitely a bonus, but a lot of people won't give you what it's worth when you're selling it with the gun. The bid typically only goes up by $10 to $20 unless you're talking about high-end leather (or antique leather). Even then, most buyers aren't savvy enough to know the difference between high-end leather and something that's middle of the road. I know your holster is not leather. You might want to consider selling the holster separately to maximize your return.

If you want to contact me in a PM, I may know someone who would be interested in the holster. (He has a Fobus that he hates.)
 

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A used Glock 26 / 27 in similar condition is going to be around $400. You might want to stop by the Glock forum below and leave a post or respond to a post.

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-Unfortunately, that board isn't managed well. Sometimes it takes a while to register and have posting rights.

Regarding the holster, do whatever you feel comfortable doing. It's just one of those things where a lot of buyers aren't interested in paying extra for the extras. -I talked with my friend and he said he wants OWB not IWB, so he's a pass.

If you find the camera and take pictures, I'd be interested in seeing your grip. The recessed area on the grip for the thumb is pretty wide. Are you resting your thumb on the high-point on the frame, right behind the mag release?
 
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