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What does a low number 380 Bayard 1908 in mint condition go for in todays market? Are the 380 caliber a rare pistol? Are they unusual for that period of time(size and cal.) Your imput is appreciated.
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"What does a low number 380 Bayard 1908 in mint condition go for in todays market?"

$350 probably isn't a bad estimate. How low is the serial?

"Are the 380 caliber a rare pistol?"

I own a number of them; however, .380 is less common than .32.

"Are they unusual for that period of time(size and cal.)"

The size is unusually small for a .380 even now. Prior to WWI your .380 choices were limited to Colt, Savage, FN, and Bayard.
 

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(Serial no. 20534) I don't think it was ever fired. It came from a collection. You are right as far as size.A very small pistol for that caliber.What is the recoil like?
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I intend to sell this one somewhere down the line. My real interest is WW2 pistols. I bought it only because it looked kind of unique and in such good condition.
Thanks for responding to my questions,
Joe
 
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