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TallTLynn
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(6/25/02 7:57:15 pm)
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Colt .25 value? *UPDATE*
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Curious as to what kind of gun this is and what the value may be. I understand it to be in fairly decent shape (I do know it's a few years old to say the least). I won't know the particulars till Thursday night but I just thought I'd see if someone could give me a ball park figure here (or best guess estimate).

Edited by: TallTLynn at: 6/26/02 9:07:56 pm

LIKTOSHOOT
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(6/25/02 9:17:16 pm)
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$1.00 for estimate please. Insert bill here.......>[]

TallTLynn
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(6/25/02 9:26:59 pm)
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Ah LTS - you know I don't have any money - I just bought a 45 for crying out loud.

I just want to know if it's worth trading for (though I most likely will anyway).

AntiqueDr
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(6/25/02 10:24:06 pm)
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Re: Colt .25 value?
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There are two different Colt .25's.

One is the Model 1908. It has a grip safety and concealed hammer. The other is the Colt Junior, which was originally make for Colt by Astra in Spain, then later by Firearms International stateside after GCA '68.

Values depend on which model, condition, box, etc.

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TallTLynn
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(6/26/02 8:10:27 pm)
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Re: Colt .25 value?
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AntiqueDr - condition is 99% (it has two small places where the blueing isn't all there). It's a Colt Junior, it was made in Spain (so I will assume it was made by Astra). The gun came with the original box, manual, warranty, cleaning rod - again all original and 50 rounds of ammo. It has less than 100 rounds through it.

So tell me what it's value is please?

AntiqueDr
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(6/26/02 9:28:50 pm)
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Around $200-$225.

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TallTLynn
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(6/26/02 10:05:31 pm)
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Thank you AntiqueDr. Means I came out good on this deal.
 
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