Model 60, Whats it worth?

This is a discussion on Model 60, Whats it worth? within the Defensive Carry Guns forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Originally Posted by AKsrule At first it sounds high - but if it's LNIB (even with no box ) it's not really too bad - ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by AKsrule View Post
    At first it sounds high - but if it's LNIB (even with no box )
    it's not really too bad - local means no shipping.

    I would certainly go $400 If I wanted a really nice shooter.
    I emailed the guy and offered $400.00. Have'nt heard back. I don't really need the gun, I just WANT the gun. But I'm not willing to let go of much $$ right now.

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    To an uneducated guy like me, it looks pretty cool.

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    No price is to high, if it's worth it to you.
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    My father bought one at the York Gun Show in late October - paid $375 out the door. It was used, but like new - looked like it certainly wasn't fired much. It came with a case and paperwork. I've since seen several others at shows. Prices seem to be running about $375-400 for used but in very nice condition. I'm in PA, so it may be different other places.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Munsterman View Post
    My father bought one at the York Gun Show in late October - paid $375 out the door. It was used, but like new - looked like it certainly wasn't fired much. It came with a case and paperwork. I've since seen several others at shows. Prices seem to be running about $375-400 for used but in very nice condition. I'm in PA, so it may be different other places.
    Sounds about right to me. $350-$400.00, no more. In the pictures shown this gun does not look even close to LNIB.

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    I have the same model gun, mine is 1987 vintage, IIRC, in my area pre lock wheelers can be had for $350, I would go $400 if in fact it was NIB with all paperwork!! Looks like I need to sell my guns whers some of y'all live!!

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    Sounds like a pretty good price to me, I've got one and it is a great BUG.
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    $350 to 400 max.

    They are great guns but not for 475 used.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CowboyKen View Post
    Sounds about right to me. $350-$400.00, no more. In the pictures shown this gun does not look even close to LNIB.

    Ken
    I agree. Here is New in the box looking.





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    Well like I said, I offered $400.00 and that's a stretch for me. Haven't heard back from the guy.

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    For LNIB, with those grips, no box, if I needed another one, I'd pay $400. But that's about it.

    The .38 spl model 60 is a fine gun. I used to carry one daily.

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