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    Colt Trooper Mk III in .357 Magnum

    Hi folks;

    Would anyone know what this little revolver is worth. It's in excellent condition and the owner want $450.00 for it. What do you think guys? Good deal, fair, or too much money?

    Comes with the original box and the paperwork.



    Many thanks for your help.

    Bud

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    Cool

    i see that you're in canada. in the states that's a fair deal, in canada i would guees that it's a great deal, that's my take on it

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    I'd buy it in a minute.

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    Me too.

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    That is less than current auctions for lesser revolvers without a box and goodies,it is a good deal on a very good revolver.

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    What a Steal/Deal

    Well guys, I knew you'd all give me the right advice so I bought it just now. It does indeed have the original box and all the original paperwork
    that came with it so I guess I just bought this little Colt for about $300. if you take the value of the box and paperwork. Although the box is in pretty sad shape, it's better than no box I think.

    Many thanks to all of you that replied and to those who were thinking about it. My God, another gun I have to go out and shoot. Where will I find the time?

    Bud


    Quote Originally Posted by longranger View Post
    That is less than current auctions for lesser revolvers without a box and goodies,it is a good deal on a very good revolver.

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    Great deal on a great revolver. Congratulations
    Detectives, and Cobras, and Agents
    Oh My!

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    Cool trooper

    Great deal. eh. Enjoy. If you don't like it , I will buy it for the same price. Look at it this way. If that gun were made today, it would retail for around $800 or so. They last forever and beyond. Add a set of Wolff springs. It will lighten the double action to the same or better than a Mark V.

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    MIII in .357

    Thanks Dframe, I think so too. I was going to let it go by but I thought, what can I lose? Nothing.

    Bud


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    Great deal on a great revolver. Congratulations

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    Wolf Springs

    Thanks for that. Where's the best place to get the Wolf Springs for it? What do I need? Just a mainspring, or is there something else?

    Bud


    Quote Originally Posted by Lawman67 View Post
    Great deal. eh. Enjoy. If you don't like it , I will buy it for the same price. Look at it this way. If that gun were made today, it would retail for around $800 or so. They last forever and beyond. Add a set of Wolff springs. It will lighten the double action to the same or better than a Mark V.


 

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