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Something I picked up recently and wondering what it's worth:



Serial# 70SCXXXXX, Has brushed nickel finish and appears to have very few rounds through it. Finish is 95% in my estimation.

Rick



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Nice looking critter. It varies by region, but here in the NW it would sell for around $600.
 

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Bandit,, that Commander looks like the one that my first ex-wife took with her, what a loss,,,the gun of course.

I will guess the price for such a fine speciman in the $600 range and maybe a little more.
 

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Originally posted by JSP:

Bandit

Nice piece - hope you're gonna leave it stock. Have you shot it?
Put 50 rounds of ball and 20 rounds of Winchester Silvertips through it last weekend. Reliable and sights are dead on for me. It will be left as is and shot only occasionally.


BTW $600 is what I paid for it..
Rick

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[This message has been edited by Bandit (edited 06-02-2001).]
 

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$550-$625

I just bought a NIB series 70 blued Combat Commander for $700, it was an extra clean example. Good rollmarks, straight "flats" etc..

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I saw two identical to what you pictured above just this past week. One was .45 and the other .38 Super. Both were around $600 something.

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