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    New P1850

    F32540DB-D9EE-4DCB-8632-880B7F25D4C5.jpegA local gun store has a new P1850 in .45 for 1900.00, is that a decent price? I don’t remember the last time I have seen one for sale (in California)
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    Listed retail price is $1799.00 so I think you answered your own question I by saying they’re not commonly seen for sale.

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    If that’s including tax, that’s probably about as good a price as you can hope for on a non-preowned NIB SAA. If tax is added, most average deals are up around $2K or more these days. The sub MSRP guns tend to be earlier year model third Gens.. preowned.
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    A couple months back I bought the exact same model off'n GB for $1800 buy now. By the time I had shipping and FFL fees, it came up clase to $1900. If it were available at a local shop, I'd probably would have paid the $1900 because I could at least close examen the gun in person and maybe trade something in.

    Wouldn't hurt to make a cash offer. I think it's a buyer's market now.

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    That price is not out of line from what I have been seeing. You can always offer less and then pay full price if he says no.
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    They are finally starting to make their way out west to us? That's great. I can't remember ever seeing a brand new one in a store. So is it a good price? If not, what would be a good price? $1800? $1700? Sure, but then you probably wouldn't even see it without some crazy luck of them putting it on the shelf the second you walked in. At the end of the day, is that $200 going to kill you? If I bought the same gun online, with shipping and FFL fees, it would be near $200 more anyway. I say go for it, if it's still there.

    P.S. if you pass on it, let me know what store it's in. I might make the road trip myself
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    I would go for it right now and not totally a price consideration. My thoughts are... I prefer the 51/2" barrel and when will you see another one for $1900 in a store that you can put your hands on. Also I would get it now before some one miss handles it such as lower the hammer from half cock etc.

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    I have that same gun New in colt custom shop box un-fired and i would ask for more then 2k for it... hope that helps.

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    It's all relative. Many non-colt DA and SA revolvers sell for 1/4 to 1/3 of that price. Even Standard was going to sell at $1500, then they jumped on the higher bandwagon. The first rule of sales is, "don't sell for what something is worth, sell for what the market will bear." $2,000 is an awful lot for a primitive design that just has a nice fit and finish. Is there really $1500 more labor in a Colt than a Uberti?


 
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