3 years ago#1
Guest
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I have a Rohm 22 cal RG10,made in Germany.What is it worth?

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3 years ago#2
jayman7051
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have a Rohm 22 cal RG10,made in Germany.What is it worth?

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3 years ago#3
rboatright
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Best possible answer: It's value is zero.

Next best answer: You can probably get $25 at a pawn shop.

The Rohm RG-10 revolver is a notoriously dangerous "Saterday night special" poorly made gun in which frequently the cylinder does not align with the barrel and when you pull the trigger as much lead may come out the sides of the gun as out the front.

They have a HORRIBLE reputation. They break after very little use.

The BEST thing you can do is break the hammer off with a pair of pliers and then save the gun until the next "buy back" offer and turn it in for the money.

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3 years ago#4
MICHIGAN
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I have the same gun in my posesion, we would like to sell it also.. it was used as a protection gun in an rv. the gun store was looking @ 50 bucks if lucky. for that price we will just hold on to it.. Good luck with yours,
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2 years ago#5
Andyman25
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I think little. I have one, as well, but am looking for a psrts gun. Will you sell yours?

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2 years ago#6
Andyman25
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I just called you. Left message. I am wondering how we each can protect ourselves from scams..? You are in Colorado, I am in Washington State..

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2 years ago#7
Phil
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I will sell you mine very cheap

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2 years ago#8
andyman25
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Where are you? I am in Seattle.

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2 years ago#9
D
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you would have to pay me to take the gun out of your hands. I have one that I bought in the early '60's for about $10. and you would be fortunate to get that for it today. The proverbial Saturday Night Special!

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