Preview: 44th Edition Blue Book Of Gun Values

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posted on April 7, 2023
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On April 1, Blue Book Publications announced the release of its 44th edition, providing readers and subscribers with more than 2,500 pages of updated firearm values. The latest edition joins nearly 2 million other copies currently in circulation, providing a comprehensive overview of firearm models, condition grading and estimated worth.

The 44th Edition Blue Book Of Gun Values has been completely updated for 2023 and provides information for nearly 35,000 separate firearm models. Comprising 2,528 pages, the latest version covers more than 1,800 manufacturers and trademarks. In addition to model details and valuation, the book also provides history and background on firearm manufacturers. Readers will also find handy identification guides to serial numbers and proofmarks, as well as an updated AR-15 manufacturer Index, which lists all current and recent makers of America's most-popular rifle.

The suggested retail price on the new volume is $64.95. For more information, visit bluebookofgunvalues.com.

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