Fair price for pre-lock S&W model 60?

Discussion in 'Revolver Handguns' started by Rampco88, Jan 12, 2013.

  1. Rampco88

    Rampco88 New Member

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    It's an older "pinned" model. It's in very nice condition. The stock grips are mint! Looks like is has not been shot that much too. For sale at my LGS so I have to factor in the profit part. I'm thinking $350 cash out the door. Anybody else??
     
  2. Doc3402

    Doc3402 New Member

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    Around here that would be in the $500 range the way you describe it. Grossly overpriced, but they get what the market supports.
     

  3. Rampco88

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    Thanks Doc. I really think I can get it for a flat $350. Hey, how is the gun climate down there? Moving from CT to the Jupiter FL area next year. Thinking the model 60 would be a good CCW down there, stainless and all.
     
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    gunsmoke11 New Member

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    You guys are throwing fuel on the fire now!

    I'll be at the GS Monday, 09:00 hours sharp to grab that baby!!
     
  6. Doc3402

    Doc3402 New Member

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    Concealed is easy to get, and you may have full reciprocity from CT. You'll have to check that. We seem to be less restrictive on handguns here, but as of right now there is severely limited open carry. Other than that I don't think you'll find too much is different.

    Here is the link for our statutes. Check them out and compare.

    http://www.leg.state.fl.us/statutes...ml&StatuteYear=2012&Title=->2012->Chapter 790
     
  7. shouldazagged

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    Clutch that beauty in your hot little hand and run like a frickin' thief. It would go for well over $400 here in Louisville these days. And it's hard to go far wrong on an older J-frame unless it's just been abused all to hell. But I'm sure you know that or you wouldn't have such a bad case of lust...