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Old 01-03-2012, 11:24 PM   #1
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What is a 1967 Mint Colt Python 4 Inch Royal Blue worth?

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Old 01-03-2012, 11:27 PM   #2
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Depends on where you live and the condition.

If it truly is mint, in my area it could go for $800-$1200.

That's assuming your talking about private party sale value.

Collector value, someone else would have to help you with.

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Nicholas,

I would say easily anywhere from $1000 to $1500 from most anywhere.
If you want a real shock go check out Gunbroker.com
Of course some there think they own a Gold Mine!

I suppose you are going to tell us you can get one for a super deal? If so, we will bite! How Much are you going to STEAL IT FOR! Oh I'm sorry! BUY IT FOR!

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Thanks for the responses everyone..He wants $1500.00 as it is very nice condition I would say 99% with all the paperwork and box ( in New condition ). I think I will take a chance as older models do not come up for sale very often. Unless one of you gents have one in a safe somewhere..Thanks again gents..

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Not exactly a bargain, but pretty much what the gun is worth. I'd say buy it since he has the box and paperwork.

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Or try to bargain a bit. Bring cash, told him you checked around and you are willing to give him $1,200 on the spot. He may jump at it. Worth a shot.

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Or try to bargain a bit. Bring cash, told him you checked around and you are willing to give him $1,200 on the spot. He may jump at it. Worth a shot.
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$1500 is definitely at the high end. Though it does seem that prices have spiked lately.
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I would give $1500 if I had the money for it, but definitely try to bargain a bit, might as well get the best price you can.

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Thanks for all your help Gents..

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Dude don't leave us hanging. Did you get it or not?

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