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    Default Hk p9s pistol at centerfire systems

    They just sent me a add HK P9S for
    399.00 it said 10+ in stock..

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    They don't say anything about condition. I'm tempted though.

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    The condition is pretty rough. They should have made their way across my workbench before being offered for sale.
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    I wonder where they came from?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nehalemguy View Post
    I wonder where they came from?

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    Malaysia

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marine0303 View Post
    The condition is pretty rough. They should have made their way across my workbench before being offered for sale.
    But are they worth the money?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aiden528 View Post
    But are they worth the money?
    If you want a "rode hard and put away wet" P9S, then yes. I have a customer sending one for service, so I'll see how bad off they are soon.

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    All gone now ..

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    Mine came in today.
    Externally it was rough, but the internals were astonishing. It looks like it was barely fired. The bore was bright and shiny, too.
    I have the feeling they were carried in a humid environment and didn’t see a lot of oil but were rarely shot.

    1) We need to get someone to produce P9S buffers domestically.

    2) Here is a comparison photo of the Malaysian recoil spring that came with my pistol next to a HKParts “German factory” P9S recoil spring for a 9mm
    P9S.

    3) Mine had very light pitting only on the rear of the slide. I did a very little wet sanding with 220 grit to clean it up before I refinish the slide.


    Edit: Can I upload photos here to HKPro from my computer?

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    Quote Originally Posted by CGuns1 View Post
    Mine came in today.
    Externally it was rough, but the internals were astonishing. It looks like it was barely fired. The bore was bright and shiny, too.
    I have the feeling they were carried in a humid environment and didn’t see a lot of oil but were rarely shot.

    1) We need to get someone to produce P9S buffers domestically.

    2) Here is a comparison photo of the Malaysian recoil spring that came with my pistol next to a HKParts “German factory” P9S recoil spring for a 9mm
    P9S.

    3) Mine had very light pitting only on the rear of the slide. I did a very little wet sanding with 220 grit to clean it up before I refinish the slide.


    Edit: Can I upload photos here to HKPro from my computer?
    Yes.......
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