#353045 - 07/08/12 10:37 PM
Rossi (Interarms) M851 .38 Special 4"
City or County: Midlothian
I just inherited, among several other firearms, a Rossi M851 .38 Revolver in stainless. It may have been fired a few times but is generally in outstanding condition. I'm told the revolver is about 30 years old.
It appears to be a Colt Diamondback clone and has a good heavy feel to it. I don't know much about Rossi revolvers so I am hoping the more knowledgeable among you could tell me something about it. Is is accurate and reliable? Worth keeping as a truck/bedside gun?
Also, should I choose to sell it, what would be a fair price?
Thanks everyone for your advice.
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So....lets say we find some property:
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