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Thinking of selling my Dan Wesson CBOB

Discussion in '1911 Forums' started by Vigilance, Jul 18, 2012.

  1. Vigilance

    Vigilance

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    I have a brand new in box, Dan Wesson CBOB. Never fired it or stripped it, not a scratch on it. I bought it late 2009 or early 2010, and it's just been sitting in the safe since.

    How much do you guys think I could sell this for? Most of what I see for sale now are used. I haven't seen one in pristine condition like mine.
     
  2. B_RAD

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    Not much but I'd like to make an offer of $500.

    Kidding... Unless you'd take it.

    Good luck.


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  3. king_John_I

    king_John_I Glock Armorer

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    Post a picture if you can. Ill let my buddy know, He was in the market.
     
  4. Travelin' Jack

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  5. oldman11

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    I've got to ask this question. You've had this revolver for close to 3 years. And all that time it was in a safe and you never shot it. Why did you buy it? If it was your HD weapon, wouldn't you want to find out how it shoots, or how it handles?
     
  6. B_RAD

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    It's a commander sized bobtailed 1911. Not a revolver.




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  7. oldman11

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    I stand corrected, as I'm not familiar with the handgun. Sorry about that. Still have the same question though. But haven't seen a reply from Vigilance yet.
     
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  8. Vigilance

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    It's a 45.
     
  9. Vigilance

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    I bought it for range use, and never ended up using it. It's wasn't intended to be a defensive firearm.

    Back to topic, any idea what a fair price would be?
     
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  10. deadite

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    $900.00-$1,100.00, depending where you live, I'd guess.

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    I'd expect it to bring at least $1000 on Gunbroker. Maybe a little more.
     
  12. rb12

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    I would guess in the $1,150-1,200 range. But I have heard certain Cali based boards can be higher
     
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