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    Default Manuhrin MR73" Combat

    Anyone familiar with them? I know they are quality. Fair price? Just curious if I want to get - lol. No, I haven't bought it yet!

    Not this exact gun but same model:

    **** and is MR73 3" barrel ****



    Thanks...............
    Last edited by cruzans; September 7th, 2021 at 07:59 PM.
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    Default Re: Manuhrin MR73" Combat

    Quote Originally Posted by cruzans View Post
    Anyone familiar with them? I know they are quality. Fair price? Just curious if I want to get - lol. No, I haven't bought it yet!

    Not this exact gun but same model:


    Thanks.................

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    Default Re: Manuhrin MR73" Combat

    lol. trying to see what a good price is. not many to compare too

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    Default Re: Manuhrin MR73" Combat

    New these are over $3000. The used police surplus guns vary in price quite a bit depending on where they came from and condition. The civilian guns imported over the years since the 1970s, tend to go higher as they are typically in better condition.

    I paid around $750 a few years ago for mine, but it was used surplus. I have a problem with mine where it doesn't like 357 Magnum in double action, works fine with 38 Special. I shoot it single action anyways. I replaced a spring and a screw and something else, can't remember now. There is one supplier for parts, here in PA actually. At some point I will find a gunsmith and have him look it over and have it reblued.

    The original Manurhin got out of the gun business and sold it off to Chapuis Armes and now Beretta owns it, which is probably good as it will mean steady support for the guns.

    I can tell you to me anyways, it's a very special gun that lives up to it's reputation and they are simply worth the money. They are extremely accurate handguns.

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    Default Re: Manuhrin MR73" Combat

    This is cool. I'd never heard of these revolvers before. Thanks for sharing.

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    Default Re: Manuhrin MR73" Combat

    Thanks for the info! I knew they were quality and pricey. So I guess if my buddy has one for me in great shape for just under a grand itís a no brainer. Thanks!

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    Default Re: Manuhrin MR73" Combat

    Quote Originally Posted by edmundfitz1975 View Post
    GAAAK! $3,300 new MSRP!

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    Quote Originally Posted by cruzans View Post
    Thanks for the info! I knew they were quality and pricey. So I guess if my buddy has one for me in great shape for just under a grand it*s a no brainer. Thanks!
    Yeah it's a no brainer, buy it.

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    Default Re: Manuhrin MR73" Combat

    My friend finally took possession of the pistol and I'm torn. Mechanically it's flawless, but there are cosmetic and finish issues Some pitting under the grips. The guns finish has several detractions and "might" have been refinished at some point. Ugh, a lot of money for a gun with some issues - but mechanically all good. I'm really torn, might have to pass ......Just under a grand for a $3,300+ pistol but......
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