Just state willing to sell FTF (Face to Face) in Northern MN. If the price is right it should sell. Actually I fish Crane Lake and Lake of the Woods every May but I guess that is a long ways off.
Does the cylinder have a turn line? If it doesn't have a turn line, appears unfired, and you have the outer white sleeve with serial number, you can probably get at least $1,500 for it, given the shortage of factory SAAs these days. If you're willing to take a chance on Gun Broker and ship it, you may get more.Speaking of big money, what do you think is a fair price? Serial # puts it about 2011, blue with great case colors, 5 1/2"- 44-40 appears to be unfired but cant be sure because I didn't buy it new. Has blue box with all papers and lock. Once I get pics I'm starting with an add here. Thanks for the replys.
Hmmmm - I bought a new pair last year - cheapest I could find was $2400 each. Scarcity, import costs ...............I recently sold a brand-new one, with all associated 'paper' for $1350.
You get the price you want with self-discipline, but the amount of time it takes requires an audience. To do it quickly for an SAA requires Gunbroker. I’d encourage anyone to get over some of the common hang-ups about selling online and shipping.
List it on GB. Sell it. Use Fedex internet to make a 2 day label to the FFL its going to. Box it with a copy of your driver’s license. When your payment comes, drive it to a Fedex location in Bemidji or Moorhead or Grand Rapids or Hibbing or Duluth. Set it on the counter and say “’I’ve got the label taken care of, just want to see it scanned into the system.”
2 day label costs about $35 usually to anywhere in the continental US.