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The Bayard Model 1908 .25 listed on Auction Arms by "Mr. Rock" is another pistol that I have inspected in person which had a mechanical problem. The serial number is #33157.

The safety did not work, presumably because the sear tail was broken. This is an extremely labor intensive and expensive problem to repair. If you intend to bid on this pistol, I suggest you find out if it has been properly repaired. I personally wouldn't pay more than $50 or $75 for such a gun in unrepaired condition.
 

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quote:Originally posted by Greg G

Thanks for the heads-up.
What do you think about this one gunbroker?
http://www.gunbroker.com/Auction/ViewItem.asp?Item=29995627
He says about 85% and the reserve is probably around $300. Buy it now for $350. Seems overpriced to me.
I don't have any personal experience with that particular pistol. I'll sell you one of my duplicates for less money if you want a Bayard 1908. I usually have duplicates in .25, .32, and sometimes .380.
 
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