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Perhaps the Colt 1895 Navy isn’t so lowly anymore?

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This one hammered at $1000, by the time you add in buyer’s premium, shipping, and FFL fees, you are easily in excess of $1200. Yes, it does have condition and is in the more desirable .41 Long Colt, but it wasn’t that long ago you could pick these up regularly for much closer to $500 than a grand:

This makes me pleased that I picked this .41 Long Colt Army when I did:

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I like your gun.
I have one made in 1900.
I bought so long ago that it cost $100
The one in the auction has a barrel/front sight like an Army Special??
I think you are right about the front sight.

I placed a real lowball bid on the one offered today and didn’t even come close.

I was curious as to what this would bring as mine sold at Morphy’s for $720 a few years ago ($600 plus buyer’s premium).
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Hmm. Same auction, different lot went for $550 in similar condition. 41 Colt New Navy
Not in similar condition. This one is reblued and sold for 55% of the other, better one.
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