Colt NF .357 & 44-40 with Real Ivory grips $1800

Can you please locate the source for that info? I've looked several times and can't get a straight answer from anyone. thanks.
I don't remember, you'd have to find the statute. I read up on it heavily because I was having several sets made right before the rule change. What I remember is that you cannot buy ivory or have new grips made unless it happens within your home state. Ivory that is already installed on a handgun is fine. I bought my ivory-stocked New Service after the rules changed.
 
Colt New Frontier revolvers are not as desirable as a regular Single Action Army, so they tend to go for less money than a SAA.

I paid $900 for this one in 2018. Chambered for 45 Colt, shipped in 1965. In very good shape, but the grips do not fit quite right, they are probably replacements. Even so, I think $1800 for a New Frontier is a bit too much.

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Colt New Frontier revolvers are not as desirable as a regular Single Action Army, so they tend to go for less money than a SAA.

I paid $900 for this one in 2018. Chambered for 45 Colt, shipped in 1965. In very good shape, but the grips do not fit quite right, they are probably replacements. Even so, I think $1800 for a New Frontier is a bit too much.

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New Frontiers have gone up, along with everything else. $1800 for a New Frontier with ivory is dirt cheap. $900 for that 2nd generation was cheap.

They all came with the plainest black walnut you've ever seen.
 
Real ivory grips are damn near worth the price alone. Or put another way, it's just about a pair of ivories with a free gun attached.
well, I’m gun broke, so if anybody wants it, PM me! Do it soon before I find an excuse! 😂
 
20 years from now, I’m gonna tell the story about the new frontier for 1800 that got away sad day 4 me
 
I don't remember, you'd have to find the statute. I read up on it heavily because I was having several sets made right before the rule change. What I remember is that you cannot buy ivory or have new grips made unless it happens within your home state. Ivory that is already installed on a handgun is fine. I bought my ivory-stocked New Service after the rules changed.
Yeah it’s the statute that I haven’t been able to put my hands on. Internet sources I’ve found are nebulous.
 
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