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    No Dash Model 49 Bodyguard

    This gun came up for adoption last night and I jumped on it. Price was $350 and I drove an hour to him. Thought that was fair. Grips number to the gun. The picture is better than real life but I'm very pleased with it. Serial dates it to 1968.



    With a nice set of boot grips.

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    ....does that mean its....
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    Quote Originally Posted by blazermark View Post
    ....does that mean its....
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    Whut, Whut!!
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    I always though hump day was Wednesday but I'll still jump in.
    Nice pinned 49. Excellent carry piece.
    Picked up this '82 vintage wearing rubber boots last summer.
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    I would say the drive was well worth it. Looks great and hope shoots great.
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    Looks like a great find for the price and a little bit of a drive!
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    In today's market that's a steal! Nice snag sir!
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    That's a pretty good price for a nice CCW.

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    Very nice find! Congrats!
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    Nice gun, and good price.

    I paid $450 for mine:

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