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    A212 value?

    I'm back. I posted a question a few years ago asking the value of my Randall A212 Raider. I'm a little older and wiser now. I figured out there were only 76 a212s made and only 25 of the 10 groove fat barrels that I have. It's a round top slide with fixed sights. Dad and I bought it in 1984 from a dealer in Illinois. I guess they were made from February to December of 1984. Pretty cool. Does anyone know an approximate value? Just curious. I would also like to pick up a second magazine. We lost one over the years.

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    Mmmmm.....I got its' brother....

    Group shot!.jpg

    an' a coupla others....

    Southpaw Flat Top Combat Model.jpg

    Southpaw Round Top Service Model.jpg

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    Quote Originally Posted by TexasRedneck View Post
    Mmmmm.....I got its' brother....

    Group shot!.jpg

    an' a coupla others....

    Southpaw Flat Top Combat Model.jpg

    Southpaw Round Top Service Model.jpg
    That's not a brother, that looks more like a family reunion.

    BTW The one with the cuffs looks like my first duty gun. It had the rib on the slide.

    Nice collections. I'm envious.

    Bill

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    It's possible - but look again. Both of those are [I]southpaw[I] models......

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