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Post by Chris Miceli on Wed Apr 04, 2018 10:50 am

First topic message reminder :

https://www.gunbroker.com/item/761945352

if anyone wants to overpay for one here is your chance.  

No financial interested
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Re: 14-5 on gunbroker

Post by LenV on Sun Apr 08, 2018 4:57 pm

chopper wrote:Len, now that I have a model 14 want to try those Nills. What is the difference between Stippling and Rhomulas ?
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Here is the site to purchase the grips. Look at the pictures and the wording. You can still get the stippled grips in Xlg .

http://www.mactecsales.com/nill_k_frame_sb_s/1842.htm
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Re: 14-5 on gunbroker

Post by lyman1903 on Thu Apr 12, 2018 7:48 am

Aufidius wrote:Maybe there is something special here, but the BB is my guide:


FWIW, Blue book is a good tool for some prices, but it notoriously underpriced on some things, S&W revolvers being one of them

to better gauge what they are selling for,  create an account on Gunbroker, and search COMPLETED auctions ( you can only do this with an account)

ETA, keep in mind GB is a nationwide seller's venue, regional prices will still vary  on most things



that will show you final price for items sold, and what folks are willing to bid up to on items with a reserve

that being said, BB is good for descriptions, and features to make sure you are looking at the right item

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Re: 14-5 on gunbroker

Post by USSR on Thu Apr 12, 2018 10:05 am

lyman1903 wrote:
Aufidius wrote:Maybe there is something special here, but the BB is my guide:


FWIW, Blue book is a good tool for some prices, but it notoriously underpriced on some things, S&W revolvers being one of them

to better gauge what they are selling for,  create an account on Gunbroker, and search COMPLETED auctions ( you can only do this with an account)

ETA, keep in mind GB is a nationwide seller's venue, regional prices will still vary  on most things



that will show you final price for items sold, and what folks are willing to bid up to on items with a reserve

that being said, BB is good for descriptions, and features to make sure you are looking at the right item

+1.

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