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What is a good site for gun values?
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Contributors to this thread:
Starfire 27-Apr-22
LINK 27-Apr-22
Starfire 27-Apr-22
RK 27-Apr-22
Overland 27-Apr-22
LBshooter 27-Apr-22
Jeff Durnell 27-Apr-22
DanaC 27-Apr-22
Missouribreaks 27-Apr-22
Meat Grinder 27-Apr-22
Ok...Russ 27-Apr-22
samman 27-Apr-22
azelkhntr 27-Apr-22
milnrick 28-Apr-22
monkeybutt 28-Apr-22
From: Starfire
27-Apr-22
I know this is not bow related but I inherited some guns. Two cool Stevens bolt actions a 20 and a 0. 410. I know they aren’t worth much but there are some hammer fired side by sides I need to research.

From: LINK
27-Apr-22
Gunbroker might give you an idea?

From: Starfire
27-Apr-22
I know this is not bow related but I inherited some guns. Two cool Stevens bolt actions a 20 and a 0. 410. I know they aren’t worth much but there are some hammer fired side by sides I need to research.

From: RK
27-Apr-22
Gunbroker is a good place for relative Retail values. What someone will pay you for them depends an what they are going to do with them, keep them or resell them

From: Overland
27-Apr-22
Gunbroker completed/sold listings are really the only actual values to be found.

From: LBshooter
27-Apr-22
Guns international , almost every make and model can be found, prices are current day and are selling.

From: Jeff Durnell
27-Apr-22
Gunbroker - Menu tab - Advanced search - Completed items

There are about two dozen 410's in the completed listings there now. Some sold. Some didn't.

From: DanaC
27-Apr-22
Stevens were likely made in Chicopee MA, before the company merged with Savage. They don't generally command 'premium' prices. OK shooters.

27-Apr-22
Guns International

From: Meat Grinder
27-Apr-22
My dad gave me my first gun, a Stevens bolt-action .410 about 50 years ago. I killed a lot of rabbits with that gun, and still have it. Good luck with your research.

From: Ok...Russ
27-Apr-22
You might also try truegunvalue.com

From: samman
27-Apr-22
Like Ebay, Gunbroker completed items. Anyone can value an item, but it's only worth what someone will pay for it. On the plus side, gun values are probably as high as they ever have been right now. I have bought & sold on Gunbroker & it's easy to list on there with minimal costs. I add a counter to my auctions just to see if there is interest and only costs 50 cents per listing. Final value fees are pretty fair as well. Probably get more than going to a gun shop & selling to them.

From: azelkhntr
27-Apr-22
Gunbroker in my experience is a disaster. I stopped trading with them when they refused to alter their programming to keep bidders from bidding against themselves repeatedly, thus artificially inflating an items value. They should call it schillbroker.

From: milnrick
28-Apr-22
Agree gunbroker.com's completed sale section. would be a very good place to search for value.

From: monkeybutt
28-Apr-22
There is a "Blue Book" for gun's as there is for vehicles. You can buy a copy, but likely not worth it if this is a one-off. I know that many of our local FFL's buy used guns and most use the Blue Book to help establish value.

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