Smith and Wesson 586-3 $600

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  1. jrk15

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  2. PuddleMonkey

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    There's nothing wrong with your price, if you were down south I'd be all over this. Don't let any of these e-tards low ball you, that's a damn fine revolver and worth every cent.


    It wouldn't hurt to have some better/larger photos, some shots up close of the bluing and maybe an open cylinder pic of the forcing cone.
     
  3. Brutus57

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    It is a damn nice revolver.
     
  4. coop44

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    Don't listen to puddle, 600 gives you a little wiggle room if you want to sell it fast, if you are willing to wait it will sell for your asking price.

    I think a -3 dates it to mid 80's, plastic box may not be correct, but at least you have "a" box. WTH do all the dang boxes go anyway? I still have all the boxes and cases all my guns came in.
     
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    It's mandatory to listen to the Monkey, if anyone lowballs you tell them they're free to go buy a new one for $800 - $900. Tell them to enjoy their lock & MIM parts too. If someone knocks the target grips feel free to drop the price $25 so they can buy the cheap rubber grips, then put the original grips on ebay where they sell for $100 - $250 depending on condition.
     
  6. RangerEric

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    I concur with "the Monkey" on all points. $600 is a great deal.
     
  7. coop44

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    I never listen to the monkey, he can be bribed with fresh fruit.
     
  8. fireninja13

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    Assuming it is in good shape $600 is a very fair price. I'd be contacting you to have a look if you lived in Oregon.

    Good luck!
     
  9. jrk15

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    Thanks for the info guys. Price drop to $550 obo if gone within the next couple days. Need it gone before leaving for elk camp.
     
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