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Need Advice fairly quickly on Lew Horton 44 Special

Discussion in 'Handguns: Revolvers' started by mrstang01, Jan 10, 2003.

  1. mrstang01

    mrstang01 Well-Known Member

  2. M58

    M58 Well-Known Member

    I paid $425 for the M657 version.
  3. Kahr carrier

    Kahr carrier Well-Known Member

    Blue book 100% condition lists price at $395.00,Its kind of high.:)
  4. NEon

    NEon Well-Known Member

    the grips alone would sell for $60 here. Buy it and I will buy the grips!:D
  5. mrstang01

    mrstang01 Well-Known Member


    I've made a deal with the gentleman, will keep you in mind once it gets here if I decide to change the grips.
  6. mec

    mec Well-Known Member

    probably a pretty good thing to have done. It's not like they made thousands of these things or anything. A few bucks over book is nothing to break a sweat over.
  7. LWCmdr45

    LWCmdr45 Well-Known Member

    <<It's not like they made thousands of these things or anything. >>

    Actually, they did, if I recall correctly. Seems to me I remember that they advertised 5000 were made of each version (blued M24 and SS M624).


    BADSBSNF81 Well-Known Member

    5,000 made from 85-87 with ALWxxxx prefix. Price is at the outer edge and would have to have box, manual and tools IMO to justify it. Only 1,000 blued 24-3's were made and it came with a special black holster. Usual disclaimers apply.
  9. S&W44

    S&W44 Well-Known Member

    It's a little high.I picked one up last month for $325 at a local gun show.Nice carry piece.
  10. S&W44

    S&W44 Well-Known Member

    Here's a quick scan of my 3" 624.
    Last edited: May 13, 2007
  11. jimmy

    jimmy Well-Known Member

    I paid $350 for mine brand-new in 1986. It's a gem. I'd gladly pay that much or more for one now.
  12. Poohgyrr

    Poohgyrr Well-Known Member

    I prefer blued, but those are nice and around here I might go for it. A good .44 Spec is nice, and they aren't being made right now.

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