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    mod 19 5 whats the real value

    hello every one wanted to get your input on my pawn shop find its a smith mod 19 5 6inc brl nickle plane hammer and trigger and the target grips this gun is in near mint cond inside and out i paid 450 out the door i thank a gun like this should bring at least 550 to 600 dollers what do you guys think keep in mind this gun dont have a flaw on the finish or grips its almost mint thanks

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    here in mass it would probably go for around 500 but i think 600 would be stretching it a bit.

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    Prices depend on the different areas of the country, so you'll probably get several different answers and eventually hear your price wish come true. I have recently seen them priced in shows around here from $500 and up, but the sellers will deal. In pristine condition, $450 would be a good price. (around here). Buying at $400 would be even better.

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    Welcome aboard from Florida the "GunShine"state.

    In my neck of the woods, (depending on condition), a M-19-5 would go for between $350-$500.
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    Hello and welcome to the forum from sunny, Arizona.

    I frequently see used over priced S&W's advertised for unrealistic amounts of money. If/when they do sell, it's either to some poor mislead person that just doesn't know any better........or, the seller reduces the price to something more realistic (and often the buyer thinks they're getting a great deal).

    Indeed, gun values fluctuate depending upon locale.

    In my opinion (and in my area), I think you paid a fair price for your 6", nickel, Model 19........enjoy it in good health.

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    It all boils down to what the buyer is willing to pay. As Model 19's go. For myself the 19-5 is one of the least desirable variations due (1982): Eliminate cylinder counterbore. To some it may not matter
    Good Luck on getting your price.

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    Welcome. $450 seems like a fair price BUT if the hammer and cylinder are nickel plated it was done after it left the factory. They should be case hardened not plated. You still got a good gun though.
    When I was young my Mother told me I could be anyone I wanted to be. Turns out the police call that 'Identity Theft.'

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    I agree with old 0311, not a factory nickel and with a nickeled hammer and trigger, this would put a discriminating buyer off. This in all probability won't hurt the function and the 6-inch model-19 is an accurate revolver - so you got a good shooter for your $450.oo.

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    $450 is probably a fair price when you consider that 6" models are less desirable in general than the shorter barrels.
    Also, your 19-5 is not P&R which also lowers its value to collectors. It's still a fine gun to own.

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    Welcome to the forum. Sure would like to see some pics. Locale has a lot to do with the value.I agree with the other posters. Go out and shoot the heck out of it. Best regards Dick
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