WTB WA Colt .357

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To tell the truth I don't. Most I have seen have been the 6" version, but I like the lines of the 4". The 6" seems to be the most popular for some reason, and I've had two contacts from people who were selling a 6" version. If you have an idea on what you might be asking you can PM me if you like. Thanks for the contact.
 
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have a really nice 1969 Colt Trooper 357, strong 95+ condition. only minor handling marks, I believe it to only have a hundred or so rounds total.

I bought it a few years back from the original owner, comes with original box and factory test target.

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That is a beautiful Trooper. I'm really looking for a three-fifty-seven, but I could be tempted. What is your asking price ?
 
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Thanks. Let me think about it. I really am looking for a three-fifty-seven, which is the Colt model, not the caliber.
 
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I think it is the period you have before 357 in your title that makes it confusing, as that makes it a bullet caliber and of course a super common Colt one at that.. Well that and fact the Colt model 357 is not a common firearm with something like 12,000 sold.
I have never seen one in person myself but as a fan and owner of Pythons I am sure it is a great gun, good luck!
 
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I think it is the period you have before 357 in your title that makes it confusing, as that makes it a bullet caliber and of course a super common Colt one at that.. Well that and fact the Colt model 357 is not a common firearm with something like 12,000 sold.
I have never seen one in person myself but as a fan and owner of Pythons I am sure it is a great gun, good luck!
 
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Thanks....you are exactly right. Not sure why I formatted it like that. I tried to edit to title....no luck.
I'll probably just re-post the ad with the correct title.
And you are right......it is not a very common Colt. I have had one in the past, and was a dummy for selling it.
 

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