Colt Anaconda Value?

Discussion in 'Guns For Sale' started by Sealesniper, May 12, 2012.

  1. Sealesniper

    Sealesniper Well-Known Member

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    I have a Colt Anaconda 44 mag that I bought new about 15 years ago. I was curiuos as to what the going value of the pistol might be. Does anyone have a good and fair market value? It is stainless, with black rubber Colt grips and factory open sights. Very accurate out to 75 yards from a bench.

    Thanks

    Roger
     
  2. kidsgun

    kidsgun Member

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    Gunbroker currently shows 103 Anacondas.
    You should be able to see what the market is doing.
     

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    rancilio Well-Known Member

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    kmecjohnson New Member

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    What barrel length? Do you have any pictures?
     
  5. Sealesniper

    Sealesniper Well-Known Member

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    10" barrel. I am really just trying to get (and have gotten) information on its fair market value. I am not trying to sell this pistol. Thank you for all the interest and for the help evaluating is value.
     
  6. Bronson90

    Bronson90 Well-Known Member

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    I recently sold a 6" SS model that had about 200 rounds through it for $1,250 and it included the following...

    6" SS Colt Anaconda (SN#: MM484XX)
    Bianchi #111 Cyclone Leather (Right Hand)
    4 - HKS 29 Speedloaders
    MTM Case-Gard 100 (P-100-44)
    MTM Case-Gard E50 Series (E50-35)
    88 rnds Winchester UMC 180gr SP
    37 rnds Hornady Custom 240gr XTP
    Original Colt Blue Hard Case
    Original Colt Manual w/ SN Inside
    Original Handwritten Sales Receipt (from 12/92)

    Good luck!!!
     
  7. Sealesniper

    Sealesniper Well-Known Member

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    Thank you for the information. I still have the original blue box, manual and sales receipt.
     
  8. Bronson90

    Bronson90 Well-Known Member

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    It certainly made mine worth more to the person who bought it...

    good luck!!!
     
  9. SidecarFlip

    SidecarFlip Well-Known Member

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    Selling guns is like selling a car. If the buyer really wants a particulat model, chances are they will pay a premium price. case in point, I bid on a WW2 German officers Luger with holster in what I considered clunky condition and a pair of S&W 9mm revolvers never fired, consecutive serial numbers with boxes, in bristol condition.

    The Luger went at a ridiculous price, well over 2 grand and I got both Smith's for 800 bucks. The S&W's are very collectable. Smith made just over 10,000 of that model and no more.