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WTB..Colt Diamondback.....

Discussion in 'Want to Buy/Trade Threads' started by bobby ward, Dec 3, 2008.

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  1. bobby ward

    bobby ward Member

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    I am wanting to find a nice 6" Colt Diamondback .22 revolver. I would prefer a nickel version but would accept a blued version. If you have or know of one for sale, please contact me.

    Thanks!
     
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    Have you checked with gunbroker.com? Frequently they have a couple for sale on that site.
     
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    You better be prepared to pay a hefty price for a nickel diamondback 22. Sweet gun for sure but the blue ones are expensive and the nickels are way out there. The most accurate 22 revolver I've ever owned was a 6" 22 diamondback btw. the runner up was a Colt officers model match.
     
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    You better be prepared to pay a hefty price for a nickel diamondback 22. Sweet gun for sure but the blue ones are expensive and the nickels are way out there. The most accurate 22 revolver I've ever owned was a 6" 22 diamondback btw. the runner up was a Colt officers model match.
     
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    Call Lock's Philadelphia Gun Exchange - 215.332.6225 - They have a 6" Blue (A.N.I.B.) and a 4" blue (90+%). They also have a rare 6" Blue in .38 Spl.
     
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    Texshooter,

    Email me direct with details on what you have and what you want.

    Thanks!
     
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    I have a 6" Diamondback that is as new and has never been fired but I don't have the box.What would it be worth to you?
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