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Blue book for guns

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by RKellogg, Apr 14, 2008.

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  1. RKellogg

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    Anyone know if there is a web site for the value of guns . I know there are books . I have a Savage 116 7mm mag , no scope , I want to trade in at Gander Mountain in the morrning and would like some kind of an idea what I should get for it .
     
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    Not really. Probably your best bet is to check the various online gun auction sites, to see what the going rate might be for similar items you might have.

    Fjestad's (Gun Blue Book) invests a huge amount of research, time, and energy to become the valuable resource they are, annually. One doesn't usually have to purchase a new Blue Book each year, but only every few years. It's a marvelous tool for any firearm owner.
     
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    Thank you very much , this helps a lot .
     
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