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ERMA WERKE MODEL: ER -432 STEEL BODY REVOLVER

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ERMA WERKE MODEL: ER -432 STEEL BODY REVOLVER

Postby nagarajgk » Mon Dec 15, 2008 9:59 pm

sir ,

i want to buy erma werke ER432 revolver steel body (not alloy) new in box condition , so please tell me about the current price of the above said revolver



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Re: ERMA WERKE MODEL: ER -432 STEEL BODY REVOLVER

Postby Prabhath » Mon Dec 15, 2008 10:04 pm

Nagaraj,

It would be better if you could post some pictures. Members would then be better placed to give you an idea of the price you could pay for it.



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Postby ravizz » Mon Dec 15, 2008 11:16 pm

nagarajgk\";p=\"61956 wrote:sir ,

i want to buy erma werke ER432 revolver steel body (not alloy) new in box condition , so please tell me about the current price of the above said revolver
erma never made revolvers in steel body. i hv seen few gunsmiths making steel body for erma and it works better than original (alloy) ones.you may get it between 2.50 - 2.75.Regards Ravi



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Re: ERMA WERKE MODEL: ER -432 STEEL BODY REVOLVER

Postby penpusher » Mon Dec 15, 2008 11:22 pm

ravizz\";p=\"61962 wrote:you may get it between 2.50 - 2.75.Regards Ravi


For an Erma.I don't think so.



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Postby ravizz » Mon Dec 15, 2008 11:30 pm

penpusher\";p=\"61963 wrote:
ravizz\";p=\"61962 wrote:you may get it between 2.50 - 2.75.Regards Ravi


For an Erma.I don't think so.
so what should it be according to you sir.




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Postby ravizz » Mon Dec 15, 2008 11:44 pm

penpusher\";p=\"61966 wrote:A round of beers at the most.
That was a good one. :D



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Postby The Doc » Tue Dec 16, 2008 10:22 am

Erma produced many types/models of firearms. Erma seems to have infringed on the S&W pattern J frame. They produced the solid-frame, left side-opening models using transfer bar safeties in the 70s. The ER432 is in .32 S&W long caliber.

You can test the frame with a magnet :) if you like. Most probably it will be alloy, it sometimes feels heavy as steel as in case of Arminius.

The quality is not so good, neither is the reputation. My bit of advice would be to go for something more "dependable". As far as the cost goes , in this insane firearm market it can be anything really . Till a year back it was around 85K to 1 L or so. Now it would be anything between 1L to 1.5L ???

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RP.


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Re: ERMA WERKE MODEL: ER -432 STEEL BODY REVOLVER

Postby Ibg » Thu Feb 16, 2017 8:45 pm

Erma does not make any steel frame revolver it is changed as the body breaks due to alloy metal




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