I found an Indiana Bicentennial Scout 22 thats NIB. Has the original wood box and does not appear to have been fired. There are no turn marks on the cylinder. The bicentennial box is dated 1766 to 1966. The revolver has pearl Colt medallion grips and the metal work is nickel or stainless and gold plated. The cylinder is solid with no indents. Asking price is $499.00. I'm wondering if this is a rare gun and if the price is in line with what one would expect to pay. I've checked the auction sites and don't see much like this. Thanks for the help.