National match built by J. E. clark

Discussion in 'The 1911 Forum' started by rgnewton, Apr 6, 2009.

  1. rgnewton

    rgnewton New Member

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    I put this on the "Ask the Pros" forum and thought it might get more action here. Ser #28xxx-NM. Trigger, accuracy, and Bo-Mar heavy slide job done by James E. Clark. The gun is in mint condition, I am the second owner and I would say it has NOT had 500 rounds through it. I understand the supply and demand idea and the small market for this particular gun. What do you think the value would be in that small market?
     
  2. Shooter45

    Shooter45 *Administrator* Staff Member Supporting Member

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    You posted in the correct forum but I'll give you the short answer.

    Whatever the market will bear. Take the pistol to a gunshow and consider offers. Custom 1911's like any other custom firearm are certainly hard to put a value on. What is the pistol worth to you ?
     

  3. rgnewton

    rgnewton New Member

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    Shooter 45, TNX for your reply. I think we are on the same page. This is a very special gun and should be owned by a person who will appreciate it, $$$$$.
     
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