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    Colt Army Special 41

    I have an early 1900's 41 long colt in good condition. Anyone know how much something like this is worth?


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    The "SCOF" catalog lists a Army SPL. in "good" cond. at $325. Price will vary widely by region, around here (Pacific NW) I'd think that about right. less in some areas, more in others.

    Of course if your selling it to a dealer expect about 50-60% of the retail value.
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    If you wish to sell it, please PM me, I collect Army Specials In .41 Long Colt

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    Colt .41LC

    Quote Originally Posted by muddyboot View Post
    If you wish to sell it, please PM me, I collect Army Specials In .41 Long Colt
    You can call the Cabela's Gun Library at the Glendale, AZ store. They've got one waiting for you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by straightcut View Post
    You can call the Cabela's Gun Library at the Glendale, AZ store. They've got one waiting for you.
    I checked the web site and did not see any listed. Can you give me a link?

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    Quote Originally Posted by davidandreap View Post
    I have an early 1900's 41 long colt in good condition. Anyone know how much something like this is worth?


    davidandreap
    You can check this site for the year of manufacture of your Army Special. The grips are not original to the revolver. If the mechanics are OK, I think you could get between $ 325.00 and $ $ 400.00 for the revolver.

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    In Store Only Sale

    Quote Originally Posted by muddyboot View Post
    I checked the web site and did not see any listed. Can you give me a link?
    I think it is a recent arrival and can't recall the price (Grrr! - sorry). Cabela's, at least a year ago or so, would typically post the guns on the internet site that were >$500. This was definitely less than that, so it wouldn't make the threshold. Second, their website is not very reliable at all - they could do much better keeping it updated.

    Definitely give them a call and ask to speak to someone in the Gun Library - I saw it this past Thursday evening.

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    That's a nice early Army Special. Have you ever fired it?

    While the grips aren't original to the revolver, they look as if they would handle well and could aid in shooting.

    Is that a 4 1/2-inch barrel? It doesn't look like either a 4-inch or a 5-inch. May be a 5-inch and my eyes are crooked but the proportions seem a little different. Gives the revolver an appealing look.

    I think Muddyboot's price range is about right on a revolver like that.

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    Colt Army Special

    I was wondering the same thing. Is that a 4" or 4 1/2" barrel length?

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    Yes It's a 4 1/2" barrel


 

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