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Most undervalued collectable Gun??

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by Son of Liberty, Dec 30, 2002.

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  1. Son of Liberty

    Son of Liberty Member

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    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
     
  2. swingset

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    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.
     
  3. Alerion

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    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
     
  4. dave

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    A "smart" gun, if they ever get around to making one. Don't think they'll fly for to long, if at all.
     
  5. wine9er

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    You have too much time on your hands!

    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!
     
  6. guy sajer

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    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 .
     
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  7. cobb

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    Maybe off topic, but to me it will be the one that saves my a$$.
     
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