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  • AmyG

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    May 7, 2024
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    I have the holster and lanyard. The gun is in very good condition. Does anyone know what the value might be? I'm going to sell it i just don't know the value. I see them being sold between $500 & $1000.. Any help would be awesome.
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    Ausländer

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    Welcome to the forum!

    Looking across a few auction sites, your price range is in the ballpark. It's really going to depend on the condition of the pistol and (more importantly) what someone else is will to spend for it.
     

    S13

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    As with all sales.


    Need money quick= discount.

    Median price= working an ad moderately for a median period of time

    Maximum value- heavily working the ad(s) for a possible long period of time.


    If you need it sold in the next week- $300-400

    Average 450-550, might sell in 6 months


    Max value $600-800, but you will have to work the shit out of it for up to 2 years
     

    S13

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    Also, certain non common ones can go at a very high premium.

    Yours is a common post war rebuild however, it looks like. The extras are nice, but don't add a lot to the value.

    I do recommend getting 40 rounds and selling it with the pistol. Might catch a buyer eaiser that way.
     

    justmax

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    Jul 28, 2019
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    I sold a bunch of these back about 2007 maybe for R Guns. If I recall, they were $69 and change each with all those accessories, and if you bought three dropped at 10 bucks apiece to 59 something.

    Interesting factoid. Even as of today, it is one of if not the only effectively suppressible revolver.
     
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