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Old 07-24-2018, 04:07 PM
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Is $400 to $500 a reasonable range for an excellent plus Model 59? ( 2 mags, mid '70's production).

A friend has one he wants so sell and asked me what it was worth and I'm out of my comfort zone here.... I don't want it and don't want him to get taken....
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Without seeing it? Around here, $450 would be on the north side of retail.
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2 mags, box and goodies, nic. or blue? Mid $500s. Not to much room
for re-sale profit.
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I would say around $450 would be a reasonable price also. Just gotta sell it right! Too many scoundrels trying to steal everything out there.
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Blue, no box or papers. If it had them I would call it "like new", but fired.
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They usually avg $350-$400 in my neck of the woods for a decent shooter grade. $450, if they’re in great shape. I’ve seen ‘em in the wild for as high as $800, but it would have to be ANIB for me to even consider that.

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what about an exc. cond. Nickel 459?
You probably should start your own discussion with a new thread rather than introducing this in his. No offense intended.
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Ah......sorry....I can add that a LGS has a 59 I traded in towards a model 36, excellent condition but no box, for 429.00..... and if it hangs out much longer I'm gonna try to get it back.

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