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Old October 16, 2011, 07:16 PM   #4
Eghad
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If he bought it in 2009 it should have been graded and sold at that price for that grade. Unless he personally handpicked at the store it and got lucky I suspect he might get what he paid for it or a little less.

Excellent means that it has 95% of the finish on the wood and metal which means like a practically new gun.

Plus we don't have any pictures to look at. plus we don't know what it gauged.
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