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Colt’s Snake Guns

Have you checked the price of Colt “snake” revolvers lately? Is that shiny new Python now out of reach? It is an interesting study of supply, demand and a market gone crazy. Here’s what happened, and why.

Blue Book of Gun Values New Edition Out Soon

With 1.6 million copies in circulation worldwide, the Blue Book of Gun Values by S.P. Fjestad—one of the most relied-upon resources in the firearm industry—is about to release its 36th edition.

Blue Book “Gun StoreMaster”

Blue Book Of Gun Values has released its new “Gun StoreMaster,” a software service designed to make buying, selling and managing firearm transactions easier and more profitable for dealers and other federal firearms license holders.

Blue Book of Gun Values Announces 37th Edition

Whether you’re curious about the dollar value of your AR-15 rifle purchased during the platform’s recent 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.

Book Review: Seven Serpents—The History of Colt’s Snake Guns

Tried to buy a Colt Python recently? In Seven Serpents—The History of Colt’s Snake Guns, author Gurney Brown (of Cherry’s and the Colt Collectors’ Ass’n) covers seven of the hottest firearms on the market today.

Preview: 41st Annual Blue Book of Gun Values

The 41st Edition Blue Book of Gun Values provides up-to-date information on thousands of guns, as well as a special memorial tribute to S.P. Fjestad.

Blue Book Of Antique American Firearms & Values

Providing for the antique gun market what the Blue Book of Gun Values has done for modern guns since 1981, the Blue Book of Antique Firearms & Values is a comprehensive pricing guide covering nearly 700 manufacturers and 2,100 models of antique firearms.

39th Edition Blue Book of Gun Values Announced

The new edition of the most turned-to resource for reliable gun values is on its way.

What’s it Worth?

What's it worth? Usually, the answer has to be “I have no idea” but the question is one of the most common from curious readers. Some magazines offer answers to reader's questions as a regular feature, but hedge the answers just a little bit.

Winchester Model 1894 Deluxe Saddle-Ring Carbine

When U.S. Repeating Arms stopped making Winchester’s longest-running production model after 112 years of manufacture, the Winchester Model 1894 and its many variations suddenly received a lot more collector interest.

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