The 41st edition of the Blue Book of Gun Values is available now and there is undoubtedly no better reference for gun owners, collectors, sellers and anyone who values our treasured right to keep and bear arms. With nearly two million copies in circulation at the time of release, it’s clear this is the book to have.
In its contents, the 41st edition contains over 2,500 pages filled with the most up-to-date descriptions and details for more than 23,000 firearms—yes, you read that correctly. Beyond that, it also includes more than 500,00 valuations with current market expectations as well as brief histories of more than 1,700 trademarks. This edition also has highlights of the NRA National Firearms Museum and the NRA National Sporting Arms Museum in Springfield, Mo.
And for firearms collectors unfamiliar for those unfamiliar with the Blue Book of Gun Values, there is an 80-page “Photo Percentage Grading System” to help readers estimate values on firearms based on visual conditions of firearms found at each condition grade.
Sadly, this is the first edition published without Blue Book Publications Publisher Steven Peter “S.P.” Fjestad leading the way. Fjestad passed away just shy of a year ago after a battle with cancer. The 41st edition proudly shows Fjestad on its cover, holding the one millionth Blue Book published. This edition honors his tireless work and his memory lives on through it.
Make no mistake, this is the dictionary, encyclopedia and go-to source for firearms knowledge. It is available for just $49.95. For more information on the 41st Blue Book of Gun Values, go to bluebookofgunvalues.com.