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Old 02-05-2006, 07:05 PM
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So my grandmother has decided to give me the family firearms and of the guns this one is the one I'm most leary of. I don't know how old it is but the markings include:

CAL .22 LR

Its blued with a 2.5" barrel and simulated wood plastic grips. It seems to be in relatively good shape.

As is, it looks cheap and impractical for any use I can think of. What if anything could I expect to get for this revolver if I were to try to sell it off at a gun or pawn shop?


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Old 02-05-2006, 07:13 PM
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I found a revolver on Guns Americas web site that may help you in putting a name ect. on what you have.


hope this helps.

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Your observations about the RG revolvers is quite astute. They are extremely cheap and have a very short life if use much. They are the epitome of the so-called "Suicide Special" or "'Saturday Night Special." Importation of these was stopped by the restrictions of GCA '68.

Typically these sold for $12-15 when they were available. To be absolutely blunt, they are a POS.
Old 02-06-2006, 06:31 AM
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Originally Posted by BuckORH
I found a revolver on Guns Americas web site that may help you in putting a name ect. on what you have.


hope this helps.
RG did make some revolvers that were in the $30 bracket, but IIRC the RG 14 cost about $12.95 and the base pin had to be unscrewed to remove the cylinder, as it wasn't a swing-out. It was similar to the Triumph series of revolvers, and the best use i ever saw of one was a friend of mine in Biloxi kept one in his tackle box to kill rats with. He didn't hit many, but kept them scurrying.
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if it doesnt have any sentimental value to you toss it in the garbage
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You might get about $25 at the right pawn shop if you know how to haggle. They can sell them for around $100 just based on the fact that it's the same model of pistol that John Hinckley used in his Ronald Reagan Assassination attempt.
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