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Hello,

I'm a newbie in the forum and I would like to get some info on this model

I inherited a H&R MOD HK4 100th Anniversary edition in decent shape. The gun itself has been in storage for 20 years, has been used for only a couple of times, and is complete.

What would be a fair price for it?
 

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if its complete, in a locking wood box, red velvet lined, with the matching 22 cal conversion kit, screw driver, paper work just like this(mine)



price could be $500-800, just depends

If just the gun(380) then $350-450
 

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I just picked up one of these today NIB and I was curious how many people on here have these. When I picked miine up a few of the people in the shop were sort of stunned by it and said they have never even heard of these let alone see one. I know its an old thread but these are not talked about to much on here.
 

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were suppose to be 500 of them made, but dont think that many were actaully made, prolly why you see the gold triggers on some normal HK4s in the early 70's
 

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You know you have a pimp gun when the triggers gold and it sleeps in purple velvet.;)
 

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I have owned three of these including the '100th' version and the Bund version.

Prefer the bund version. They sell from 300-500 round these parts.

I bought the '100' in a Pawn shop for $150 in as new shape about three or four years ago.
 
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