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The first was a Model 15 no dash in nickel. About a 85% gun if you don't count the non-diamond Magna grips. Don't recall the serial, K 5 digit I think. The second was a four screw non Model marked K-38 Combat Masterpiece that had been completly refinished in a flat black and was missing the thumb piece for the cylinder latch and wearing goodyears. And has initials and the number 62 electro-penciled on the left side under the cylinder window. The goodboots were covering the serial and I could not read the numbers under the crane. I thought it odd that they were both four screw guns but one had a model number. Best they would do is $325 for the 'black' one and $350 for the nickel. They are still there
 

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I would have left them lie myself....

4-Screw Pre Model Marked Guns are not common, but they are nto unheard of either.....

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I never entertained the idea of buying them at the price they wanted. I just thought it odd that of the four guns they had, {Five if you count the Raven 25}, two of them were four screw K-38s and one was model marked.
For the curious, the used raven was priced at $159.00
 
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