Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by full metal, Jun 23, 2007.
The Davis is pre-owned, but appears to have never been fired. It's likely to stay that way for a while; I really have no intention of making a shooter of it, and certainly won't carry it.
Aren't they Master Pieces? They were also about 25 years behind the times!
I keep it to remind of being idiot an with a C&R license.
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I had the full-lugged six shot, but gave it to my Daughter-
I didn't find it particularly accurate, but she shoots it well enough.
If you dont mind, what did you pay for yours? I picked this one up for $550 about 5 years ago, but Ive seen two at gunshows since then with over a grand on the tag!
I have one of the newer style, and I don't think they command $1K right now. Then again, pricing is so wonky nowadays I could be wrong. Or at least it could be closer than I think.
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Nightlord, from what I've read, that full lug version is the hardest to find. I think I got a great deal on mine. Local guy posted it on Texas Gun Trader for $500 or best offer. I knew $500 was an excellent price, so I jumped on it right away. Told the seller I wouldn't jerk him around on a best offer, just pay the $500. Apparently, his FIL just passed away and left a collection of 200+ guns to be disposed of. This was one of those.
There is another full lug version in the Ft Worth area. Has CT laser grips though. Wants $980 firm.
Very cool. I have a hankering for one of the .22 LR versions.
Gotta love it when you get a rebate!!
The master enablers in the shotgun forum got to me....
to pair with my also new Keltec Sub2000 in .40 S&W which takes the same magazines:
All of the above fit in the case ...
Does the optic mount swing away to allow the Sub2000 to fold completely? Neato!
Wow, you stole that!
Gorgeous! What are we looking at?
Id say you did real good at that price, let is know how it shoots for ya.
Funny thing was, I really didn't even want one at the time, but I had a bunch of store credit to burn and that was the only interesting gun they had that day, lol.
I figure its an heirloom quality gun thats unlikely to ever need repairs and ammo will pretty much always be around, so it was a good one to pass on.
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