2 years ago#1
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hi i have a colt 45 john wayne replica gun serial number 151284 it has no case but is in a really good condition could you please give me a rough estimate

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2 years ago#2
Bert H.
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Hello,

Is it a pistol or a lever-action carbine?

Bert H.

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2 years ago#3
Phil
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Hello

I have an item to sell, how do I go about doing it?

The John Wayne Western Commemorative .45 Single Action.

Serial No 151284.

Look forward to your reply.

Phil

Northern Ireland.

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2 years ago#4
MingoFrank
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Is this the Franklin Mint non-firing replica??

Mingo

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2 years ago#5
Phil
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Hello,

Yes it is, it's the Franklin Mint non-firing replica. I also have the framed picture mount which it can be placed onto and then put onto the wall.

I also have the documents for it too.

I am wanting to sell this item, where and how is best to do this.

How much would it be worth.

Regards

Phil

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2 years ago#6
MingoFrank
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Phil,

That's going to be a hard sell, I believe. I searched through gunbroker.com, which has an entire section for non-firing guns and in 16 pages of listings ( almost 700) found only a couple with even one bid.

There's a couple of the John Wayne sets with reserves of $200+ with no bids.

These were pretty nice display pieces, but with the anti-gun climate here in the US as of late, anyone buying guns are buying real ones. I would think that there wold be a European market for this.

I believe eBay still accepts listings of non-guns, so I would try that first to cover the local market.

Hope that helps,

Mingo
Éirinn go brách

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2 years ago#7
Phil
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Big thanks from Northern Ireland.
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