Thread: Manurhin MR73
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Old May 26, 2021, 12:45 PM   #28
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Originally Posted by Centurion View Post
That's what I was talking about in several of my postings. I cannot see where Manurhin revolvers get such high value from.

Originally Posted by Centurion View Post
For me, it is not a matter of price, but of value. So my concern is still what is giving this revolvers its high value, other than their supposed resistance to a high quantity of high power cartridges shooting.

I think part of the value is the resale value down the years.

Pythons have become pricey, but clean old example will likely keep appreciating. Same for Swiss made Sig P210.

Like I said I bought mine new for $ 2000.- 12 years ago, now they cost $ 3000.-
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