Most undervalued collectable Gun??


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Son of Liberty
December 30, 2002, 08:31 PM
Yo Bros!

Look 10 years out. What will be a gun that is highly desired that can be had today for say 3K or less. In other words..name your most undervalued collectable gun.

Regards

Son of Liberty

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swingset
December 31, 2002, 03:55 AM
Any milsurp sniper comes to mind.

I'll bet that the $1000 I just paid for an Enfield No4T sniper will seem ridiculously cheap in 10 years.

You can nab Swede 41B's, MN 91/30 Snipers and Yugo 48 snipers right now for a song.

Alerion
December 31, 2002, 08:35 AM
I'll agree with swingset. Plus all the former Soviet stuff that's flooding the market right now is bound to go up once supplies start to dry up.

Tom

dave
December 31, 2002, 08:53 AM
A "smart" gun, if they ever get around to making one. Don't think they'll fly for to long, if at all.

wine9er
January 1, 2003, 04:28 AM
Forgeddabodit!

Invest in Reits, wine country mini ranches, or western impressionist art if you want a real ROI....buy a vintage Red Ryder BB gun and you'LL get the best return on a firearms purchase!

guy sajer
January 1, 2003, 12:56 PM
Class III weapons have proven to be a good investment . For example , 10 years ago a WWII type Thompson SMG M1 or M1A1 was selling for about $2200 . Now $9000 - $10,000 .
Almost all makes and models increased dramatically .

BAR Then $3500 Now $15,000
MG34/42 Then $4000Now $20,000
M16 Then $2500 Now $ 7,000
M60 Then $4000 Now $20,000

I doubt if many newly manufactured guns will go up more than with inflation / cost of living .

cobb
January 1, 2003, 12:57 PM
Maybe off topic, but to me it will be the one that saves my a$$.

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