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Old 05-16-2017, 07:04 PM
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32wcf second change. What's the market value of this rig? I found another 32-20 that I like better and may sell this one. The bore is bright and there is no pitting, just lots of patina. Thanks for the help, Ken SN 434xx
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Better pic of the topstrap?

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Old 05-16-2017, 07:29 PM
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$300/$400, depends on the mechanical's a bit I suppose.

I wag closer to $300, I would list it for $400 and be happy with $350.
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32wcf second change. What's the market value of this rig? I found another 32-20 that I like better and may sell this one. The bore is bright and there is no pitting, just lots of patina. Thanks for the help, Ken SN 434xx
Your pictures don't match. The first one has .38 Special on the barrel and 1920s stocks, too late for that serial, the third picture is a different gun; is that the one?
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Fixed it thank you!
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Something is still not right here. Your third picture shows a 38 chamber, not a 32??
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Much later grips, just the same. If it was a Fourth Change, I'd be interested. Early sights are hard to see.

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Much later grips, just the same.....
The stocks on this one are actually appropriate, concave non-medallion used up to 1910, which would fit with a 434xx serial, I believe.
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The stocks on this one are actually appropriate, concave non-medallion used up to 1910, which would fit with a 434xx serial
Absolutely. Those are proper stocks for a .32-20 HE made before 1910.
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Better pictures fella's sorry for the mix up. Too many pics on file here. Here's my new 32-20 a 99 year old Colt Army Special.
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