What is the value of a Titan handgun 32 cal?
$50-$100. These were not expensive firearms.
The value of a Titan handgun 32 cal is $159.99.
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Can't be answered without knowing the maker, condition, barrel length, finish, condition, type of action, type of stock and type of sights.
I'm a little confused here. The model 1906 Winchester was a 22 slide action (pump) and not offered in any other caliber. I will assume that this is a model 1905 and answer accordingly. The year of manufactur for this gun was 1907. Value of course depends on condition. A very high condition unmodifie…d firearm might bring $750 to $800 if you were patient enough to wait for the right buyer. A junker, though still working, probably around $250. Do not expect your local gunshop to give this much as they need to make a profit. (MORE)
The Model 19 was never made in 32 caliber. No way to estimate value. Sn you list is not in the normal convention. Call S&W
about a hundred bucks I have one too, it's a keeper really because for some reason , they dont have much of a resale value.
I have an old 32 caliber Hopkins Allen pistol and am wondering what the value might be? *********** Depending on the particular model, and the condition, these are typically worth between $50-200. While there is a modest collector's interest in guns by Hopkins & Allen, they do not attract the follow…ing of Colt or S&W. (MORE)
The value of a Remington UMC 32 caliber pistol actually depends ona number of factors. Some of these factors include the age andcondition of the pistol.
I presume you're referring to a Rast-Gasser model 1895 8mm revolver. Price is very dependent on condition and markings, but they seem to be going for $200 to $500
.40 caliber rounds have become the replacement choice for Law Enforcement due to its superior ballistic properties to the 9mm. Muzzle energy and recoil are also more manageable in full size firearms than the .45, with a higher number of rounds available in a magazine. Usually 10 or 15. The Smi…th and Wesson model M+P in .40 caliber, is a polymer pistol that has evolved into a very reliable high capacity firearm, along with others, has changed the dynamic of personal defense and law enforcement. (MORE)
if it was the one carried by Doc Holiday at the OK corral ..name your price.
As far as taking it apart, it depends on the model. Check your user manual. If you don't have one, call the manufacturer.
Depends on condition that is key, from $200 to $800 NEW IN BOX w/ accessories.
You will need the services of a professional appraiser. However, before you go to that expense, you should spend 50USD and get it lettered by S&W. You could have something that someone made instead of a factory piece.
The collector value of your 1895 vintage Model 1894 can only be assessed by a visual inspection & evaluation. Old Winchesters are very much like old classic automobiles... the graded condition and factory originality are the key factors in determining what they are truly worth.
The barrel should be octagon (8-sided) versus hexagon (6-sided).. The collector value can only be assessed by a visual inspection & evaluation. Old Winchesters are very much like old classic automobiles... the graded condition and factory originality are the key factors in determining what they are… truly worth.. Bert H. (MORE)
Depends on condition, condition, and condition... From $350 to $1,000 for like new in the box.
The collector value can only be determined by a visual inspection & evaluation.. Bert H.
$1-$200, depending on condition and model. The H&R was a well built but modest cost gun when new.
The collector value can only be assessed by a visual inspection & evaluation. Old Winchesters are very much like old classic automobiles... the graded condition and factory originality are the key factors in determining what they are truly worth.. Bert H.
Can't be answered without a DETAILED description of ALL markings, barrel length, finish, grips, sights, box, accessories, papers, condition.
The collector value can only be assessed by a visual inspection & evaluation. Old Winchesters are very much like old classic automobiles... the graded condition and factory originality are the key factors in determining what they are truly worth.
Impossible to give an accurate answer without a detailed description of ALL markings, condition, box, papers, finish, grips, grip material, barrel, sights, magazines, accessories, papers, serial number.
Iberia hi point 40 caliber pistol's value in market is 150 USdollars. Hi point is a firearms manufacturer based in Ohio, UnitedStates.
Hopkins & Allen Arms Co. Fifty Years of Gunmaking 1867 - 1917 by Joseph T. Vorisek is about the best book on H&A.
As with any firearm, it is not possible to accurately appraise a gun without seeing it. Condition, and original configuration will determine value. Other factors such as rarity of caliber or guage and higher grades have significant impact on value. Recommend that you see a local gun dealer for an ap…praisal.. You can also do your own investigation by looking at other models being sold that are in the same condition as yours. Try the gunbroker.com or a periodical called "The Gun List". You may also reference the Blue Book of Gun Values which can be purchased on line at various retailers. (MORE)
If your pistol is a new police model 32 cal, your serial number dates to 1906. The value really depends on the condition. Take it to a gunsmith or appraiser or go to auctionarms.com to get an idea of what they are selling for.
About $300-350 in US dollars, depending on condition. The caliber is .380 ACP, known in Europe as 9mm Short (or Kurz, or Corto, depending on the country)
Depending upon condition of finish and mechanical parts - $325 down to $125 US. If engraved or plated with metals - value will be increased by an undetermined amount.
Basically impossible to answer without a detailed description of all markings, finish, condition, box, papers, engraving, accessories, type of action, sights, etc..
