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    Resources to value gun collection

    After a conversation I had with MM about a 308 Norma I have it got me thinking. I have a Weatherby collection of Mark 5's I would like to get their value. I was given these rifles by my uncle that passed away in 06 so I was never really able to get much info on the collection along with the custom Norma.

    What can I use to look up serial numbers to value and get some factory info on each gun.

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    Blue Book of Gun Values by S.P. Fjestad is a great resource for general info and values. You can also lookup year of mfg on many guns in it. At 2080 pages its bound to have something useful in it!
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    If you're going to insure them, contact your insurance company, and ask who they recommend to appraise them. That's what I did.
    I needed to insure my guns separately, not covered under my Homeowner's policy. Good luck.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shootbrownelk View Post
    If you're going to insure them, contact your insurance company, and ask who they recommend to appraise them. That's what I did.
    I needed to insure my guns separately, not covered under my Homeowner's policy. Good luck.
    Speaking of insurance, remember if you are an NRA member, they have a limited amount of insurance that is free to all members.
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    I looked up my old 1970's Weatherby serial number on their web-site for a recall on the bolt. Their customer service was pretty helpful, too IMHO. That might get a starting point for each gun. You probably already got that far.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Colorado Cowboy View Post
    Speaking of insurance, remember if you are an NRA member, they have a limited amount of insurance that is free to all members.
    Thanks Cowboy, I'm a life member but I forgot all about that. I'll get on the NRA website & see what I can find out.

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    You can always search gun broker and see what comparable guns are selling for.
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    Quote Originally Posted by shootbrownelk View Post
    Thanks Cowboy, I'm a life member but I forgot all about that. I'll get on the NRA website & see what I can find out.
    Last I saw it was up $2500 of free coverage for member and then a fee for increased incriminates

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    Quote Originally Posted by marcusvdk View Post
    Last I saw it was up $2500 of free coverage for member and then a fee for increased incriminates

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    Well, that's one gun anyway.

 

 

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