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WTT for Hi Power Practical

Discussion in 'Want to Buy/Trade Threads' started by Hawk46, Feb 25, 2011.

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  1. Hawk46

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    Looking to trade a NIB special edition Ruger Vaquero for Browning Hi Power Practical in EC. Ruger is .45LC, 4-5/8 bbl, blue with color cased frame, gold engraving between cylinder flutes, white ivorex grips. If anyone has one and is interested I can email pics. Dave Heston
     
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    Care to sell the Ruger outright? I have a friend (the only one)who is looking for one. Bulge.
     
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    Bulge, I actually have a pair - consecutive SN's. Think he might be interested in both? These color-cased versions sell around $700+ on GB, more in gun shops when I've seen them on rare occassions. I wouldn't want that much, maybe $1250. plus shipping for both? I'd consider a little less but I have to pay transfer fees on both guns. They are NIB but both have barely discernable turn marks on the cylinders. They came from the factory that way, I believe likely due to Ruger's test firing program. I have a third gun that's the same way. Never fired or turned by me. All papers are there. Bought them when I had my FFL and put them away upon receipt.
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