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Old November 27, 2012, 10:18 AM   #17
Zhillsauditor
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I hate to say it, but a little bit of polishing will go a long way with the price for the right person. Personally, I try not to let the non-functional looks of a gun affect my decision (unless I'm buying just to collect), but I know that it does. Get a high shine on it, take some good photos, and $500-600 will not be a problem. Shoot, I'd take it for $500 if you were local.
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