Price is negotiable based on what it's true value is/should be. I inherited this gun from my grandfather who purchased it in 1932 or 1933. It is a 1932 Colt .38 Detective Special. Square bottom wood stock, not the rounded one that came later. Firearm number 411007. You can look it up to confirm the gun and year. The gun has been in a safe for the past 70 years or so. The gun does fire and works perfectly as I just fired 2 shots through it to confirm and then thoroughly cleaned the gun. I have a lot of pictures of the gun and it is in almost perfect shape. I have the orginal box, instruction booklet, signed test fire pattern sheet, muzzle brush and even the cloth moisture obsorbing bag. I'm not a gun collector but have been told this gun is worth a lot to the right collector. I'm selling it or may trade for a Colt AR-15. I'm not sure what the proper price should be so those experts out there that really know and can provide qualified feedback will determine my final price. I was told by one gun collector that it was worth at least $2500 with the original box and other items and because of the rarity of this particular gun/year/model. Maybe he was crazy but please let me know how to value it properly and make the offer. Please don't yank my chain because that's just a waste of everyone's time. Thank you.
I ship when payment clears/confirmed.
Maybe for a Colt AR-15.