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This one has never been fired. Ser#990005 on the weapon matches that written on the box. I have all of the original paper work including the 5 cent post card used for warranty registration. Price on the box is $59.95. The only damage is at the rear of the cylinder and I think that was done when someone tried to remove it from the frame.

Would like to know date of manufacture and of course what it is worth.
 

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With all that you've got listed, I think it could bring $350. I can't tell exactly what the "damage" is, is it the nicks near the top strap?
 

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With all that you've got listed, I think it could bring $350. I can't tell exactly what the "damage" is, is it the nicks near the top strap?
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, it is the few nicks at the rear of the cylinder on the top strap. The round circle is where a pin goes through the frame and there is bluing missing there also. Looks like a white ring. That was the way it came from the factory.
 

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According to the Red Eagle News Exchange the gun was manufactured in 1968.
The box itself in very good to excellent condition is worth $100. The gun in 95-98% condition is valued at $565. These are the average reasonable prices that a collector would pay another collector. Hope this helps.
 
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