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Thread: What is my Charles Daly .45 worth...update for 2015.

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    What is my Charles Daly .45 worth...update for 2015.

    I still have my CD Tactical and have thought about selling it, as it has not been shot or carried in several years now...I have been seeing a VERY FEW for sale online for around $500, and this seems to be regardless of the model, so long as the condition is right. This is pretty interesting, since it seems many were sold for around $400 and that NEW Armscor pistols can be bought for around $400 and up at some dealers.

    I am still not sure if I want to sell it...It is the pistol - the firearm - I have had longest, and I still like the feel and look of it...we shall see.

    IF anyone has better recent selling price information, please post if you will. Thanks, and AGAIN, thanks to this great site for keeping our small group alive.


    ADDED- I see I have been a member here since September, 2004...11 years now! Thanks for putting up with me for all these years...this is a great site!

    Mark
    Last edited by dogngun; 25th September 2015 at 11:51.


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    Quote Originally Posted by dogngun View Post
    What is my Charles Daly .45 worth
    you say that you have been seeing a VERY FEW for sale online for around $500, so I would say about 500$ but I do not think that the sellers are getting what they are asking.
    I would say about 350-400$ maybe. CD's do not bring very much anyways, they make a nice Browning HP clone from what I have heard but I would never buy a CD. CD's are not known for what brings in the higher prices like fit and finish and quality workmanship. They will kill a man no doubt but they just do it cheaper

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    Please read some of the posts in the CD group and the ARMSCOR group regarding the accuracy and reliability of these pistols. Or just read this review...

    http://ezine.m1911.org/CDEFS.htm

    You can pay 3 or 4 times the price of a CD and not get a better functioning or more accurate pistol...I have been shooting 1911 types for 45 years and I am familiar with them...I don't see many for sale at all.
    Last edited by dogngun; 8th October 2015 at 16:58.


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