1964. Value depends upon several things. Condition, original box, papers, length of barrels are some. Go to one of the used gun sites like gunbroker.com to compare. I will tell you not to sell it for less than $1,700 if it is in the condition you think. Google Browning the salt problem.
In poor storage with minor rust expect a $300.00 tag with the new demand on these. If in excellent condition expect a $500.00 tag. Lightning is a run of 500 made, although the demand is far greater for the Mustang at an average of $700.00 and up, and an even bigger demand for the Pony which is a DAO and has a very long trigger pull. The Pony .380 can easily pull $700.00 to $1200.00 probably because it was only made for about 2 years, 1997 & 1998 from what I have been told.
your colt is a 1898 model & I understand you don't need a license to buy it as an antique.........value depends on condition overall
Can't be answered unless you provide a detailed description of all markings, finish, barrel length, condition, accessories, box, papers, etc..
Many factors determine value. Model, grade, originality and condition. Depending on condition and model, you can look up your gun in the Blue Book of Gun values. See link below.
Need a detailed description of finish, condition, box, papers, all features and markings.
Depends on what configuration. The Broadway Trap was available in Lightning, Field, etc, in the Superposed. Unfortunately, the Broadway Trap is less desireable to collectors than field guns, particulary 26" guns with open chokes. In excellent condition with fitted Browning case, it would sell around $1000-$1400
Yes. Lightning is very attracted to water; it is an excellent conductor of electricity. a surfer in Cornwall was struck while surfing
your colt lightning was made in 1884 and while you do not state the condition of the gun ,its price range is $650.00 for a speciman in 50% condition up to $1,775.00 in 100% (new in the box condition.)
If it is all original it can fetch up to $1000-$1500
depending on condition of your revolver it would be worth 775.00 dollars in 50% condition up to 1,000 in 70% condition.
about $300 in great condition.
depending on the condition if it in good condition a used one should be around a hundred dollars.
the human body contains water and sodium- an excellent combination for conduction
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Depending on condition 10-10000 USD