WTS: Colt officers model .38: WA

WTS: Colt officers model .38: WA

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    WTS: Colt officers model .38: WA

    Good condition Colt officers model with pachmeyer grips. Includes cheap leather holster. Wood grips in good condition and some holster wear to blueing especially on tip of barrel. Stamped on gun" Colts PT FA mfg, CO Hartford CT USA PAT D Aug 5, 1884. July 4 1905. Oct 5 1926. My grandmothers gun, shes in a home now. I already have a few of these and don't really need another. (ouch it actually hurt to say that!!)

    Asking 400 obo. Sorry no trades right now.

    No shipping to california. Will ship asap when you send signed ffl via mail/fax. You are responsible for knowing the laws in your state pertaining this firearm. FTF OK IN WA STATE>WILL HAVE A BILL OF SALE AND WILL NEED A COPY OF DL
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    $$$$$$$$$$$

    Price drops to 350.00 plus shipping

    Merry Christmas

    -mac
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    Ok.......how about 340 including shipping.

    Merry Christmas!!!
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    330.oo including shipping

    Correction Colt Official Police also stamped on barrel.
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    300.00 plus shipping

    Thats as low as I'll go
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    One more try and I'm keeping it.
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    If I had $300 I'd buy it but I don't. I think that's a neat looking weapon and i'm surprised no one has taken you up on that!

    Sorry to hear about your Grandmother!

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    shes ok just wants to take it easy. Got lonely in huge house cooking for herself. Now she gets to play bingo and have people cook for her. (She could afford a pretty nice place!)

    I'm surprised too. I suppose the economy and the soon to be lack of assalt rifles has governed peoples spending habits.
    -mac
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