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1965 Colt Official Police .22 Value

Hi All:

I have a an offer to trade a couple of my knives worth approx. $575 for a 1965 Colt Official Police .22 revolver in 80-85% condition. There are two very small areas of surface rust from sitting in a safe for 20+ years. This is not a gun I will keep if I make the trade but if it is worth doing I will make the deal. The gun has been shot but it does not have a lot of use. The wood grips are excellent condition.

Your thought please.

Thank You:
A quick Google says somewhere in the 7-800 range.
My first guess was if both knives are valued at $575 you couldn't get hurt much. I'm ASSuming that is full retail?;)
I would think it should be an easy gun to get rid of too.
It may be closer to the 500 range at 80%?
Good luck but you may like the gun more than you think you do!


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