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Coonan Arms .357

Discussion in 'The Ask the Pros & What's It Worth? Forum' started by CountryGunsmith, Feb 26, 2003.

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    ruffitt
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    Could one of you gentlemen provide a fair market price for a used Coonan Cadet (3.9 inch bbl) .357 semi-auto?

    Have originl box, papers, 2 magazines and magazine loading rod.

    Pistol is in exscellent condition, with only a couple minor exterior surface blemishes that could be tken out with a bit of buffing.

    Thanx

    RuffItt



    TallTLynn
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    You collecting even more handguns ruffitt???

    Sounds pretty - but where's the picture.

    ps - hope you are doing well and that you have a wonderful 4th!

    ruffitt
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    TLynn -

    Thanx for your 4th of July well wishes.

    No, I do not have a pic (yet), but it is one that I had at the Hun Fest last year, so it is not anything in addition to what I 've already got. The only "new" pistol I have is my Kahr K40 in .40 S&W that I bought last November.

    Things are going GREAT now that I've got my trans tracheal catheter and can (hopefully) stay out of the hospital for a while.

    Regards

    RuffItt



    TallTLynn
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    As I recall it was a very pretty gun ruffit. Glad to hear you are doing better - and hope AntiqueDr comes along soon to give you an idea on the value.

    the real fredneck
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    ruffitt, wasn't that the one that had blinding muzzle flash even when fired in bright sunlight?

    Zigzag2
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    Hey Ruff, is this it?


    According to the the 27th edition, Blue Book of Gun Values
    100% $785.00
    98% $630.00
    95% $500.00

    I hope this helps

    AntiqueDr
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    Model B's are bringing around $500-$650. Model A's theoretically are worth about 25% more but its a hard sell at that kind of money.
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    ruffitt
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    Yeah ZigZag, that looks exactly like the one I have (I can say this 'cause I know where you got the pic from ).

    I am assuming (yeah, I know what happens when one does this) that the amounts you indicated were for the pistol only.

    As the magazines go for a minimum of $75.00 each (when and IF they can be found, and I have two of them with the orange followers), the original box and papeprwork as well as the magazin loading tool, do you think it would be within reason to ask $800.00 - $850.00 IF I decide to put it on the market?
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