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Old 03-06-2009, 04:18 PM
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I have a Taurus 9mm PT-92AF 5 inch blue barrell that I purchased brand new in the mid 80s. The gun has never been fired and still has original tags, box and owners manual. Unfortunately I cant find the original receipt. Is this gun worth anything or should I just keep it? I know Taurus is not top of the line.;?
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Not an expert but do a search on and to get an idea what it's worth.
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I would not say taurus is the top of the line alot before them and others after them.Any gun unfired in the box with doc. are worth there highest price to be collectable. IMOA colt hand guns are the top for investment and resale.
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Follow Shag's advice for a starting point.
With the current market there's no telling what's right or wrong today.

I'd love a Python or any "snake gun" for that matter. I just haven't found the right one at the right price.
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