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Discussion in '1911 Forums' started by Hokie1911, Jul 15, 2010.
I wonder if anyone makes an IWB holster for that thing..... It is actually pretty damn cool!
That is what you call a collector's item.
I wonder how many more times it will be bid on?
The last 15 minutes resets everytime a new bid is submitted.
Sanford had one hell of a collection. They have been selling it off for years now.
I bought this Korth from his estate in 2008.
I remember saying I have more non-1911s that I won't shoot than I do 1911s. Well, this is one of them.
Its a mint, never fired, 1976 Korth Combat 357mag. Its one of the finest pieces of machinery I've ever handled and certainly one of the nicest handguns I own, bar none.
Imagine that sum***** hardchromed!
That is a sweet revolver.
Man that is one sweet Korth.
I'm not even a revolver guy and that thing is beautiful. The proportions are just perfect and it looks like it fits together like a Swiss watch.
Korth still builds them and imports through Korth USA.
New Korth Combats revolvers run anywhere from $6K-$8K and up. Its nuts.
Even rough 38 special Korths (not the Combat model) sell for 2-3K on Gunbroker.
Very nice looking revolver.
I swear that Savage is something Buck Rogers would use.
Yeah, imagine how it looked to people 103 years ago.
I think its beautiful the more I look at it. It brought over $23K.
$23,785 final price.
Yeah, certainly not for the faint of heart.
That was a hard core collector's piece. Someone paid $24K just to mount it on a wall or stick it in a safe.
That is insane!!
It was me.
So bac when are we going to see the famous carpet picture?
I wonder if the 23k price included the Marks-a-lot