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    Thank You

    I pulled the grips off to clean and Thankfully no rust, not even a hint!
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    Thank you very much for the information. I put it on Armslist for $700 now at $500. Had a ridiculous offer of $300. I also have it on Northwest firearms. lots of looks but no interest!
    Thanks again!
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    Post it for sale on this site...
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    I really would have no clue on how to post it for sale on this site, having just joined to try and find some expert advise on the value. Which I have and appreciate very much!

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    Quote Originally Posted by tedacker View Post
    I will try and load a picture of his gear.Attachment 442263
    I had the same Bianchi Break Front with handcuff case and dump pouches but in plain leather as the department I was with at the time did not allow basket weave leather.

    Good memories of a time gone by in law-enforcement. Here's a photo of a young FlaRon in 1973.

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    Some times it takes a week or two on Armslist to get a real buyer, especially on a collectible revolver. Mostly bottom feeders are the frequent fliers there, as you have found out. However, collectors also check in. Just not every day.

    Gunbroker.com does not charge very much and it is real easy to open an account. You will sell that package for over $700 on GB....especially if you PM me a link..
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    I would put the gun alone at $500 to $550, but with the gear your $700 or best offer is not unreasonable
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    Quote Originally Posted by FlaRon View Post
    I had the same Bianchi Break Front with handcuff case and dump pouches but in plain leather as the department I was with at the time did not allow basket weave leather.

    Good memories of a time gone by in law-enforcement. Here's a photo of a young FlaRon in 1973.

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    Some cleaning and original grips would make a difference mate..enjoy it in good health..

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    The Northwest Firearms forum does not seem to have the interest in revolvers unless the price is well below what you can get in other parts of the country. You can always find a trade if you want to go that route, but other wise you will get a lot of wheel spinners but no trigger pullers unless you have something really unique or desirable. If you throw in a throw in a 30 round magazine with it, it will probably sell real quick on the NWF form.

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