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Colt Peacekeeper


mootw

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The Peacekeeper was simply the Trooper Mark V with a flat black bead blasted finish.  During the big Colt strike of the mid-1980's Colt didn't have enough experienced polishers to give the entire line the bright blue polished finish, so they offered a limited line of un-polished flat black finished revolvers.  6 inch barrel.  Pachmayr rubber "Gripper" with Gold Colt medallions.

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22 hours ago, 10-Ring said:

Where do these fall value wise with a comparable blued model?

I honestly have no idea.  I know they are somewhat rare.  If you find out, let me know.  I also have a Colt Model 357 which is the first Colt revolver chambered in .357 mag.  I think they only made 15,000 of them back in the early 1950's in an effort to compete with Smith & Wesson.  I have no idea how to price it either.  Will have to do some research.  Time to start thinning the herd.

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Traditionally the Peacekeeper never brought big money. It was always a 600-1000 gun. The .357 is collectible. Unless the condition is pristine they usually bring in the 900-1600 range. 5-8 years ago they brought more but have fallen off a little recently. 
 

Now this is pre COVID pricing. The way things are now the  value could be higher. Get on gunbroker advanced search and look at actual sold guns for value. Don’t look at what people are asking. 

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21 minutes ago, KahrMan said:

Traditionally the Peacekeeper never brought big money. It was always a 600-1000 gun. The .357 is collectible. Unless the condition is pristine they usually bring in the 900-1600 range. 5-8 years ago they brought more but have fallen off a little recently. 
 

Now this is pre COVID pricing. The way things are now the  Amur could be higher. Get on gunbroker advanced search and look at actual sold guns for value. Don’t look at what people are asking. 

Thank you, my friend.  Also........Happy Easter!

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