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    Fas 604

    Guys any idea what they go for these days, this has anatomic grips installed, totally unmolested 10/10 condition pistol.
    This isnít to be confused with the 6004
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    not sure .. but I'll swap my HW97KTblackline synthetic for it...
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    If I was in the market for a 604, I'd want muzzle velocity data just to verify function and seal condition.
    A service and reseal costs around £90.
    I'd also want to check for signs of fatigue on the top strap as they can snap at this point.

    If all is well and MV is healthy at 370-390 fps then I would consider £250 a fair price for a Mk2 with
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    Quote Originally Posted by muzzie View Post
    not sure .. but I'll swap my HW97KTblackline synthetic for it...
    Sorry mate I need Nelson eddies!
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    I've just sold a pristine one for £350 to someone new to the sport, it was one of the last ones sold from the shop at Bisley and was a 'reserve' pistol when I was competing. It had hardly been used, less than 1000 pellets through it. Great set of grips like the Morini's on my Steyr, which is partly why I got it. It's one of two that I've owned over the years and I would agree with Inspector 71 about the value of a used but fully functional one (ie punches holes that are clean enough to be accurately and fairly scored).

    In addition to the top strap the rear sight takes quite a bit of hammer, particularly through careless handling. I've seen the elevation machine screw wear the threads in the aluminium strap to the extent that you could just pull it out.

    Fantastic pistols and a different animal from the 6004.

    How about posting a few photos, particularly the breech block which is a fair indicator of wear and potential to achieve a healthy muzzle velocity?

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    Mick

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    Thanks for info guys.
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