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Old 01-28-2013, 06:28 PM   #21
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Actually it was 251.
Hahaha ill give him $301 then
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301 and I would let you hold it

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Old 01-28-2013, 06:48 PM   #23
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301 and I would let you hold it
Lol well played kentucky. Well played. But really, holding onto it for its sentimental value is a smart move. Youd regret it forever if you sold it. Also, look into getting that insured if you have homeowners insurance.
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Yea that's why it don't bother me that its been shot and is still shot when all the family comes together

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Good plan. Just try to keep from shooting it. Keep it oiled and dry. Don't smother it in a case or gun rug.

And most importantly, don't let anyone try to tell you it's not that valuable. It is!

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It is shot less then twice a year and always spotless

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New to the forum and just wanted to know. Family guns are not valued in my eyes they are sacred, never to be sold just passed down.
I stand corrected
I looked in my 2009 book and didn't find much of anything about a Python in 38 spl other than this

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Python .38 Special
This is an 8" barreled Python chambered for the .38 Special
only. It was a limited-production venture that was not a success.
It was offered in blue only.
Exc. V.G. Good Fair Poor
750 600 475 300 225
This is obviously not the case with yours so this isn't much use...
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I paid $1200 for this beauty in .357 mag 5 years ago.

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I know its not the same as yours, but an actual price was negotiated by buyer and seller at that price....it was my market price.

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