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Discussion in 'General Firearms Forum' started by camelotkid, Mar 14, 2012.
4" blue in good shape .357 mag, is $695 a good price?
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I say high.
Ok what about a 2" nickel lightweight cobra in good shape for 650?
Actually I think the cobra is a 2.5 inch I found only one like it on gunbroker and it had a buy it now for $899
That sounds slightly high on the Trooper.
Yeah a touch high, $500-$600 should be right. For the price asked it should be mint.
The local gun pawn has one in the $525 range that is in used but good condition. It also has a Python with rubber grips in used but good shape for $75 more than price you are being asked to pay for a Trooper.
they have a python for under $800??
ended up passing on both they weren't exactly what I was looking for, but you just hardly see colts on the used market in any kind of good shape around here.
That's a hell of a price on a good condition Python.
Too high. I paid $525 for a Trooper MkIII in excellent shape (95%+). However, I'd buy a SW K- or L-frame before I'd buy a Trooper MkIII or anything MkIII again. I bought the gun just for giggles and I was on a Colt kick.
I'd hit it!!!
Man, they've went up. I had an 8", Nickel back in '86 that I paid $325 for. Wish I still had it but I traded it in on a Ruger Redhawk in 44Mag.
I like the Trooper MKIII quite a bit, but that price should come down at least $50-$100 unless its mint.
How much is $325 1986 time is worth nowadays?
Saw it yesterday for $749.00. Outside looked fine, didn't do an inspection or anything. Grips have been replaced with Pachmyers. Still sitting there next to a Trooper.