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It's almost impossible to determine the value of a Colt without more info, like a serial number to date it, and an examination to determine the actual condition.

I'd suggest going down to the book store and looking at a copy of "The Blue Book of Gun Values".

This is one of the best pricing guides around, and lists average values for guns in various conditions, stated as percent of original finish.
 

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Kind of makes one wonder how the stock got busted. How much do you know about this gun?

Are you looking to sell it or buy it? Either way what's it worth to YOU?

Check the auction sites to see what other people think theirs are worth. The Blue book will give you a basic idea but is by no means gospel.

Go down to your local gun shop and ask the what they think it is worth. Then ask them how much they'd pay you for it.

Factor in the stocks like those will likely cost $75 to 100 bucks to replace.
 

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Welcome to the Forum jd01. You live in a nice part of TN. I used to live near Franklin, not too far from George Jone's place.

Nice looking Colt. Too bad about the broken grip.
 
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