What's a good price on a "Loaded" Springfield 1911A?

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  1. Scott_F

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    Stainless with the cocobolo grips. Good used price in very good condition? Thanks.
     


  2. JKTex

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    There's one NIB on Gunbroker now with a BIN price of $875.

    Depending on condition I'd guess it'd be worth $550-$700.
     
  3. navyguy

    navyguy TGT Addict

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    Not so sure about Stainless finish, but I bought my packerized very gently used, with cocobolo grips (which I replaced with aluminum) for $600. Sell said it had 300 rounds through it and although I just had to take him on his word for that, it showed very little wear. It's been a great gun. I replaced the trigger and the main spring, and was thinking about a drop in C&C action kit, but the two simple mods I did made it a pretty sweet shooter.

    Here it is with the stock grips, the with the thin aluminum grips.
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    I think the Loaded is a very good value. A solid frame if you care to do some custom work to it, or just leave it like it is and carry or shoot the hell out of it. It get's happier the more you shoot it.
     
  4. Scott_F

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    This one locally is priced at 575, plus 8% tax. Not that I really need another damn gun, but she sure caught my eye.
     
  5. Texas42

    Texas42 TGT Addict

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    Oh, come on. That isn't the attitude we want to hear here.

    : P
     
  6. Shorts

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    For a loaded that's good. For a bit the GI models (parkerized) run $549-$599.
     
  7. Scott_F

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    The problem is that I need to unload my Glock 30 before I can buy another pistol. I had planned on carrying the G30 until I tried the USPc45. Now the 30 must go!
     
  8. redhart

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    You always NEED another gun!!!We all do.
     

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