Blue Book of Gun Values Announces 37th Edition

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posted on March 16, 2016
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Are you lucky enough to have a Colt single action in your gun collection? Or perhaps you are in possession of any number of other collectible double-action revolvers that are enjoying a resurgence in popularity. Whether you’re curious about the dollar value of your AR-15 rifle purchased during the platform’s buying frenzy, or looking to buy, sell or just put a value on a family heirloom, your resource for accurate information is the 37th Edition Blue Book of Gun Values by Blue Book Publications, Inc.

With almost 1.7 million copies in circulation worldwide, S.P. Fjestad's upcoming 37th volume contains significantly updated values and information reflecting integral changes in the gun industry. Features of the newest 2,512-page edition include:

  • Newest 2016 makes and models, along with important pricing updates on many current, antique, and discontinued models.
  • Trends in firearms collectibility
  • Nearly 1,500 manufacturers and trademarks, almost 20,000 gun model descriptions, and more than 175,000 prices.

For more information, please visit bluebookofgunvalues.com.

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