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Model 12 value

Discussion in 'Handguns: Revolvers' started by bigtubby, Dec 2, 2010.

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  1. bigtubby

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    Thinking of putting my M-12 no dash flat latch, 4 screw, 4" barrel round butt up for sale has some wear on the alloy frame grips are original and number to the gun and in good shape anybody have a ballpark figure what it may be worth no box or paperwork. I know it is not in great shape but a good and accurate shooter.

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    Sweet gun! $300-$450.

    Open the cylinder and give us a peek under the barrel. If it's cracked (and some are) it's worth what the parts will bring at auction.
     
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    No it is not cracked under the barrel I will put up some more pics tomorrow
     
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    Those don't look like original round butt grips. Was this originally a square-butt gun that had the rear ground off?

    The Doc is out now. :cool:
     
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    While we're at it...

    What about a 12-2/2"/nickle/square butt in 98% condition?
     
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    Those are the original round butt grips it has not been changed from square to round. The grips serial # matches the guns serial #
     
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    $400 or so. Nice looking piece. Carry wear I think on the grips, Doc. The early 12's had a slightly thicker frame than the later ones. Steel cylinder or AL? The aluminum cylinder ones were problematic...
     
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    Steel cylinder this is a shooter, alloy cylinder is unsafe to shoot but I think would be worth more to a collector.
     
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