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Friday, September 17, 2010

Gun Values

According to the description of the Blue Book of Gun Values: 31st Edition, “The new 31st Edition of the Blue Book of Gun Values by S.P. Fjestad has been expanded to more than 2,300 pages, easily making it the highest page count of any firearms book currently in print. All new 2010 makes and models have been included, plus updated values on discontinued firearms and antiques. Paramilitary rifle values have also been brought up-to-date, reflecting recent major changes resulting from political changes in Washington, D.C. Once again, the 80-page Photo Percentage Grading SystemTM provides high resolution color images that are the last word to help ascertain any firearm s correct condition factor based on the percentage of original condition. Revolvers, pistols, rifles, and shotguns are also shown separately, in addition to NRA Antique Condition Factors. Other sections have also been expanded, including serialization, and the helpful Trademark Index, which lists all pertinent information on many of the world s firearms manufacturers, distributors, and importers. Most of the information contained in this publication is simply not available anywhere else, for any price!”

Ron Coburn said of Blue Book of Gun Values, “The heart and soul of Arthur Savage is still evident in the current Savage family and we are proud to continue his dream to be the best in the firearms industry. His fully enclosed, hammerless lever action rifle designed to use smokeless powder was an immediate success and created a technology revolution that continues today. Over the editions, the Blue Book of Gun Values has provided our company with an excellent history of firearms development, in addition to letting the consumer know the most up-to-date and current values for both modern and antique firearms.”

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