Colt 4x Manual

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Have seen some fearmongers pushing that Colt is now out of business since they filed for bankruptcy and that their guns will never be made again,usually the same guys selling 6920s for $2200 with banned for sale on the tag. Physical data c7 family weapons are direct gas operated, have rotating bolts and are 5.56 mm calibre. The barrel rifling has 6 grooves and has a rate of twist of 1 in 17.8 cm. Find colt scope for sale at GunBroker.com, the world's largest gun auction site. You can buy colt scope with confidence from thousands of sellers who list every day.

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Have seen some fearmongers pushing that Colt is now out of business since they filed for bankruptcy and that their guns will never be made again,usually the same guys selling 6920s for $2200 with banned for sale on the tag. So in other words people lying through their teeth and idiots buying it. Also, Colt revolvers, Pythons being the main one, it isn't surprising if that has pushed the prices of other old Colts up, I mean, American Rifleman ran an article that if one were to just glance through it that Colt Pythons are worth now $20K, which ain't true as far as I am concerned, more so since the 20K colt was a NIB Python, not a used no box, manual, ect, beater, but is has resulted in me seeing guying marking Colt revolvers at $5k and well up from there to include 7K and one guy looking for 12k.

Have seen some fearmongers pushing that Colt is now out of business since they filed for bankruptcy and that their guns will never be made again,usually the same guys selling 6920s for $2200 with banned for sale on the tag. So in other words people lying through their teeth and idiots buying it. Also, Colt revolvers, Pythons being the main one, it isn't surprising if that has pushed the prices of other old Colts up, I mean, American Rifleman ran an article that if one were to just glance through it that Colt Pythons are worth now $20K, which ain't true as far as I am concerned, more so since the 20K colt was a NIB Python, not a used no box, manual, ect, beater, but is has resulted in me seeing guying marking Colt revolvers at $5k and well up from there to include 7K and one guy looking for 12k.

Haha, yeah, I cut out that Python article and put it in the safe with the Python, which I have sworn never to sell other than back to the seller who sold it to me - for $600. A 1957 that had one cylinder shot through it. Ford Focus Ac Repair Manual.

Interesting thought about the Bankruptcy. I always laugh when I see 'Preban' or green labels, identical to current models, but 'old' starting at $2000+ that get no bids.

But this SP1 thing is different, it's just like they Pythons. These things really are selling for big bucks, and they haven't been made for about 30 years.

Haha, yeah, I cut out that Python article and put it in the safe with the Python, which I have sworn never to sell other than back to the seller who sold it to me - for $600. A 1957 that had one cylinder shot through it. Interesting thought about the Bankruptcy. I always laugh when I see 'Preban' or green labels, identical to current models, but 'old' starting at $2000+ that get no bids. But this SP1 thing is different, it's just like they Pythons. These things really are selling for big bucks, and they haven't been made for about 30 years. My guess, and I will make a point to say it is a guess, albeit maybe a bit educated, is that they are going through the same thing as the Pythons, they old, not made anymore, Colt, and maybe collectable so some people are investing in them.

That they are ARs can't hurt. If that is the case then it is just the start, maybe, might go up might not, I ain't a market expert and I ain't psychic though some expect me to be. The Python bubble, as investments, is going to burst, mark my words.

I may not be soon, but if things keep going up like they are, then it is going to crash and people are going to end up like the guys who paid 3k for a DPOS AR Sportical to find out it only worth $450 because it is used. Since the SP1s are pre-ban, this makes them a big commodity in those ban states. They will command high price tags.

Here in the South, and other gun-friendly states, the market value is not as high. Heck, I bought my pristine 1977 SP1 a few years ago for only $1K. I bought a really nice 1981 SP1 Carbine just a couple years ago for $1800. The book values are much higher, but the market down here will not support those values. As far as prices are concerned, they are not going to get any cheaper.

They will continue to climb and, in ban states, they will be astronomical. Since the SP1s are pre-ban, this makes them a big commodity in those ban states. They will command high price tags.

Here in the South, and other gun-friendly states, the market value is not as high. Heck, I bought my pristine 1977 SP1 a few years ago for only $1K.

Rto 14710 Service Manual. I bought a really nice 1981 SP1 Carbine just a couple years ago for $1800. The book values are much higher, but the market down here will not support those values. As far as prices are concerned, they are not going to get any cheaper. They will continue to climb and, in ban states, they will be astronomical. Have to agree with the ban states declaring that they are able to be grandfathered in as legal (stupid to ban a gun in the first place imo).