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Gun Pricing

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by Wyoming, Sep 11, 2009.

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  1. Wyoming

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    I am looking for the price of a Marlin Ballard #6 Rifle Non Shooter Long Gun/Shotgun, a Hartford Arms Semi Auto 22 CAL Pistol, Springfield Double 12ga shotgun, an 1859 40 Cal Sharps Non Shooter Long Gun/Shotgun, a Remington MDL4 32 Rem Fire Non Shooter Long Gun/Shotgun, and a Bales Spewich 12 ga Non Shooter Long Gun/Shotgun.
    Thank you for any help you can give me.
     
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  2. kingpin008

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    New, used? What condition? You're going to have to give us a bit more info if you want any meaningful answers in return.
     
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    They are used. They have been in a gun case on display in my grandpas basement for over 30 years. So their condition varies from well worn to not very worn. My grandpa had them and he got some of them from his dad and grandpa. Some were used in the Johnson County Cattle War in Wyoming. My Grandpa died and know we are splitting lots of guns between three families and these are the ones that I can not find information on.
     
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    In that case, posting pics will definitely help us figure out the worth. Of course, there are probably folks here who could give you a baseline, but seeing the condition will always help find a more specific price range when it comes to firearms.

    Also, if you have any documentation in regards to the firearms being used in the cattle wars, that will help a ton. Some people will buy a gun for the story, but if that story is verifiable and accompanied by authentic documentation from that time period, potential worth can skyrocket.

    Good luck!
     
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