Price range of A .380 Makarov
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    Default Price range of A .380 Makarov

    I am considering buying a Makarov in .380 caliber. Mainly because I've managed to sell off all of my 9x18 pistols and ammo and have a bunch of .380 ammo not doing too much. My question is, what would be a fair price for a .380 Makarov in good working order? I have never had one and just don't know. Nothing great, just a well functioning pistol that's not all beat up. Sorry if I'm in the wrong forum. Thanks
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    $300-375
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    It seems like any Makarov in good condition is worth at least $275-300 these days. I've seen pawn brokers assign a premium to .380 models because it is a more common caliber. Collectors typically go the other way and prefer the original 9x18 chambering. Your standard Russian Baikal is toward the lower end of the commercial, .380 Mak price range.

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    Thanks guys. I was thinking $300 give or take. Now I need to gather the cash start looking.
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