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I have no idea!
P95 are pretty good to carry, they are 27 oz., P85 are 38 oz.
I bought 95 for 249, they usually go for around 300.
 

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I sold the 95 and kept the 85, no idea why but I like the 85 better

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The P95 is even more of an orphan than the older P85/89 series of guns. There are now very few available replacement parts for the P95 including recoil springs that are unobtanium. The 85/89 guns still have most parts available.
 

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not sure where you are seeing these prices but in my experience they are roughly the same across the board, based on condition ...
 

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When considering the sale price of a used firearm, a multitude of factors can come into play. Certainly, the model and brand of firearm is important, but so too is condition, availability, geographics, the reputation of the firearm, and so on.

Bottom line is this: anything is only worth what someone is willing to pay for it.

I got my beat-up, old, ugly but reliable P85 for what I considered a reasonable price of around $250. I probably paid way too much for my pristine and beautiful Ruger Speed Six 9mm.

Regardless, in both cases, each firearm was worth what I was willing to pay.
 
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