.357 colt python value?

Discussion in 'Revolver Handguns' started by caseytate2007, Sep 3, 2011.

  1. caseytate2007

    caseytate2007 New Member

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    4" nickel, above average condition but not quite mint?
     
  2. Mark F

    Mark F New Member Supporter

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    Sight un-seen...

    $500.00 to 800.00
     

  3. lonyaeger

    lonyaeger New Member

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    Here's a Gunbroker listing for a BLUED Python, quite a bit more than $500-800. The nickel finish usually commands a little more.

    Colt Python Blue Four Inch : Revolvers at GunBroker.com

    But, like the man said, condition is everything. There's a very wide gap between "above average" and "not quite mint."
     
  4. OC357

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    I was offered $1,200 for this one. Not nickel, and a little holster-worn but no nicks and better grips for a shooter. (mine is not for sale)

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    Nickel might be a little more.

    OC
     
  5. lonyaeger

    lonyaeger New Member

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    This one went for a little under $2K.

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  6. Jay

    Jay New Member

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    I turned down $1200 for this one.... no, it's not for sale.......

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  7. OC357

    OC357 New Member

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    Ahhhhhh....."Python Porn"......:D

    OC
     
  8. Wambli

    Wambli New Member

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    Unless it's a turd parts gun or has been abused or worn out almost any Python in reasonable condition will bring over $1,000 nowadays.
     
  9. masterPsmith

    masterPsmith New Member

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    Post a couple good photos for a better response if you can...
    You also might want to introduce yourself in the intro section.


    Jim...........
     
  10. canebrake

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    Really? Without pics? :confused:

    At least a GAZILLION dollars!

    Seriously, somewhere well north of $1K if it truly is in great shape.
     
  11. caseytate2007

    caseytate2007 New Member

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    Thanks guys, sorry there is no pic, the gun is at home and I'm currently out of town so I'll post a pic as soon as I get back. It hasn't been abused at all or shot much at all either. My grandpaw had a different set of grips on it and when I put he originals back on you can tell the other grips were slightly bigger and left a little smudge like mark on the nickel right above the grips.
     
  12. Jpyle

    Jpyle New Member

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    That is one sweet lookin six shooter...
     
  13. caseytate2007

    caseytate2007 New Member

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  14. Wambli

    Wambli New Member

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    WOW, with original box and original grips! If you have the original papers you are getting closer to the $2k range.
     
  15. OC357

    OC357 New Member

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    Nice to have the original box and grips. I don't have the box mine came in but I have the original grips. I bought a set of Hougue's for mine and it grips better with them. The original walnut stocks would loosen up on me at the range. (mine gets fired a lot) They do look better though I think.

    Nice buy caseytate.

    OC
     
  16. caseytate2007

    caseytate2007 New Member

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    Yes all the papers for it are inside the box, I also have a leather concealed shoulder holster for it
     
  17. caseytate2007

    caseytate2007 New Member

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    And thank you guys for your time, just the things I wanted to hear!