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Old December 29th, 2011, 08:01 AM   #1
 
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Good price for used .44 Redhawk?

For a nice used piece what's about the least to pay?



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Old December 29th, 2011, 08:40 AM   #2
 
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Least and MOST between $350 & $450
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Isn't that kind of cheap? Lowest I have found is $575 for a stainless 7.5"
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Old December 29th, 2011, 09:23 AM   #4
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I was thinking the same thing - I've never seen a used one under 500.

Perhaps someone is still living with 1984 prices?
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Least and MOST between $350 & $450
If you can find one for that price you better grab it if you need it or not.
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We don't pay a lot for guns around here and the cheapest I've seen one going for was $475, recently too.
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I would say around $500 would be a good price.
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One on broker for 575. Too much?
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I would say around $500 would be a good price.
What I paid for a LNIB
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Old December 29th, 2011, 06:56 PM   #10
 
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Last used one I saw was priced at $475. It looked to be in good shape and would have picked it up but had a 4" GP in my hand and it was exactly what I was looking for so didn't want to muddy the waters by handling the 44 Redhawk. I went back about 3 weeks later....GONE!
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I don't know what parts of the country you guys are in, or when the last time you were looking at Redhawk prices. Around here one for less than $700 is uncommon. Even on gunbroker it seems fairly rare for one to go for less than $600. I think the prices are so high because of the current difficulty in getting new ones. Distributors don't even have them.
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I got this one on gun broker for $449.95 plus $20.00 shipping. You would also have a transfer fee. It's also an SRH. Good luck.
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I carried a 1983 SS 7 1/2" model around a gun show for a couple hours last year. Hadn't shot in about 20 years. Like New. No serious bites at $500. Finally sold to a guy for $400 so my son could get a SS S&W 686 7-shot from a guy.
I see LOTS of 454, 500, etc. at shows for way less than they should be , used, like new.
I think most folks get them and then realize they are NOT REALLY that much fun to shoot, not much use unless hunting and expensive, especially once you go over the .44 mag.

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Personally I think the 454 Casull is a blast to shoot.
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Oh I kill me.

I do accept that they aren't for everyone, though.
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