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1026 value

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by jeepmor, Oct 25, 2006.

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  1. jeepmor

    jeepmor Member

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    Been casually looking for 1026 or 1076 S&W auto in my favorite 10mm cartridge. A 1026 has been brought to my attention with about 4-5 extra mags in claimed cherry condition. What is a fair offer?

    I'm not sure I'm in the market since the water heater just bit the dust and I want a tankless, but thought I'd ask anyway.

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  2. Myself

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    The Smith 10XX line of guns has been popular lately. Prices on the series are up. That being said a reasonable price for the gun you described would be $550.00. Once in a great while you can get one for much less if someone has had it laying around for a while and doesn't know current prices. I have also seen that same gun sell for as much as $750 on auction sites.
     
  3. panzermk2

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    1026 can be rare not the rarest but still there are less of them so that affects price

    here are the numbers

    1006 26,978
    1026 3,135
    1046 151
    1066 5,067
    1076 13,805
    1086 1,660
     
  4. Gixerman1000

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    Some where around $500 to $600.

    I lucked out and bought mine for $325, it was in like new mechanical condition but looked like it had been put in a holster and thrown in the trunk of an old car for 10 years, I re-bead blasted it and now it looks like brand new, it’s a great shooter too.

    SW1026.jpg
     
  5. EdLaver

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    WoW! thats a great looking piece gixerman! Great find and restoration:what:
     
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