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Model 15 Snubbie

Discussion in 'Handguns: Revolvers' started by rikman, Mar 16, 2012.

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  1. rikman

    rikman Member

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    My LGS has a S&W 15-? 2" snub nose,box &tools. They're asking $559. Looks hardly fired ,great trigger. I think it's a little high... Opinions?


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  2. skt239

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    I think it might be around $50 to hundred dollars to high. I guess it also depends on where you live and the generation. I'm sure someone with more experience will chime in.
     
  3. pendennis

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    If you can get them down to $500, do it. Otherwise, buy it at that price. That's a fine revolver, and the box and tools probably make it worth over $500. I wouldn't pass at that price, especially in Illinois.
     
  4. ColtPythonElite

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    If it is a 98%+ gun with the box, tools, and stock grips, I think the price is fair....Snubs are a hot ticket right now.
     
  5. Guillermo

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    sounds high to me but hell...everything does
     
  6. Quoheleth

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    Try the famous, "I'll give you that price OTD" and see where it gets you.

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  7. CSA 357

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    i have one its a sweet shooter you will love it! i would think that is a little high, but i looked a long time to find the one i got
     
  8. rikman

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    THanks gentlemen,

    I think I'll offer $500 and see where it goes.

    Rikman
     
  9. Guillermo

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    good luck

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  10. CajunBass

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    Here's the way I look at it. "They don't make 'em like that anymore" as they say, and although they're not rare, examples in good condition with the box, and such are pretty much so. If I want it, I won't lose it over $50.00 or even $100.00 bucks. Yea...Yea...I know, that just drives the price up for everybody else. Sorry 'bout that.

    I won't tell you what I paid for an (as best I can tell), unfired 1955, 2", M&P in the box. :what: :D
     
  11. Oro

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    Offer something but don't leave it behind. $560 box/tools for that gems is a good deal, presuming it's in original and "high" condition.
     
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