FN Barracuda???

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    Question FN Barracuda???

    Anyone know what these are worth?

    A local shop has one for a fairly decent sounding price but I've never seen one in a shop here at all. It has fixed sights and is sort of
    L frame in size by my guess. By looking it also appears to be NIB.

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    To show my ignorance Ed - never come across one!!

    So - your description suggests a revo yeah? I wonder if a pic out there on web somewhere.
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    Yep it's a revolver, though I never asked to takea close look I found out somehad an optional 9mm cylinder.

    Here's a link to a pic: http:www.wapahani.com/ref.html

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    Ahh - thx Ed - I feel more edumificated It appears to have some Smithlike features like cyl release button and hammer looks quite huge! From that source tho I daresay a well made gun.

    Be tempting to pick one up for collection value as well as shooting - nice to have probably.


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    Quote Originally Posted by P95Carry
    Be tempting to pick one up for collection value as well as shooting - nice to have probably.

    Saw this one on GB http://gunbroker.com/Auction/ViewItem.asp?Item=49577613


    $350 and just down the road from you.

    Hell...if I had the money I'd probably snag it up.

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    The overall look reminds me of the Astra Police revolver.
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    Quote Originally Posted by srfl
    The overall look reminds me of the Astra Police revolver.
    Ah ha! I thought it looked familar!

    You don't think there's a connection do you???

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    It'd be a dandy addition to a collection just because of the 9mm capability. There's also the Charter Arms Bulldog Pug in .44spl that sounds like a nice li'l wheelie too though. Decisions, decisions.
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