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Old 02-18-2013, 01:15 AM   #11
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I personally wouldn't pay more than $100.00 for it, which would be about $25.00 too much.

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Old 02-18-2013, 02:42 AM   #12
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I personally wouldn't pay more than $100.00 for it, which would be about $25.00 too much.
Really? Come on man, this isn't a Jennings. Even they get $100 for their junk!
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Old 02-18-2013, 04:09 AM   #13
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It's clearly a solid piece. It's actually probably better than newer charter arms... the old charter arms may beat it out...

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i have one in much rougher shape than yours (still a good shooter though) that i paid $50 for a couple years ago, just saw one in similar condition a couple months ago sell for $100. if you list it local do like you said, start higher than you want & accept the best offer.

these guns get looked down on because they aren't a colt or S&W, and it's "only" a 32. make no mistake, H&R made some good reasonably priced handguns. a couple companies make some nice wadcutters & even JHP in 32 long for suprisingly cheap. i would not think twice about carrying mine.

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I actually have a guy offering me $135 already. I think i'm gonna hold out for $150 though, as the owner wants a certain amount for them all, and if I hit that amount early on it was agreed that I could take my pick of the ones left.

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I really like that frame style. S&W 64, Charter Arms Undercover, Armscore M206, etc.

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You know, honestly, it's not a bad looking little revolver. And it's like brand new so the action is crisp and all parts are tight. It'll make someone a great little handgun.

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Well after several emails the first 48 hours I haven't had a single inquiry since. I listed it for $150 thinking someone would offer me $100 but I guess not. Hell, for $100 I may just keep the dam thing for myself.

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So today I got a meeting setup for Sat morning for a guy who wants to buy the little H&R, I'll almost be sad to see it go

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Sold it this morning. A high school athletics coach bought it for his wife and him to play around at the range with. Really nice guy he was (I remember coaches being somewhat of a group of a$$holes back in the day.....) He also bought the Mossberg 835 shotgun. And with those two sold, I met the price point that the owner wanted. I can keep the rest or sell them off for the cash. I think I may keep a couple and sell the rest.

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