Latest “Blue Book of Gun Values” Features New NRA President

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posted on April 17, 2015
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If you are an NRA member, the cover of the 36th Edition of the “Blue Book of Gun Values” features a face with which you should become very familiar over the next two years. Allan D. Cors, who most recently served as NRA First Vice President, officially was elected NRA’s President during the 2015 NRA Annual Meetings & Exhibits in Nashville, Tenn. It’s a good thing Bluebook Publications had a larger-than-life-size representation of the new book, too, as Cors’ wife, Darleen, and some of his grandchildren were able to squeeze in this “family photo” with the now very busy Mr. Cors. Shown from left, are Lindsay Flinn, Allie Flinn, Darleen Cors, Amy Cors Flinn and Ian Flinn. Learn more about Allan Cors in this exclusive interview.

To get your own copy of this special edition of the “Blue Book,” go to bluebookofgunvalues.com.

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