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Discussion in '1911 Forums' started by Carrots, Oct 19, 2010.
$15k? you gotta be ishting me...
I can't open the link. Something about being banned for life...
Hahahaha what a tool
Don't you have a Valtro Bac?... from yer reply it would seem that 15K is more than a little ridiculous...
"Regular" Valtros go for +/- $5000 when they pop up (which is infrequently).<?xml:namespace prefix = o ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-comfficeffice" /><o></o>
Prototype or not this guy is really reaching. <o></o>
I wonder if he'd take a Kimber Gold Match and $500? I'll pm him.....
That's to much bank for me
You would have to be a really hard core collector to pay that kind of price for a prototype.
An unfired Valtro today goes for $5000-$6000 on average, used are usually $4000-$5000.
BUT THIS ONE HAS A WELDED-ON MAGWELL!!
(sorry for the all caps, but that was *important! :embarassed: )
It's a very pretty gun I bet it would make a great truck gun
I wonder if George will let me put it on layaway?
Yes...but does it come with a CD or a pouch?
I need a little history lesson. I see this gun was built on a Rock River frame, were all the Valtros? I know it is a prototype, but I was under the impression that Valtros were around and done before RRA (though I am probably mistaken). If that is the case, then how can this be a prototype? Regardless, 15K seems way to steep even given its history.
I would love a Valtro, but would not pay said $15K for it. LOL
it always annoys me when someone is selling something rare and considerably costly and they excuse their pictures by simply saying "im not a photographer."
new prototype MIM welded-on magwell...
he may be having the last laugh.......
That is a lot of cash for a gun...that may increase in price.
What, did you type a 4 letter word over there? They are a bit strict, thats for sure.