The Colt Mk IV/70, $700-$800 in mint condition. Boxes are a big plus. That gun was made in 1972.
Both 'America Remembers' and the 'American Historical Foundation' have issued Korean War Tribute pistols. The AR issue uses a Colt as the basic pistol where the AHF uses an Auto-Ordnance. Issue price on the AR Korean War Tribute pistol is $1700, but they will not bring near that on resale. Any significant handling or firing even one magazine through the gun cuts the value by >50%. Market is very, very soft for these, even softer than true factory-issue commemoratives.
The Colt R6830 Lightweight Sporter in 7.62x39 is pre-ban c.1992 (blue label box). Recent sales of excellent to like-new-with-box pieces have been $1200-$1700.
The Colt R6700 Competition HBAR is also pre-ban. Should have a blue-label box. With box and accessories, $1200-$1500.
The AR-15 Sporter II is pre-ban, late 1980's, should be a green-label box. These sell from $900-$1500 depending on condition.
Need more information on the Colt Lightning Small-Frame. If I have identified it correctly, it was manufactured c.1903. These are highly collectable and an individual appraisal based on that particular rifle's condition and any special order features would be necessary.
The MAC-10 SF Commemorative is a Stephensville TX gun, which does hurt it somewhat. I am not sure if it is an SWD-completed pistol or not. I have seen these offered at $3K with no takers, I'd imagine $1500 would be a better number. Again, VERY soft market and must be NIB with all accessories for the big premium.
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