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OK toader51, I can throw a stone into Canada from my back porch !!!!!

Just joined today with a question in mind before I make a For Sale post. Where can I find (on-line) a reasonably accurate valuation for guns (long, short, black powder, rifles, shotguns,etc)........ The reason I ask is that I am going to be in the process of divesting a life times accumulation (no sons to pass them to) of "toys" and would really like to know the approximate value before I mark them "for sale"........Reason for sale = OLD age......

Respond via this forum or directly. Thank You, Marty
 

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welcome to the forum first of all
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about your question i'm not too sure
but i'm sure someone here could point you in the right direction
what do you plan on selling?
 

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Well, you could look at the online auctions sites.

Auction Arms

Gun Broker

Guns America

and plenty of other sites around the web too. Just do a search of gun auctions.

You could also take a trip to your local library and see if they have the blue book of gun values.

The only thing you must remember is the price you ask isn't necessarily the price you'll get. The true value of the firearm is what the buyer is willing to pay.

Please feel free to show us what you've got, you might make a sale or two here. There's a for sale section on this site you can post your pics and info.

Welcome to the forum.
 

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Welcome Aboard, Razu! I could tell by your zip code that you were.......exaggerating. I grew up just North of where you are and have ice-skated to Canada multiple times. Prolly be up there this month to kill a few ducks, actually. Great to see the North Country represented! One of the members here used to live in Scratchit Harder, but I'm still waiting to hear from some real River Rats. You need to get on Aubertine's *** about handgun laws up there so I can drive home safely without worrying about winding up in the clink at the Cape.
 
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