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I ran across a guy today that wants to sale me a 2 generation Colt 125 year anniversary 45LC 7 1/2''er inn the wooden box with the sales receipt from 1961 never fired barely handled I would call it at least 90%

 

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Anyone got any kind of idea what its value might be?..I can not find it in the blue book....

 

 

http://s235.photobucket.com/albums/ee14/wc321/2an%20gen%20Colt/

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I ran across a guy today that wants to sale me a 2 generation Colt 125 year anniversary 45LC 7 1/2''er inn the wooden box with the sales receipt from 1961 never fired barely handled I would call it at least 90%

 

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Anyone got any kind of idea what its value might be?..I can not find it in the blue book....

 

 

http://s235.photobucket.com/albums/ee14/wc321/2an%20gen%20Colt/

 

 

The market is very soft for 2nd Gen. Commerative Colts SAA's and there is a lot to choose from. You'll get a good idea of current market value with a little research, and you may find a better one.

 

Best,

Roy

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Recently when I have seen those for sale they have been about $1500. They are often used as the basis for custom engraving and/or refinishing. They shoot just the same as any other 2nd generation Colts. I picked up a consecutive number pair a few years ago and had them refinished by Doug Turnbull. They came out really sweet and are now my main match revolvers.

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Thanks....I also did a little looking and there is two with bids on gunbroker at $1000 right now so for what he is asking today is not the kind of sweet deal I was hoping for :angry:

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