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Posted: 11/5/2009 5:06:57 PM EST
Looking at buying, not selling. I just don't want to overpay.
Link Posted: 11/5/2009 5:34:41 PM EST
Different regions will vary a bit on value as much as $50-75, IMO. But a ANIB would probably sell around $500-600 these days, possibly a bit lower. The collector demand on these aren't all that great yet prime specimens often bring higher pricing. Just depends on how much you like the gun, IMO.

The trigger can be made a good bit more smooth with just a bit of gunsmithing.
Link Posted: 11/5/2009 5:58:45 PM EST
Originally Posted By BobCole:
Different regions will vary a bit on value as much as $50-75, IMO. But a ANIB would probably sell around $500-600 these days, possibly a bit lower. The collector demand on these aren't all that great yet prime specimens often bring higher pricing. Just depends on how much you like the gun, IMO.

The trigger can be made a good bit more smooth with just a bit of gunsmithing.


Thanks for the heads-up. I like the pistol well enough, and the price isn't bad. I don't have any local gunsmiths I would trust with it though, unless I wanted the trigger job done with a hacksaw and an arc welder. If I buy it, I might send it to S&W for a trigger job, if they would do it.

The 59 is one of the few S&W semi-automatics that interests me, aside from the 1076.
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