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696 LGS find.

Discussion in 'Handguns: Revolvers' started by dave38215656, Sep 27, 2012.

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  1. dave38215656

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    Engraved too. found this one 7-8 months ago. 600.00 Was quite dirty and scratched. Polished her up some. Made in Jan. 1997. with case and orig. papers.
     

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    Nice!!!

    You can see your reflection in one of the pictures.

    Good job on the polishing.
     
  3. 19-3Ben

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    Nice score! Your win, J. Hughes' loss!
     
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    Very nice!
     
  5. dave38215656

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    Hughes was a judge. The clue word is WAS. I found the obit!
     
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    A most excellent score.
     
  8. blackwalnut

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    Re: 696 !!

    Good job and I hope its shoots well for you!

    The Bozos over in this part of the country are always trying to make their house payments when they put 696s up for sale. Seriously I have seen people asking as much as $1100 for one. In fact anything thats a 44 special gets jacked up.

    I used to sell them and i am shocked at the raping and pillaging that goes on with some of these dealers and so-called collectors. they can keep "asking" all they want.
     
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