I'm looking at a colt .22 peacemaker, I would say it is in 96% condition, fired next to never, it has a case colored frame and a six inch barrel. It also comes with the original box. Does anyone have an idea of a value for this?
One in the box 98% sold at the LGS for $550. These were not the best guns Colt ever made. I had a couple over the years and would not buy another as a shooter. They had very soft sears which wear out way to fast. There are a number of nice .22 SAs on the market today which are better than these 50 year old revolvers.
I have a nice older Peacemaker 4 1/2" 22 with both cylinders---I shoot it from time to time---I don't consider it a "heavy use" gun like say, a Ruger Single-Six---but just a nice older plinkin' pistol with a good dose of soul.