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Old 02-17-2013, 08:56 PM   #11
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Well, like I said, I'd like to have one. Figure out a dollar amount and we'll see if we can talk.

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Old 02-17-2013, 09:21 PM   #12
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Well, like I said, I'd like to have one. Figure out a dollar amount and we'll see if we can talk.
I'll do it. I'm trying to get all the info worked out. I want to be fair to both the owner I'm selling it for, and to the buyer who purchases it. I have several feelers out looking for information along with myself cruising the net searching for "concrete truth" rather than speculations. As soon as I know the whole story, I'll hit you up with a PM.

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So after talking to some fellas on the black powder forums, and an old timer at the range today we determined it was made in 1962. It is one of the earliest models made by Uberti and is of the finest quality reproductions out there. They also came to a consensus that there really isn't that much of a collectible market it, other than just Uberti fanatics. They all also agreed it's worth between $250-$300 depending on the buyer, saying that the re-enactment crowd would likely pay the most. So, I think I did enough due diligence to make sure the seller gets his fair shake, and the buyer gets a good gun for a good price. I don't want either to get the shaft, which is why I searched all those forums and talked to folks about it. Trip, I sent you a PM

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Old 02-19-2013, 04:26 AM   #14
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If anyone is interested in purchasing it, shoot me a PM. I'll let it go for $225 shipped to your door within 5 business days short of a catastrophy.

PM Me if you wan't to talk more about it.

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