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Withdrawn/Please remove I have a DW 10mm Commander Classic that is in excellent condition. It hasn’t been shot much as you can see in the photos. I’m asking $1800 reduced to $1700 Reduced to $1600 for it shipped to your FFL.
Am I asking too much?
I would consider possible trades for something nice in 38 Super or 9x23.
Thanks for looking.
 

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Isn't that nice!
 

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another quick question...smooth or checkered mainspring housing? I know Valor's (step up and later models) have checkering...thought the older Classic's had smooth MSHs?
 
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Looks like you have a 2009 model. I have the same gun from the same year. These guns were $1000 back then. They have certainly increased in value. Problem is they have crept into pricing of other top tier guns and there is a lot more competition with guns that a I think are better built than the DW CBOB. You just have to find the right buyer. And a brand new CBOB in 45 can easily be had for under $1500 right now. GLWS though!

Mine happens to be one of the 100 factory two-tone versions that they offered in 2009 and mine is a single digit serial number. Last one like mine I saw was on GB a couple years ago and it sold for $2500 via Buy Now. It just takes the right guy. I’d give a lot more than that to find one of the consecutive serial numbers to my gun.
 

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It's very nice and I was in a search for one when I bought my Valor 10mm. It's always timing I guess!
 

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Looks like you have a 2009 model. I have the same gun from the same year. These guns were $1000 back then. They have certainly increased in value. Problem is they have crept into pricing of other top tier guns and there is a lot more competition with guns that a I think are better built than the DW CBOB. You just have to find the right buyer. And a brand new CBOB in 45 can easily be had for under $1500 right now. GLWS though!

Mine happens to be one of the 100 factory two-tone versions that they offered in 2009 and mine is a single digit serial number. Last one like mine I saw was on GB a couple years ago and it sold for $2500 via Buy Now. It just takes the right guy. I’d give a lot more than that to find one of the consecutive serial numbers to my gun.
I look all the time for the one in succession to mine also, single digits don't come up too often. But the hunt is part of the fun.
 
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