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Buckeye
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I have come across a Blackhawk in 357 with the 9mm conversion cylinder. The revolver is stamped new model and is about 10 years old...blued..6 5/8" barrel and is in almost unfired conditon (has had about 50 total rounds). It has been properly stored and cared for so no real issues...it has no box and no red bag nor box for the spare cylinder..just the pistol. I'm not up on the Ruger S/A revolvers and would really like to have one to shoot and just "play with"..

I know value is a relative thing but I'm completely lost on this...I've looked at Gunbroker, etc to see what pricing is but the 357/9mm seems to not be an everyday thing...any help appreciated.
 

Redstick

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The Bluebook Of Gun Values sez:
100% 98% 95%
$465 $375 $325

But, seein' as how you're in California, you can add about $100 more, 'cause guns are alot more expensive there. So I reckon if you get it just shy of a 500 dollar bill, that'd be about right for California prices.

Main thing is, don't let this opportunity pass you by. Snag it! It'll be around for generations for your grandkids to finish getting your $475 worth of use!
 

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