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    Colt New Frontier .22 w/ .22 Mag Cylinder

    Hi everyone!
    I just joined up here a few days ago, and I already have a question for y'all if someone has the time. I just ran across a Colt New Frontier .22LR with a .22 Magnum unfluted cylinder also. It has a 4 3/4" barrel, case hardened frame, and the black grips with the Eagle and horsey. It has a little holster wear at the muzzle, but that's about it. He says he is the original owner, but the box ended up ripping so he threw it away, so it's just the gun w/ the extra .22 Magnum cylinder. He also he got the gun as a gift in 1980. All he would give me of the serial # is: G60xxx. Is it worth $450 or should I look around some more? Also, what about the same exact thing made in 1976 with a 4.4" barrel? Is it worth $500? It is in 98% condition. Says it is a New Frontier Scout? Thank you all for having me, and any info is greatly appreciated. I'll post a pic of what each one looks like below. I just borrowed these pics online, but both guns look identical to these except the 4 3/4" here looks a little nicer than the one I am looking at.New Frontier 4.75.jpgNew Frontier 4.4.jpg

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    Better grab it at $450.

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    they are both easily worth the price!

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    That is a great price on the 4 3/4" NF (the 4.4 also for that matter). Have you bought it yet? Better get going. Won't sit around waiting fo you at that price. Better yet, buy both.

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    The 4.34" isn't an NF that I know of, it starts with "G". Does that make a difference?

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    I'm sorry, I mean 4 3/4".

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    Here is a pic of the one that is 4 3/4". And are both of them Scout's? I noticed they called the smaller one a Scout, but not the other.Colt New Frontier.jpg

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    From what you're saying, I gather you have a New Frontier .22 with #G60xxx, a gun made in 72/73 with steel frame. This is the target model.
    The other, an earlier production Colt Single Action Frontier Scout .22 or Frontier Scout 62, with the alloy frame. Smaller, SAA type.
    Two different guns.
    Also, if indeed it's a 1976 prodution, it is a Peacemaker .22, so some discrepancy there.

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    Above pic is the New Frontier .22

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    The price on them has flattened out based on my impressions. Could be wrong on that score. My sense is that you are at the upper end of the value of a 98% gun. If there is holster wear, it probably is not a 98% gun (think 95-96%). Do your homework on the on line auction sites and you should be okay. Maybe Buckspen will chime in here, he is the go to guy on the single action 22's and pays attention to the market.


 

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