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Rossi Model 841 SS .38 special

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Wow.  I bought this exact gun for my then-girlfriend in the mid-1980s.  It worked fine the few times we took it out shooting.  I'm doubtful she fired it much after we went our separate ways, but I spoke to her in 2014 and she said she still had it.

Parts will be hard to find if it needs any.  

If it's in working condition and it's cheap (say $200 or so) I'd probably be willing to buy it.



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IMO you would be lucky to get the revolver for $200. That would be a bargain. I would say more like $350. to 450. this day in time. Just purchased a new in the box S W 686 + 3" and shelled out 999,00. The revolver is worth whatever you decide to pay for it. If you want it, purchase it and don't look back. IMO worth more than the 2 mark, but it is your "Lollie" at stake here.  

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Thanks for the replies so far. Just learned that this will probably be gifted to me instead of me purchasing it. The owner is a recent widow and I have done some odd jobs for her so this is her appreciation for my help. 

If I do accept it, I will probably list it here in the classifieds. Really do not need a another .38.

Please keep the replies coming!

Thanks again

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