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DCNYElvis
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(12/24/02 9:18:07 pm)
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I have a couple of High Powers I would like some insight as to the values of. #1 is # T156---, w/ tangent sight,9mm, about 99% and has a black pouch it came with.
#2 is # 245pz5---, 7.65 [.30 luger],99%, blue with black plastic grips.

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wsmc667
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(12/24/02 11:00:41 pm)
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howdy DCNYElvis,

welcome to the TFF!! someone who can answer your question will be along shortly. sounds like a couple of good guns.

chris in sandy eggo

Zigzag2
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(12/25/02 7:22:47 am)
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Hello DCNYElvis, and welcome to The Firearms Forum.
Stick around... 1 of our resident appraisers should be along shortly.



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Xracer
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(12/25/02 9:20:36 am)
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Hi DCNYElvis.....welcome to TFF.

Well, you're in luck. I just opened the latest edition of the Bluebook of Gun Values (thank you Santa & Mrs. Xracer)......here's what you've got.

#1 was made in 1965 (1st year with the tangent rear sight) ,and in 98% condition is worth about $650. Add $100 for the "T" prefix, and $50 for the original pouch and instruction manual. So you're at about $800.

#2 in .30 Luger was made in 1981 and in 98% condition is worth about $575
 
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