First off, I've always wanted a USP. But wasnt always in my price range. Quality costs. When I saw an add for police trade ins at what seemed to be a very good deal, I bit on one. The internals look to be almost new, slide has just a little holster wear. The slide is in very good condition overall. Not bad for a gun marked as made in 1994. I like the look. Now the frame...one side of the grip looks and feels like it was lightly used. But the other side looks like it was dragged with a rope behind a Mazda for a few miles. The stippling is smooth on that side. The frame I'd say is in fair condition. Barrel is scratched up quite a bit, not that big of a deal, expected. Bore looks brand new. The magazines are marked for law enforcement only. The springs seem fine, followers are well used. Seems like they would still work fine. The polymer magazines were beat up pretty good, received 3. All serial numbers match. The owner said these were in very good condition when I asked, not quite I'd say. Paid $475 and probably won't ever get close to that if I had to sell it. Maybe I just got one of the less than stellar ones. But I did get a gun I've always wanted and that makes me happy. Since this gun is over 20 years old, should anything be replaced, recoil springs etc? Thanks for any input!
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