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Thread: Free used gun value guide

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    Default Free used gun value guide

    I found this used gun value guide, i find it very helpful.

    If you register, it will show a range of values for each gun you choose.

    http://www.pooshka.com/
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    thanks... could come in handy

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    I compared it against what I found on Gunbroker and Guns America for guns I'm looking at selling.

    Pooshka's listings are incomplete for some manufacturers, for example Savage's 340 model doesn't seem to exist, (nor does my S&W Model 10, Ruger Security SIx, etc.) but for the prices I could look up, it seemed in line with what I found using completed sales at Gunbroker. Guns America has list prices that are way out of orbit. Apparently my MAK-90 is worth 200 dollars more if I sell it on their site than if I sell it on Gunbroker...

    So, I would say if your gun is listed it's helpful and close to right. If your gun is not listed, log into Gunbroker and do a search of completed sales.

    Thanks for the link.
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    your welcome, and good point diogenes, thanks for adding that.
    Pretty handy tool for free, and probably a work in progress. I like the trade in values, as a dealer i have a target to buy at to hopefully make a profit
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    Their Glock prices are way off.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Evild View Post
    Their Glock prices are way off.
    Not really...pretty close to what I've seen for real world prices.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ronnyvous1 View Post
    Not really...pretty close to what I've seen for real world prices.
    Don't know where you shop but Used Glocks for $600?, you can get them new for less than that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Evild View Post
    Their Glock prices are way off.
    So are Para Ordnance prices.

    Way too high.

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    I think they are alot like Kelly Blue Book for cars, the ones I looked up were pretty close to what gun shops ask for average used retail prices. Somewhere between those and the average trade-in is where a private sale price would be. The 23's were around $450 and $250 respectively, the 17's 19's and such were pretty close, I didn't see many $600 used ones. Unless you register, you don't see the prices for varying condition, either. The high retail is for 99% or better pistols.

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    trying to get a value for star m43 my father left to me. new in box never shot

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    Quote Originally Posted by brad madden View Post
    trying to get a value for star m43 my father left to me. new in box never shot
    just looked this up, a good gun for the new NY laws as specs say 7rnd mad so good to go in NY. should bring the value up i would guess. you can buy a legal mag any day of the week. i also think the star's were under rated.
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    looked up some pistols, it seemed dead on. the only down fall i see is there are alot of models missing

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    kimber prices seemed extremely low. theyre saying a tactical custom 2 is only worth $600 and that the msrp is $895. i cant buy any kimber 1911 under $1000.

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    so what do you think it would be valued for insuarance

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    Default Glock value

    What do you think a used Glock 40 cal 35 series should be worth,great condition.

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    how do i get the valuation guide?

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