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It can depend on the era of 2nd Gen production. Early / black box guns are generally in more demand in my experience (and command higher prices).

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She's been refinished sir.....the frame would have been casehardened originally and take a good look at the serial number on the frame. Maybe it's been freshened up during the refinish process. It's a shooter now.
 

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To me it's a $750 to $950 Tops. Mainly because I can buy a NICE original 2nd gen for $1200--$1,400.

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If I could find 2nds here in that price range I would have several more guns and a lot less money. Not saying its not true...just not around here.

I would price a gun like that closer to a 3rd gen gun, which in my area is probably in the $1200 range. Yes its a shooter but that's all I buy.

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I would be afraid of that gun. I don't like the looks of the caliber designation on the left side of the barrel. It does not look like a .45 Colt caliber roll. I also don't like the burned spot in the middle of the barrel. I would look for a "stretched" barrel very closely on this gun. Reblue polish is not well done either. Just my opinion. Regards.
 

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I also don't care for the looks of that serial number on the frame. Click to enlarge.

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