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t/c cherokee question????32,cal

Discussion in 'Blackpowder' started by turkey45, Jul 24, 2006.

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  1. turkey45

    turkey45 Member

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    what are they worth???mint cond..
    ..thanks for any replys..
     
  2. turkey45

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    just asking..

    ..i might buy one ...thanks..
     
  3. arcticap

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    It's one of those rifle models where it really depends on how much the buyer is willing to pay. Some people will grossly overpay while others have bought them for a fraction of the price.
    You can virtually pick a number between $200 - $500 and you'll find someone who would tell you how much more or less they paid for theirs. A seller will always try to get a premium for a gun in truely mint condition, and some people don't really care how much they pay for the best specimen available.
    You can't really put a price tag on it, but if you buy it, shoot it, and then try to resell it, it's not quite as easy to recover much more than the average selling price.
    The Traditions Crockett .32 goes for around $300 more or less new, if that's any indication, and has a longer barrel and an excellent reputation for accuracy.
     
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