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WTB: snub nose in .38 or .357 or Walther PP380.

Discussion in 'Want to Buy/Trade Threads' started by Barrelbulge(Fl), Feb 24, 2013.

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  1. Barrelbulge(Fl)

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    What have you to sell? I am looking for one and possibly 2 guns. I prefer Smith or Colt may consider a Taurus. Thanks, Bulge.
     
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    The snub-nose craze has hit full song. Believe it or not, there are 2-1/2" S&W Model 66s on GunBroker with BIDS - not asking prices - approaching $1,000. There is one real nice 66-4 that is at $675 right now and the auction has a day or so to go. It could wind up being a decent buy or it could go much higher as the usual last-minute bidders get involved.

    Between the panic to own a concealed-carry gun and the fact that Model 66s are no longer made, they are doing crazy money. Older Colts are even worse as there were fewer of them made.

    I you want an S&W with forged parts, a one-piece barrel and no internal lock, the time to buy at a reasonable price has passed.

    Ed
     
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    Day late and a dollar short huh Ed? I guess I could settle for a PPK in .380.
    Bulge.
     
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    I might be able to help, Doug @ SGS 513-403-2522
     
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    bulge, call me, i have model 36 smith, ex cond, 412 831 6948, rege
     
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    Have a Colt Detective Special 3rd issue (1974) thats is pristine as new.$800.00
     
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    Take a look at the Cobra Arms Shadow. Made in the USA and it is a J frame clone. My J frame grips were a perfect fit and I used a J frame spring package to tune the trigger. It has an aluminum frame and a stainless cylinder and barrel.

    <a href="http://s50.beta.photobucket.com/user/dancingbear12/media/Cobra-Shadow-lg.jpg.html" target="_blank"> Cobra-Shadow-lg.jpg </a>
     
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    Whats retail on one of those Dave?
     
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