I’ve got a line on one of these,
Seems like a pretty good deal, about a grand give or take a C note. The current owner says it has about 50 rounds through it, I know these folks really well so I’ll take their word for it. It’s a SWEET gun for sure. But I’m a little hesitant. I don’t compete and I’m not really interested in shooting for score target shooting. So I have to ask, do I pick it up because it’s a good deal and sit on it for my grandbabies?
That is a great deal for a Staccato.
If you find yourself sitting on it for the GBs add a thousand round mix and extra mags.
It is a great deal. I prefer a 9mm for staccato because 9mm you can find anywhere. I have two Staccato a C2 and P. Both are 9mm. Both are fine tools
You could always pick it up at that price and turn it over for a profit
Yea, I thought about that as well. I’m thinking I’ll grab it and see if, with a little better tool, I can get interested in competition.
You need to define “good deal”.
Staccato in caliber 40 has a historical value right now. They dropped that caliber some time ago and hard to tell if it ever comes back.
This particular model is a competition one, so it’s up to you if you find a usage for it. It’s really great to shoot Staccato, but as the range toy it is little high priced.
I missed “grand” part - 1/3 of original price… really great deal… but still if you need something to enjoy shooting for that price…
For that price, I would definitely pick it up. I have an STI (before they were Staccato) and love it! I shoot 3 gun competitions and will be competing in the Tactical Games with it. I also have a CMP Nationals win under my belt! If you end up not wanting it I would be happy to give it a good home! : P
Buy it I’ll give you 4c notes over your purchase price of 1000 and pay shipping. STI still smells As sweet As staccato.
My two Staccatos… Both are in my rotation for EDC
I so want to counter with a better price. But @Craig9 had the idea before me.