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updated source of gun values







LASCHRIS

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#1
Anyone know of a internet based blue book on gun values? Perhaps the one dealers use?
Thinking of taking the boat out.
I tried using gun brokers sold feature. Couldn't access it.
 

MET45

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#2
Anyone know of a internet based blue book on gun values? Perhaps the one dealers use?
Thinking of taking the boat out.
I tried using gun brokers sold feature. Couldn't access it.
you have to create an acct, go to advanced search, and filter by “completed”.
Blue Book has an online subscription, but I think GB is better cause it’s free, real time, and based on actual selling prices not estimates.
 

MAC702

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#3
LOG IN to GunBroker. Make an account if you don't already have one. Few people care what a book says anymore. Many gun values change far too rapidly for a published (paper or internet) resource to keep up. You want to see what recent auctions have brought, assuming the gun is popular enough to have a few listings that went to completed and sold. The more bidders it had, the better the idea of the value.
 

LASCHRIS

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#4
LOG IN to GunBroker. Make an account if you don't already have one. Few people care what a book says anymore. Many gun values change far too rapidly for a published (paper or internet) resource to keep up. You want to see what recent auctions have brought, assuming the gun is popular enough to have a few listings that went to completed and sold. The more bidders it had, the better the idea of the value.
In process now. getting a very good idea. Some guns have not been sold for awhile not listed. Thanks for the reply.