U.S. Navy marked S&W victory model

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  1. SMGZPH67

    SMGZPH67 New Member

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    i got this pistol yesterday at a gunshow. i had one like it a couple years ago that was all #'s matching like the the pistol i got yesterday, and U.S. Navy marked as well. thought i would never find another one all matching. what would a ball park value be on the pistol. and are the Navy marked one hold a certain premium over other marked Victory Models.???[​IMG]
     
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    the lanyard ring is missing, it was also missing on the one had a few years back. cost me $50 to put another one on the pistol then.[​IMG]
     
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    it has some honest use and holster rub marks, but not rusted and pitted and not abused.[​IMG]
     
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    Nice find:D
    I want it :eek: :eek: :eek: :eek: :eek:
     
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    thanks 22 WRF. i think i did well with it myself, as i traded a decent Import Stamped Inland carbine for it and the gentleman gave me $125 and the pistol for the carbine
     
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    The latest edition of "Standard Catalog of Military Firearms" values a Navy marked Victory model in excellent condtion at $600. The condition of yours drops the value to around $325 or a little less. So if you received $125 in the deal and you gave him an import marked carbine worth about $450, it seems that both of you came out near even on the deal.
     
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    Welcome SMG
    And that is a good lookin find
     
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    thanks, and thanks again for the info guys.
     
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