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Old 06-25-2020, 11:02 PM
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What would be a fair price for a 60-10 3 .357 mag?
98%+ with box and all original paper work.
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I would be surprised to see one under the $600 range.

On an auction site it would bring a few hundred more than that
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Fair price depends on how bad you want it. I would say anything under $600 is doing good but I'd probably go up to $700.

Both of mine, if I remember correctly, were around $600 give or take. One has a box the other doesn't. I wanted one for a long time and two showed up in a few months time. I was so excited about finding one I made a thread about it
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I have no idea what they are going for now what with the run on almost every handgun due to the whole mess we find ourselves in.

I can report that my 60-10 357 has performed admirably for me for 20 years now so I would make every effort to pick one up if you haven't already. Wonderfully versatile handguns.
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I have to agree with what's been said.

$600 - $700 would attract me. Good luck with that.
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I have one like OP describes. I have not watched the pricing on the since I bought it. But when I was watching they seemed to go up and down a bit more than other models do.
I would be for grabbing it at anything under $750. I have never seen anyone who bought one dislike it and $50 bucks should not keep you from what you want
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I own one. .357 Magnum is my all time favorite caliber,bar none.
Best night stand gun available!!!
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I have two Model 60-9s with the 2 1/8" barrel. Both have box, docs, etc. One I way under paid for and the other I thought, at the time, was a bit over priced at a tick over $500. I still didn't blink though and now it doesn't seem so bad.......and that wasn't all that long ago.
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I'm in the market for one of these. Actually, I'd prefer a 60-9 fixed sight 3 inch, but I know those are like chicken molars, I'll never see one.
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The 3" 60-10 is a great little, always with you, woods/camping/hiking gun.

Years ago I found a little kydex IWB holster in a LGS..... added a set of extended Spegel Boot grips and some Safariland speedloaders......you can forget it's there while doing chores or just walking in Penn's Woods.... but you have 5 .357s available out of a 3" barrel in an emergency.
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I'm not sure you can find a 60-10 complete with box and documents for $700. That actually sounds like a decent deal.

You can do advanced searches on the most popular online firearm auction site. IF one does they would see only one 3" 60-10 being sold recently for $780. It had no box, no docs, and it had rubber grips (original to the gun, but still rubber) and there were STILL 22 bids on it. Maybe the gentlemen that have commented this far would feel comfortable paying $500-$700, but the market clearly dictates they are harder to find and much more valuable than $500-$700.

Complete with original box and docs a 60-10 is worth more like $800-$900.
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