I was told to check a few spots and looks like it was redone. Does this kill the value?The grips won't necessarily have anything to do with whether the pistol was reblued or not. It is not uncommon for owners to change the grips, and the 30/31 row are the closest to the original if someone was trying to return it to original. The finish of the pistol will speak for its self.
It sounds like you are describing a first model. The current Blue Book of Gun Values lists that value for a 90% original finish Super Match pistol. Since it is a commercial pistol, my opinion for what it is worth would be 50% at best, i.e., professionally restored to 98% or better condition. Your pictures are not 98%, in my opinion. Fortunately, there are many real experts here whose opinions are based on real-world conditions. Its rarity factor is very subjective for valuing as a refinished pistol. Those opinions are the only ones I would trust - not mine.Ok so if it’s a 6k pistol but has been redone what kind of price reduction do you see?