S/42 only not "G" marked 1936 instead. All matching numbers along with two matching mags, tool and holster. That one stays with me.
Originally Posted By Milo5:
Well, thev $2100 offer should tell you the gun is worth a bit more than that.
You might realize $2500 on a good day but the $2100 would be worthy of considering if you want something else.
I had no idea it was worth that. Well, I guess I just have to find a buyer. I like it but even my grandfather had thought of selling it. The other one will never be sold. That stays in the family.