Category: Sell Your Guns

What is My M1 Carbine Worth?

Historical Context

Among the most well known firearms of World War II and the Korean War era is the M1 Carbine. This firearm had a long service life for the United States military from 1942-1973. It saw use in dozens of nations throughout the 20th century and is still being used by a police battalion in ...

What is My Browning Bolt-Action Rifle Worth?

Historical Context

Designed by Browning Arms Company in the United States and manufactured by Miroku in Japan, Browning bolt-action rifles are among the most popular bolt-action hunting rifles ever produced. Renowned for their accuracy and reliability, the Browning X-Bolt in particular could also serve as a low end bench gun for competition shooting. While not popular ...

What is my Tikka Worth?

Historical Context

Born in the vast forests of Finland, Tikka rifles have cemented themselves as an excellent choice for hunters and law enforcement in need of an accurate and durable rifle. Tikka started in the firearms industry by refurbishing Mosin-Nagant rifles and producing sub-machine guns during the Interwar Years. After the war, they became known for ...

What is My race gun Worth?

A “race gun” is a firearm, generally a semi-auto pistol that is produced or modified for competing in shooting competitions such a 3-gun, USPSA, IPSC or IDPA. These firearms are known for having a crisp trigger pull with a short reset, match grade barrels, compensators and often come equipped with red dots mounted for quick ...

What Is My Henry Lever Action Rifle Worth?

Historical Context

Henry Repeating Arms was started by Louis Imperato and his son Anthony Imperato in Brooklyn, New York in 1996. The first model produced was the Henry H001 Lever Action .22 and the first shipments were made in March 1997. Henry Repeating Arms takes its name from Benjamin Tyler Henry, the inventor who patented the ...

What is My Kimber 1911 Pistol Worth?

Historical Context

Among the most popular of 1911 type pistols produced are those by Kimber Manufacturing. Headquartered in Alabama, Kimber has been producing high quality 1911 pistols since 1979. Their quality attracted the attention of Marine Corps Special Operations Command who ordered custom 1911 pistols for use in their operations. Los Angeles Police Department also obtained ...

What is My Tokarev Pistol Worth?

Historical Context

Based on John Browning’s famed design for the M1903 and the M1911, the Tokarev TT-33 was The Soviet Union’s primary firearm from the 1930s to the 1950s. The simplicity and reliability of the design has led to its continued use in modern conflicts despite not having been produced in Russia for 70 years. Even ...

What Is My Gun Worth?

What Factors Determine a Gun’s Value? Make: There is a big difference in quality when it comes to manufacturers. From a coveted Colt to a budget minded Hi-Point, manufacturers can make a big difference in a guns resale value. Gun Type: From handguns to wild game rifles, there are many types of firearms to choose from and ...

What Is My Field Shotgun Worth?

Historical Context

Field shotguns are among the most popular type of firearm in the United States. Due to the fact that they are the primary firearm for bird hunting and sport (skeet, trap and clays) shooting it makes sense that field shotguns would be so desired. Both skeet shooting and trap shooting are Olympic events.

There are ...

What is My Winchester 70 Worth?

Historical Context

Quite possibly the most popular hunting rifle ever made, the Winchester Model 70 has seen extensive use in both hunting roles as well as military and law enforcement use. In addition to its well known use as a hunting rifle, the Model 70 was also used by the U.S. Army and Marine Corps in ...

What is My FN SCAR Rifle Worth?

Historical Context

Among the most popular military rifles since its development in 2004, the FN SCAR has made a strong impact in both military use and popular media. It was adopted by U.S. Special Forces during the war on terror as the Mk16 and Mk17 firing the 5.56x45mm NATO and 7.62x51mm NATO rounds respectively. The reliability ...

What Is My Desert Eagle Worth?

Historical Context

Magnum Research Inc. designed and developed the Desert Eagle. The design was further refined by and manufactured by Israel Military Industries, until 1995, when the manufacturing contract was shifted to Saco Defense, in Saco, Maine. In 1998, MRI moved manufacturing back to IMI, which later commercialized its small arms branch under the name Israel ...