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Everyone I need some advice. The dealer in my area has a .40 cal USP compact for sale. Asking price is $550. The gun looks to be in good condition, comes with 2 10-round magazines and a HK case. No manual or accessories. The Date code on the left side is AC which if I'm correct indicates a production date of 2002. Is that too old to purchase? Should I be getting more of a discount due to the guns age? Let me know, any advice would be greatly appreciated. BTW I already put down 100 bucks to hold the gun until I get you guy's advice! Thanks.
 
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Was just anxious is all cripplepidgeon! Thanks for the reply. Hey also are there any differences in the types of barrels used in the USP after certain manufacture dates? I seem to remember reading about polygnal barrels or something like that? I have been seeing in this forum .40cal compact USP's for around $600 which is only $50 less than the asking price at this dealer and those come with 12 round magazines. So 2002 is not considered an "old" gun. And how much of a depreciation is there on a 5 going on 6year old HK compact? The brand new list price is $729 right now.
 

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I paid $500 on a 15 year old USP if that makes any difference, It runs just fine. Guns don't exactly "age" they get abused.
 

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did you have to post in two forums?...

the gun really isn't THAT old. I think you're probably getting a pretty good deal as it is.
he sure did. I just replied on the other one. I though I was the first to answer:confused:

ahh, oh well. I will sit here, salavate and torture myself until I'm over it.
 
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