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Can anyone help me with determining the values of my two 1860 Army revolvers produced in the 1970's/80's? One is a F1200LNK with Colt Custom Shop electroless nickel finish and the other a F1210 in stainless steel, both NIB. (I also have a powder flask, primer cap tin and belt buckle from the same production period.) The Blue Book of Gun Values is no help with the modern production 1860's. Any ideas?

Steve
 

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From the Blue Book of Modern Black Powder Values ® your electroless nickel model is worth $1600, and your stainless steel model is worth $800.

Bob


[This message has been edited by bfoster (edited 12-07-2002).]
 
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