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valueing a smith 34-1 22 lr revolver and a colt peacemaker 22

Discussion in 'Firearms Research' started by ridgerunner1965, Jun 20, 2013.

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  1. ridgerunner1965

    ridgerunner1965 Member

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    my son has a minty blued 34-1 smith and wesson 22 lr revolver. regular grips, 4 in barrel.it is a almost perfect unblemished example of this gun. i dont have any pics of it at this time.we are looking to find a approximate value as he is wanting to sell/trade for another gun he will find more usefull.

    im just not up on older smiths at all.

    he also has a colt peacemaker 22 lnib that he would like to establish a value on also. any help you guys could provide would be most appreciated!
     
  2. witchhunter

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    The 34 is golden, shoot it before you sell. You won't be sorry. I am just guessing around 500?
     
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    $500 would be a gift. Prices on the old .22 Kit Guns are crazy high, and that pre-dates this current Obama scare - has been for years.

    Add a hundred and keep going.
     
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