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Old 02-22-2021, 10:04 AM
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I picked up this fella a few years back. To the best of my knowledge, it is an old police revolver, it has a stock # on the back strap (see pic). The gun has obvious wear, but I took some time and polished it up and gave it a new set of VZ grips. Functionally, the gun is 100%. The timing is rock solid as is the lockup. It's a really accurate and solid shooting piece.

Long story short, I really have no idea what to ask for the thing. Any advice would be super helpful.





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Old 02-22-2021, 11:34 AM
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Depending on what price you paid add $100. I'm not a fan of polished stainless guns, had a former pd 67-1 with some evidence of it's working life, original box (without papers/tools) the original grips plus some Pachs and the duty holster/belt.

Paid $350 for it, this was about 5 years ago, shot the heck out of it, sold it at a gun show after a year for $575.
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LGS has one in stock for $600. It appears to be in original worn finish.

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I paid 700 for a no dash recently with super low mileage and box, no tools. Polished I am not sure I would make an offer, just because I do not like polished stainless. I might say 475.00?
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