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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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Nice gun, Ian. This thread reminded me I have an Army that went to Colorado and a Navy that went to Oregon, both in .41Colt. The markings on these guns of that era were so crisp and nice, as is some of the remaining blueing. My 3" isn't nearly as nice as the 6".
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