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Old 12-26-2012, 07:31 PM
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Default Model 57 No Dash Nickel 4" Value Help

Model 57 no dash 4" in nickel. Pachmayrs on it. Finish is good. Pinned and Recessed. Target trigger and Hammer. Wanting to sell it but not sure what to put on it.



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If it was mine,I'd probably ask $750. If it had original grips and a presentation case,it would go for close to 1K on an auction site. IMO.
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Gave 600$ for a 8 3/8 nickle a last month, no papers/box they had a 6" in the case fro the same price.
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Think the 4" guns bring some premium.
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Default $400.00, LOL!!

I gave $400.00 for this #57 nearly fifteen years ago, with factory smooth target stocks.


I gave $400.00 for this #57 just last Friday, with these fine custom stocks.


IMHO, you should keep it, shoot it, enjoy it.
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Wow on those grips!!!
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Saw one at LGS. Tagged at $995.
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I would say in the $700 to $750 range as they are very popular revolvers and the 41 mag has quite a following.
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I agree with $750 being the low end.
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