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Discussion in 'Handgun Classifieds' started by Sagaba, Aug 8, 2012.

  1. Sagaba

    Sagaba Federal Way, WA Active Member

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    Special 1776-1976 bicentennial "Liberty Edition" marked on receiver, 6" barrel, adjustable sights, .357 magnum/.38 special. Comes with 2 different sets of factory wood grips, original box, original paperwork. Time capsule find. $550

    I recently bought this a backwoods protection gun pretty much sight unseen but it's WAY too nice for that. I'd feel awful carrying it or shooting it. Near mint condition. Only one fixable blemish along backstrap from sitting in box for almost 40 years. Bluing is glossy and rich. No holster wear whatsoever. It's a true collectors piece as it looks like it came off the factory line the other day. Cylinder ring has barely started to etch. Only 38 rounds downrange. I wanted a shooter so if you can trade me another .357 or .44 mag plus cash I can do that, stainless 4" gp100 would be awesome as I had one and sold it awhile back and miss it. Otherwise mostly looking for cash unless it's something unusual or cool or deeply in my favor.


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    Sagaba Federal Way, WA Active Member

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    Added picture. Anything that looks like bluing wear is actually reflected light.
     
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    Sagaba Federal Way, WA Active Member

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    Dropped to $550 if you buy it in the next few days! Then it goes back up. My original asking price is more than fair considering age and condition but I need the money for down-payment.
     
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