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I haven't set a value on this Trooper .22 but since it's perfect and it's complete with mint original box, target, etc. I believe that it's worth whatever the top dollar is at the top of the range.
 

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I imagine your gun would command a premium over the listed auction due to the target stocks alone, not to mention the shipper. I didn't examine all the pictures between the auction and your gun to determine differences in condition.

My WAG? $2000+

The only thing that I can think of that would be fighting against a very high price is that these guns are relatively unknown to casual collectors. In front of the right, educated audience I am sure the bidding would head upwards.

Side note: These .22 Troopers are heavy little rascals aren't they?

Side note #2: If you decide to letter the gun, be aware that Colt still seems to have difficulty with this model. Request that Beverly review the request if possible.
 

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1)Thanks for your extra input!

2)Yes the 4" Trooper .22 is a little heavy but with the target stocks it feel real good in my hand. These sure are beautiful revolvers whenever they are in new condition.
 

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I think you should move it on over to the "Want To Sell" section...
 

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Currently I have no intention of selling this Trooper .22 as I was just posting the gun here to display it. I just stated my estimate of value because I was asked where I would value this revolver at.
What was your estimate. I am just asking for reference for myself. I have the same gun in a 1955 vintage NIB with in leatherette box.

John Fugate
 
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