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Hello all! I'm new to the forum and Colt revolvers. I would like some guidance on a model 357 i am looking to trade. Owner wants $540 trade value. It is is excellent condition, looks almost not fired. Small bluing loss spot on muzzle. Over all in very good condition. It is a 4" model, adjustable sights, and has Service type silver medallion grips. Serial no 16xxx. No pics. I have some modern tupperware I offered for trade.
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That is about bottom dollar for any Colt double action .357 chambered revolver. Since you stated it has the service stocks, does it also have the standard hammer? It might have the fatter target hammer and that would be a bonus.
 

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They made less than 15,000 357 revolvers. How many Glocks are out there? I would think you could always find a replacement to your Glock. I have several 357s and they all shot very well. The 4" model has excellent balance and should be an excellent shooter, or display revolver. My 4" 357 would be about the last gun to leave my collection. $540 is not a bad price.
 

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Do it. I have a 4" from 1959 and it isn't going anywhere. You just don't come across these that often. Hurry before he changes his mind!
 
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