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Walker Sale!

Discussion in 'Blackpowder' started by Blackpowdershooter44, Dec 19, 2016.

  1. Blackpowdershooter44

    Blackpowdershooter44 Member

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  2. Gaucho Gringo

    Gaucho Gringo Member

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    That is a good price on the Walker. But I already have one and don't need another one. I am not Josey Wales, the Preacher maybe.
     
  3. Cowhide Cliff

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    Wow I didn't realize they had gotten that expensive. I think that was about the normal price when I got mine.
     
  4. alexander45

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    They went up a fair bit. I got mine from this time last year for 300
     
  5. JohnnyCremains

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    Good price. That's a lot of quality machined steel for less than $400.
     
  6. Blackpowdershooter44

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    It was at $350 for a while, but still a good price at $380. Cabelas doesn't seem to have much on sale after Christmas
     
  7. Arkansas Paul

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    I remember when cap and ball revolvers were dirt cheap.
    I was 12-14 years old and would look at the Cabelas and Bass Pro catalogues and drool over them. They were like $69 at the time but it may as well have been $500 for me. I think the Dragoons and Walkers were $150-$200.

    I still drool over them and have no clue why I haven't gotten one. There's always something else higher on the list.
     
  8. Blacksmoke

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    I once owned a Colt Heritage "Walker". One nice piece. Sorry to have sold it. I do not need another, just now, but thanks for the heads up.
     
  9. Ephraim Kibbey

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    Arkansas Paul - In 1975 I paid $2700 for a brand new Impala, now they are $27000 (10X.)
    List on a Walker back then was $130 so $380 (3X) is a steal!!!
     
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