King Cobra

WestTn Huntin man

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I wanted to take advantage of the Handgun knowledge here and check approximate value on a pistol. Stainless steel 4" Colt KIng Cobra 357 . Lightly used purchased new around 1987 or 88. a few light surface scratches. Appreciate any input.
 

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You can buy them new for around a grand. You might find someone that would pay a premium for an older gun, but that price would be dependent on "Lightly used" and "a few light surface scratches". High quality pictures showing detail would be required to do anything more than compare it to the cost of a new one.

You can do a search on Gun Broker of guns that have actually sold and see what they sold for. And then compare them to what you have.
 

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You can buy them new for around a grand. You might find someone that would pay a premium for an older gun, but that price would be dependent on "Lightly used" and "a few light surface scratches". High quality pictures showing detail would be required to do anything more than compare it to the cost of a new one.

You can do a search on Gun Broker of guns that have actually sold and see what they sold for. And then compare them to what you have.
 

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Im amazed at how the price Colt revolvers have increased years ago I sold a king Cobra for 385.00 and made money on it, bought a blued Python for 650.00, Pythons are now over 2000.00
 

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Without seeing its hard to say. No box or paperwork in the condition you described, probably in the 1500-2000 range if you're not desperate.
 

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You can buy them new for around a grand. You might find someone that would pay a premium for an older gun, but that price would be dependent on "Lightly used" and "a few light surface scratches". High quality pictures showing detail would be required to do anything more than compare it to the cost of a new one.

You can do a search on Gun Broker of guns that have actually sold and see what they sold for. And then compare them to what you have.
New ones are completely different. His is based off the Trooper mk5 platform. Totally different gun.
 

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