357 FT pirce help

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Chance

Buckeye
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Have a line on a 357 flattop, "about 90%". I think it is a 1959 gun with hard rubber grips and "normal wear". I know that's not much to go on but the best I can do for the moment since I haven't seen the gun in person or have access to the serial # at this point.

Gun is unconverted.

Question is: At $550, would this seem reasonable for, say, a "nice shooter"?

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SBH4628

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Seems like a fair price..If it is 90% and unconverted.Flatgate has a nice
little post for people without PICS 8)
 

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I know it's dicey not posting PICs here but if someone tells me this is a smokin' deal I will scarf it up and post a plethora of pics. :D

Just looking for some generalized guidance.
 

contender

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Just remember,, ANY good shootable Flattop is worth a lot more than any NM's. At that price,, it seems to be a fair deal,, but by all means,, inspect it first!
 

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