Ruger P90, 45ACP..value?

Ruger P90, 45ACP..value?

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    Ruger P90, 45ACP..value?

    Saw a Ruger P90, 45ACP at an upcoming auction and want our experienced buyers idea of what this gun is worth.
    assume its not N.I.B....just regular fired condition.
    anything excessive (wear, damage, etc) will of course have to be taken into account on the spot.
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    Question

    blued or stainless ?
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    The standard 2 tone alloy looking finish.
    1 mag, it looked like, and the original box.
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    I'd say around $300


    Rugers and .45ACP tend to hold their value
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    300 or low 300's was my estimate but have to ask
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    I wouldn't pay over $325... actually not over $300 personally, I'd go a little higher if I really wanted it...

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    I bought a new p97dc at gander mountain in .45acp out the door for $360.
    just food for thought.
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    Thats what i figgered .
    for 300 ya better want it, cuz new its not "that" much more.
    300 would be the max.
    but guns at auctions normally go for higher than they are worth for some reason.
    thanks all
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    Even $275 Solo - could be better. Gotta remember (like snowDoc mentioned) the price out the door can be very good for NIB.
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    Maybe up to 300 but would have to be new in box sadly rugers really have no resale value even the wheelies

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    Ugly as sin, but built like a tank. If you can get a good price as mentioned here, then go for it. I can't think of anyother $300 semi-auto in .45ACP that will treat you as well as that Ruger.
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    Ive seen them $250 plus shipping & transfer fee.. so yea, around $300

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    Used and only one mag? $300 sounds about right to me too. I agree with Trigger, they're built like tanks. Should make a good knock around, fishing or truck gun if nothing else.
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    price should be around 265.00-285.00.... about 100.00 less for a new one.....and that's at the retail used price...........Auction price would be a bit lower..
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    Quote Originally Posted by CLASS3NH
    price should be around 265.00-285.00.... about 100.00 less for a new one.....and that's at the retail used price...........Auction price would be a bit lower..
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