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I had one of these several years ago, and traded it off(like a dummy). Since I've gotten to wanting another one, they seem to have dried up.

What are the going prices? Brazilian is OK.

Thanks.
 

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Wow! I still see them (as shooter grade quality anyhow) for more like $350-$400 from time to time.
 

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WOW! I think the Brazilian I had went in the low $200's. But that was a few years ago. Shooter grade would be fine, if I could find one around here.
 

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Brazil contact 1937's are not going in the $700 range. Most still seem to float $200~$450 depending on condition. They do seem a bit harder to find these days. Last two I saw had been chopped up and modified.

I paid $125 for mine in the early 1990's and I'm not selling it. :D
 

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My dad has one. His is the genuine military one from the first world war. Great condition. It's a really cool gun. Looks mean as hell, too. Are those prices of 750-1000 for one like my dad has? If so I had no idea they were worth that much.
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I will agree with you all on the price range for the Brazilian models, if you can still find them, most I've seen are rode hard put away wet. I am referring to the real deal in 90% plus condition. :)
 
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