Going Rate for a used P3AT Blued, 300 rnds on it?

Discussion in 'P-3AT' started by lagerbrewer, Mar 19, 2010.

  1. lagerbrewer

    lagerbrewer New Member

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    Dec 20, 2007
    Hey I see lots of new pricing on the forum but not a lot of used. What is a flawless blued P3AT 2nd gen extractor with about 300 rnds on it worth if I put it in the trading post? 2 mags, (1 with +1), and all original packaging too.

    Thanks
     
  2. tomwalshco

    tomwalshco New Member

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  3. Possumgravy

    Possumgravy Guest

    Re: Going Rate for a used P3AT Blued, 300 rnds on

    At first I was thinking $225 was a bit much. Now, after considering the cost of ammo to break it in, which you have already done, $225 would seem reasonable to me.
     
  4. lagerbrewer

    lagerbrewer New Member

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    Dec 20, 2007
    Re: Going Rate for a used P3AT Blued, 300 rnds on

    Thanks guys, I appreciate it.
     
  5. cls12vg30

    cls12vg30 New Member

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    Feb 14, 2005
    Re: Going Rate for a used P3AT Blued, 300 rnds on

    I just paid $290 for a NIB black/HC P3-AT at a local gun show. The cash price was $280, but I worked a trade which netted $375, so I got the P3-AT and about $60 cash in return for a 1st-gen black/HC P32 and a chromed Llama MicroMax .380 that I had no use for.
     
  6. TxCajun

    TxCajun Administrator Staff Member Supporter

    Sep 7, 2004
    Texas
    Re: Going Rate for a used P3AT Blued, 300 rnds on

    Assuming a blued gun, in a FTF deal, $225 would be OK.  However, when you add shipping and an FFL transfer fee, in most cases, you'd be at or above the price of a new gun + a spare mag bought locally.   :-/
     
  7. lagerbrewer

    lagerbrewer New Member

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    Re: Going Rate for a used P3AT Blued, 300 rnds on

    That's a good point.
     
  8. Emack76

    Emack76 New Member

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    Jan 20, 2010
    Re: Going Rate for a used P3AT Blued, 300 rnds on

    Yep, if you mean that this pistol has 300 rounds through it w/ no FTF/FTE ("flawless")... then yes! I have a high value for perfect function!
     
  9. lagerbrewer

    lagerbrewer New Member

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    Dec 20, 2007
    Re: Going Rate for a used P3AT Blued, 300 rnds on

    Yea the gun has been absolutely perfect without any malfunctions.

    I don't know if I am going to sell it or not. I ordered a new S&W Bodyguard 380 which I'm gonna try. I don't think I could bear to get rid of my beloved P3AT though. Might keep it.
     
  10. NAS_T_MAG

    NAS_T_MAG New Member

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    Mar 5, 2008
    Re: Going Rate for a used P3AT Blued, 300 rnds on

    Based on my calculations, the value would be $215. I have one and wouldn't sell it. I'm also into .380's. I recently bought a Taurus 738 and this week ordered the S&W Bodyguard. It does help that I have over 1000 rounds of .380 ammo!
     
  11. stashbox

    stashbox New Member

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    Mar 22, 2010
    Re: Going Rate for a used P3AT Blued, 300 rnds on

    I like to use this breakdown for kel-tecs, assuming some accessories are included, and the gun is in great condition, p-32 $200, p3at $225, kel-tec 9 $250
     
  12. dgodfrey

    dgodfrey New Member

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    Jan 14, 2010
    Re: Going Rate for a used P3AT Blued, 300 rnds on

    I bougt a brand new one this morning for $259. Maybe this will help.
     
  13. River_Pirate

    River_Pirate New Member

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    Mar 30, 2010
    Re: Going Rate for a used P3AT Blued, 300 rnds on

    I bought a blued P3AT Gen1 last week for $225 FTF (Oregon). It only had +/- 40rds through it. Came with a 2 mags and a zip up pocket holster thingy.
     
  14. mhiland

    mhiland New Member

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    Nov 25, 2008
    Re: Going Rate for a used P3AT Blued, 300 rnds on

    FWIW if it zips up, it's not a "holster thingy" it's a "case thingy." Just don't go carrying it around in your pocket zipped up in the case. Might make it a bit hard to draw thataway. ;)