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    Found this today was it a good deal ?

    Found this today should have it by end of week was it a good deal what you think ?
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    It certainly looks to be in great shape with a nearly flawless finish. I don't know what the market is on these but I got to think you didn't get used too bad for a gun in that shape at that price.
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    Assuming there are no issues, I'd go for it.

    The 2006 Standard Catalog showed it in Fine condition at $325.
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    Yes, a good deal. And, no need for an FFL transfer unless you live in one of the Kommie States.
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    Nice pistola. The price looks pretty good to me for one in that condition.
    That's a nice find. Congratulations.
    If you decide to shoot it, be sure to load only lead bullets in it. No jacketed bullets for your safety. It was made long before the cylinders were hardened.

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