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Not the guy who has that info, however, you can save yourself a lot of posting questions with a current book of gun values, but we do like looking at gun porn!!!!! View attachment 243585 View attachment 243585
I feel like I wouldn't know how to look things up in the book? I wonder if I should just hire an appraiser. Thats a lot of guns (300+) to pay an appraiser for. Maybe I will go find a book and see if it helps. Does it have to be a newer edition book?
 

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I have both of those books (different editions) and they are not all that good for pricing and I no longer use them. A couple of months ago I bought the 2020 edition of the Standard Catalog of Gun values and use it to value my guns and have used it to help value some guns presented here on TFF. If I had 300 guns that I wanted to find the value of, I would certainly invest in the 2021 edition.
 

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Newbie that's a lot of guns and some are very valuable. Not a lot of people in the market for a $15,000 rifle. If you want to sell them all, an Auction House might be your best bet. Someone on here might be able to recommend one.
 

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Newbie that's a lot of guns and some are very valuable. Not a lot of people in the market for a $15,000 rifle. If you want to sell them all, an Auction House might be your best bet. Someone on here might be able to recommend one.
Not wanting to sell... just wanting to get an idea of value of them all.
 

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@Gunnewbie your Remington model 1100 could be valued at $500 without the charge handle or $800 to $1,000 with.

I think you have everyone's curiosity waayyyy up as to what your relationship was (I take it RIP) with this person you inherited this small fortune of firearms from. i.e.. Father, grandfather, friend of the family, Mothers Uncle's first cousin ???
 

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From the pictures you have posted so far it appears that you have a very valuable collection. You can get a ballpark valuation by googling , posting pictures and looking in the mentioned books . If your aim is to sell them you would be wise to get them all appraised .
 

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@Gunnewbie your Remington model 1100 could be valued at $500 without the charge handle or $800 to $1,000 with.

I think you have everyone's curiosity waayyyy up as to what your relationship was (I take it RIP) with this person you inherited this small fortune of firearms from. i.e.. Father, grandfather, friend of the family, Mothers Uncle's first cousin ???
late husband
 
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