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I paid 90 bucks for mine 2 years ago. Look at what this one is going for.

http://www.gunsamerica.com/guns/976287865.htm

They aren't too reliable, and mine needs to see a gunsmith, but they are fun to pop cans with at 10 feet. I got mine because of the history behind it I love old bulky small caliber Europeon pistols.

Don't know why kinda wierd huh?:thumbup1: lol

The next pistol I want is a Webley Revolver in .455
 

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He's looking for a sucker.
That thing's been refinished, too.
 

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Yeah, probably. There is another one on there for $249 lol. I wish I could sell mine for that.
 

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WOW ! I paid $35 for my Paramount 1915 (all the same really) in near perfect condition , a few years ago , except for the cracked grips. Time to cash in !

I bought it as a whim , figuring a $35 gun (that works 100% ) was too good to pass up.

They have an interesting history. I would shoot mine more often , but the .32 ammo costs as much as the pistol !
 

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They are fun little pistols. I need to get a smith to fix mine. A nieghbor of mine FUBARED mine.
 
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