mentallapse!! That Just Ain't Right!!!!!!!!!
I have shown these before. Type 2 380's Thought if I showed them again, someone might feel guilty about having one and might want to ease their conscience by sending it to me..somd_mustangs somd_mustangs somd_mustangs
Last edited by mentallapse; 06-05-2019 at 09:07 AM.
It's Not What You Gather, But What You Scatter That Tells What Kind Of Life You Have Lived.
your 1903/1930 looks great!
The High Polish are beautiful!
It is a nice pistol. No question about that.
It sure as hell ain't no $1700 gun, or $1500, or $1200, OR $1000.
$850 is fair for a 1908 type III like that one, low serial # or not.
It would need to be in considerably better condition just to get close to $1200.
Like this one:
A type II?
Well, that's hoss of a different color.
Type IIs, on the other hand, bring considerably more $, even when condition is somewhat less.
I wish people would be more realistic about the relative value of their treasures, i.e.: they ain't solid gold, now, are they?.
PS. As always, this is only my opinion. Flame on!
Last edited by oberon; 06-06-2019 at 11:03 AM.
Picked up this 1903 from an estate last year. Still shoots well with honest wear. When I got it, it wore perfect grips but the first shot cracked one completely in half. You know, stupidity hurts. Oh well, at least the walnuts look nice and do fit my oversized paw a little better.
"Let courage rise with danger, and strength to strength oppose."
DeaconKC at surplusrifleforum.com
Last edited by ei8ht; 06-16-2019 at 10:08 PM.
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