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Old 11-08-2009, 12:32 AM
Marshal tom Marshal tom is offline
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I went to the gunshow in Grand Junction today and then stopped by one of my normal haunts. There was a beautiful condition flatlatch model 38 Bodyguard ( Airweight) in the original blue Starburst box ser# 88760. I put it at about 56 or or 57. The asking price was $650. Box was very nice as well. I thought it was a bit high ???

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I sent you a PM. That was my pre-38 at Taylor's. That price was high. JF
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