Newest Edition of the Blue Book of Gun Values is Out Now

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posted on April 16, 2021
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Firearms collectors and sellers know just how invaluable a resource the Blue Book of Gun Values is and now, the 42nd edition of this well-known series is available.

The newest edition is filled with countless resources for firearms owners, including more than 2,500 pages containing 1,900 manufacturers/trademarks and nearly 30,000—yes, 30,000—gun model descriptions. That’s not all. There are also more than half a million up-to-date values for firearms within these pages.

Beyond this, serialization charts have been updated to include more information than ever before, while new editorials/articles provide insight into the world of firearms collecting, along with how a plethora of challenges in our current state of affairs have affected such.

With nearly two million copies in circulation worldwide, the Blue Book of Gun Values database is also available on a flash drive and as an online subscription that is updated monthly, both of which contain thousands of high-resolution color images.

It’s hard to find a better go-to resource for firearms owners, sellers, collectors and everyone else in between. The 42nd edition of the Blue Book of Gun Values is available at bluebookofgunvalues.com for $59.95.

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