If it's a 1863 model then it would be a cap and ball model, not cartridge, and it would be about a 31 or 36 caliber. However, if the piece was converted to cartridge then it COULD be a 32 cal. cartridge.
Is there a difference 32 cal special ammo and regular 32 cal ammo for 32 detective special handgun revolver?
No such caliber as .32 Special. Use the caliber of ammo marked on the gun.
Without a detailed description of all features and markings, to include the serial number, the question can't be answered. It could be 10-1000 USD and 20-100 yrs old
Yes, depending on the model and condition, You did not hit the lottery, but there is some collector interest in these out-of-manufacture revolvers. We can't tell you how much without some info from you.
There is one at Sol's Pawn Shop on 32 & L Streets in Omaha NEfor sale at $89.00. It seems well enough made but the stock isMonte Carlo style and you cannot see the open sights due the stockbeing too high. It would require a scope added to the scope grooveson the action, or stock modification, to be …able to sight at atarget. It has been there 1-1/2 years now, nobody very interested.The price would be good if it didn't have that problem and somerust in the bore. (MORE)
These were made to fire the .32 S&W revolver cartridge. Made well after the black powder era, they should be able to use standard present day ammo.
Anywhere from $50-$200, depending on which model and condition. Quality of early Rossis was, well, it would be polite to say indifferent, but has improved.
I show that a marlin model 32 as a slide action?If that is the case,your 22 rifle was made between 1914-1915.the value is between 150-450 dollars depending on condition.
Trying to put a value on anything with just the limited information provided is hard to do. Value depends on a combination of many factors. You have only provided the most generic description. Without a detailed description to include, finish, barrel length, stock material, sights, box, original pap…erwork and any accessories, only a general estimate can be given. This weapon could be in the 10-200 USD price range more or less.. (MORE)
Value is driven by exact model (you did not say) and condition (you did not say). So we can't really say. It could be $100 for a well worn Mk1, or $450 for a like new MkII with a select barrel and sights. Stainless or blued also makes a difference in price.
Trying to put a value on anything with just the limited information provided is hard to do. Value depends on a combination of many factors. You have only providided the most generic description. Without a detailed description to include, finish, barrel length, stock material, sights, box, origiinal …paperwork and any accessories, only a general estimate can be given. This weapon could be in the 30-1750 USD price range more or less.. (MORE)
It depends on the model, but most handguns will have a takedown lever or pin of some kind. Check the owner's manual for the particular model you have.
these model 94,s are going for 350-500 dollars if it is a carbine model with 20in barrel and the blueing is about 60% or better.The wood finish should be about the same percentage.The barrel should not have any pitting or dark areas in the bore.If your model 94 has a octagon barrel in 26in length yo…u could easily get 100-150 dollars more.If you have a take down model,or special wood,or engraving then you could easily double the above price as long as the overall condition is as described above or better. (MORE)
Trying to put a value on anything with just the limited information provided is hard to do. Value depends on a combination of many factors. You have only providided the most generic description. Without a detailed description to include, finish, barrel length, stock material, sights, box, origiinal …paperwork and any accessories, only a general estimate can be given. This weapon could be in the 30-300 USD price range more or less.. (MORE)
Well- a couple of problems- the first being that is not stainless steel. In 1929, they did not make stainless steel revolvers- likely is nickel plated. Second, value of ANY firearm is based on exact make, model, condition, and originality. There are TONS of revolvers marked 32 S&W that are NOT made …by Smith & Wesson- 32 S&W is the CALIBER of the gun, not the make. Unless it bears the S&W logo and address, it was made by someone else. Your best chance of an accurate appraisal will be to visit a local gun shop of gun show, where a hands on assessment can be made. If you have additional information, you can contact me through my message board, and will try to help. (MORE)
Value of ANY gun is based on exact make, model, and condition. Not all guns marked .32 S&W Long were MADE by S&W- that is the caliber, not necessarily the make. You will need to visit a gunsmith or gun show for a hands on appraisal.
This rifle will bring between 475-1,650 dollars or more for a rifle having between 10%-70% of its original finish remaining,and a good bore.If you have a takedown model,then you could add 25% to the above listed values.
Your rifle will bring between 200-350 dollars,depending on the overall condition of the wood and metal and a good bore.
If you have a Smith and Wesson 32 double action it would date from 1880-1882.If you have a 32 safety Hammerless,this would date from 1902-1909.If you have a 32 hand Ejector series and model 30-31 this would date from 1910-1917.If you have a 32-20 Winchester hand Ejector this would date from 1915-194…0.The value would be impossible to determine without the correct model,overall condition,and bore condition. (MORE)
This is an obsolete cartridge that is no longer in regular production. There are rumors that Aguilla may produce a small batch.
Gun shops. That can include SOME sporting goods stores (that have a dealer's license) and SOME pawnshops (that have a dealer's license)
We need make, model and condition to give an approximation of value. We need all 3. You gave us none of the 3. Sorry-