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    Junior Member Jake's Avatar
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    Colt .380 Govt. Pocketlite.......

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    I'd read about them, and thought I'd love to get one someday.

    I almost fell off my chair when I found this advertised in my local paper about 10-13 years ago.

    Kept it, shot it, found it to be mostly reliable in ammo feeding.

    I finally decided to sell it to fund another gun purchase a couple years ago.
    I think I let it go for $475.00, aprox the same or just a little more than I paid for it when I bought it used.

    It had scratches and was pretty rough in some spots.

    I wonder if I should have kept it and had it refinished and had the scratches/gouges removed.

    You rarely see these any more.

    Any thoughts you want to share?

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    Senior Member Baldy's Avatar
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    Ones in mint condition are going for a grand around here. Wife wanted one and it cost me my SP-101 .357 and about $50 in change a year ago. I had it gone through by my gunsmith and it's a little shooter. They quit making them around 93 or 94 I think. Hers is a 1992 model.

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