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WTS COLT, Price Check...

Discussion in 'Handguns: Revolvers' started by Ultraman, Dec 18, 2006.

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  1. Ultraman

    Ultraman Member

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    I got this, what looks like an OLD, NIB Colt Trooper Mark III in a package deal with 5 other guns. I have no interest in a BLUED firearm (sorry no offense meant) so I'm going to either sell it or trade it off. What would be a FAIR price for it. I figure I'm in it for about $400 or just a bit more. Is it worth more? I hope. :D
    Thanks, Bill
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  2. Ala Dan

    Ala Dan Member in memoriam

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    With the box and doc's, $400 is just 'bout the right price. You didn't
    leave yourself much room for error when you made the trade~!:eek:
     
  3. dfariswheel

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    To be specific, you have a Colt Trooper Mark III, NOT a "Lawman Trooper".

    The Trooper and the Lawman are two totally different guns.

    For what appears to be a new in the box with papers Trooper Mark III with a really nicely figured pair of the earlier grips, I'd say from $450.00 to $500.00, depending on where you sell it.

    Your best price would likely be on a gun auction site like GunBroker
     
  4. Ultraman

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    THANKS

    Thanks for the information. I'm not looking to get top dollar for it, just a fair price. I guess I'll offer it at $425.00 and break even. I'd rather have the money than the gun. ;)

    Thanks again, Bill
     
  5. Vern Humphrey

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    You're a sick man, and I urge you to seek treatment immediately.:p
     
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    Is that a 22 or 357 model?
     
  7. Ultraman

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    $400-$425 from an individual. $350 to a dealer for resale. 22's tend to be worth a bit more these days. If you were in my state and close by, I'd buy it. I don't want to fiddle with shipping and dealers.
     
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