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Long store short. I'm trying to id this 32 for my aunt . She lives in ca I in wi all I have are these pictures to go by. Any info you can give me on this age, make. model. any kind of value . I would like to find out before she just gives it to a police buy back which she is talking about. Serial # 101421. Gun from pics is rough just want to know if buyback 100.00 is best way to go or if this is worth $$ for parts or ??? Thanks for any help in advance. PART95152762209423695IMG952018052995122620.jpg PART95152779826779295IMG952018053195132412.jpg PART95152779843315795IMG952018053195132702.jpg upload_2018-6-9_21-5-29.png PART95152762307536795IMG952018052995124423.jpg PART95152779784538995IMG952018053195131425.jpg PART95152779781254795IMG952018053195131248.jpg
 

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I believe it is a Spanish copy of something , the gun has several issues that are visible, . I believe Old Guns estimate may be a little optimistic .
 

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Tell her to take the $100 buyback, it's a sure thing!!
 

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I agree. Take the $100 and come out way ahead.
 
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But 59 Chev, you were very correct to check it out prior to her taking any action, At a buy bach in Chicago I witnessed several very nice guns get turned in for 25 dollars each ( yes .it was a umber if years ago ), I also noticed that there were two boxes under the turn in table, the oblivious junk guns were tossed into the left box, the better guns were placed carefully into the right hand box, I wonder why that was ? Like most people who have lived in Chicago , I can tell you some tales, some of which are hard to believe,
 
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