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Old 02-04-2013, 12:30 AM   #1
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Ok this revolver is being sold by a guy in town for 160 and all I know so far is that its a 32 s&w caliber and chrome plated any ideas what it is and is it worth the price
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Old 02-04-2013, 12:36 AM   #2
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If that's what I think it is, It's worth closer to $20. That's just to buy it to get it off the street. A prime specimen for a "gun buy back program".
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And what do you think it is
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And what do you think it is
Looks like a German-made RG. And that doesn't mean rocket-grenade. It is was is typically called a "Saturday-night special" Not known to be of quality or endurance. You can do better, keep looking, pass this one up
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Thank you very much
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It's actually a US made Clerke .32. Still not worth much.
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Looks like a German-made RG. And that doesn't mean rocket-grenade. It is was is typically called a "Saturday-night special" Not known to be of quality or endurance. You can do better, keep looking, pass this one up
This ^^^ Is what I thought it was. I've seen one in person. A friend bought it just to get it away from the owner. Dern thing felt like it was made of plastic. Almost no cylinder lock up at all, yet still shot.
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