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Old 02-16-2013, 10:57 PM   #1
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I realize that this gun is relatively low in respect to value, but I thought I'd ask you guys what you think it's worth. It's part of a collection I am liquidating for a friend. If it's been fired, it wasn't much.


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Old 02-16-2013, 11:13 PM   #2
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I would give $75-80 for it. If its in shooting shape.

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I would give $75-80 for it. If its in shooting shape.
It's definitely 98% or better. I'm not sure if it was ever fired, but if it was it wasn't many rounds. Only thing is, the one guy who knows is dead.
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It's definitely 98% or better. I'm not sure if it was ever fired, but if it was it wasn't many rounds. Only thing is, the one guy who knows is dead.
I guess you would still have to sell it under as fired condition. I like the little devil. If I was I. Your state I would probably come buy it.
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You could likely get $125 or so for it.

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While not a high $$$ gun, it IS .32 Long- they seem to bring aroind $150-$175 in that condition (completed sales on Gunbroker) Frankly, surprised me.

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While not a high $$$ gun, it IS .32 Long- they seem to bring aroind $150-$175 in that condition (completed sales on Gunbroker) Frankly, surprised me.
I saw that as well. I think I may just list it locally for $200 and take about $150 for it. Given the market for handguns is absurd currently, may as well maximize the income. I've got to decode the serial and get manufacturer dates and what not still.
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I would say it's easily worth $150. If I owned it , I would find a longer barrel and install it my self.\
It seems Numrich has a 6" barrel for $30.25.

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I like it. I'd own one.

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I've actually had like 5 emails on it today. I just listed it late last night on Armslist.

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