39th Edition Blue Book of Gun Values Announced

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posted on February 15, 2018
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Are you an avid gun collector or want to learn the value of a rare firearm passed down to you? Whether you’re curious about how much your father's shotgun is worth, or looking to buy, sell or just put a value on a family heirloom, your resource for accurate information is the 39th Edition Blue Book of Gun Values by Blue Book Publications, Inc.

With almost 1.8 million copies in circulation worldwide, S.P. Fjestad's upcoming 39th volume contains significantly updated values and information reflecting integral changes in the gun industry. Features of the newest 2,512-page edition include:

  • Newest 2018 makes and models, along with important pricing updates on many current, antique, and discontinued models.
  • Trends in firearms collectibilityespecially, the recent trend of AR-15s.
  • Nearly 1,700 manufacturers and trademarks, almost 30,000 gun model descriptions, and more than 180,000 values.
  • With over 45 pages of extensive serialization information, the year of manufacture is easily ascertained on makes/models.
  • An updated Photo Percentage Grading System (PPGS) that allows accurate grading for all pistols, revolvers, rifles and shotguns based on percentages of original condition.

For more information visit bluebookofgunvalues.com.

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