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Is $325 a good price for a PPS Classic in Good to Very Good condition?

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I was at the LGS and saw a 9mm PPS classic on sale. No box or papers, two mags.

I'd estimate condition at 80-90%.
Its clearly used and while it retains almost all of its finish there are numerous light surface scratches on the slide and polymer. No rust, pitting or what I'd describe as deep gouges. Appears to have been shot 'some'.


I don't have any pictures, but I'd describe the condition as appreciably better than this example below. (Which I'd describe as probably being 60-80%)

 

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A good deal if the pistol is indeed rated at 90%. With that said though, I would ask the dealer if they could allow a disassembly for inspection. if you prefer a 100% condition original PPS: two sources, Earls, and Classic Firearms.
 

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I think $325 sounds pretty good for a used PPS. If you negotiate maybe they'll even knock the price down some.
 

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You have a big advantage: You were looking at a decently priced PPS and you can test the trigger and check out the inside. This is much better than buying on gun broker.
 
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