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.
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,
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