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...my Python. Prices keep going up...

I had it reblued and meant to keep it as an heirloom,but I'm tempted to see what nibbles I can get. My advice to anyone else would be to keep it but the prices on Gunbroker are just nuts. Hmm...
 

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Have any pics? You know how I am about a deal. 4 inch or 6 inch barrel what kinda stuff do you want etc
 

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...my Python. Prices keep going up...

I had it reblued and meant to keep it as an heirloom,but I'm tempted to see what nibbles I can get. My advice to anyone else would be to keep it but the prices on Gunbroker are just nuts. Hmm...
The dip will hurt it a good bit in it's resale. I would keep it, shoot it and love it. There are not many things that are as nice as a good Python trigger.
 

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The dip will hurt it a good bit in it's resale.
Yeah...but it really needed it. And I hadn't planned on selling it anyway. But you know what they say, everything's for sale for the right price.
 

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I have a python I was thinking about putting up for trade so I had spent some time looking up prices. I found that those that were original with box and papers were crazy expensive, but I found that the prices for well used ones or non originals seemed to be stabilizing or going down a little. Mine doesn't have the original grips (pachmayr rubber with colt medallions instead) and I thought about getting a set just to increase potential trade/resale value.

It never hurts to put it up for sale on GB with a reserve and see how things go.
 

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I have a python I was thinking about putting up for trade so I had spent some time looking up prices. I found that those that were original with box and papers were crazy expensive, but I found that the prices for well used ones or non originals seemed to be stabilizing or going down a little. Mine doesn't have the original grips (pachmayr rubber with colt medallions instead) and I thought about getting a set just to increase potential trade/resale value.

It never hurts to put it up for sale on GB with a reserve and see how things go.

Very good points. I prefer mine to look like this.:wink:



 
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