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Value of a S&W 27-2?

Discussion in 'Handguns: Revolvers' started by MP-44, Jan 29, 2013.

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  1. MP-44

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    4", blued, in Exc condition? Asking price is $700. TIA!!
     
  2. R. Walter

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    Fair price
     
  3. bikemutt
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    That would be $850 around here, especially for a 4" barrel.
     
  4. MP-44

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    The owner rates it at VG. I was going by his description of the bluing when I "guessed" at excellent con. ( I haven't seen the pistol.
     
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    VG to me means some wear on the high points and muzzle, no dings or scratches. I don't worry about the wood too much since that can be fixed or changed easily, although not cheaply these days.

    If it has box, tools and papers that's always a plus.

    Good luck and, if you buy it, we'll need pictures :)
     
  6. forindooruseonly

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    Round here that would be a good deal, depending. The short barreled 27s bring a premium.
     
  7. oldbear

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    The 4" barrel M-27 was produced in 1979 - 1980, so not that many out there, and they are getting more expensive almost monthly. If the one you are or will be looking at is in the shape you think is BUY IT NOW.
     
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    In the condition you describe, I'd take it.
     
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