By Dan Shideler
This can be the popular table reference and value consultant to the realm of old, collectible, classic and glossy firearms. With over 25,000 version listings, and fully up to date pricing, new images and an article part supplying gathering assistance and strategies, this re-creation comprises every little thing the fanatic must expense, purchase and promote all kinds of firearms.
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Extra resources for 2009 Standard Catalog Of Firearms: The Collector's Price and Reference Guide 19th Edition
NIB 1750 Exc. G. 1100 Good 900 Fair 500 Poor 250 Alpha Grand Slam Features the same high quality as the Jaguar models and is available in a left-hand model. It has a fluted bolt, laminated stock, and a matte blue finish. NIB 1400 Exc. G. 1000 Good 700 Fair 450 Poor 250 Alpha Custom Courtesy Buffalo Bill Historical Center, Cody, Wyoming Exc. G. G. — Good 1800 NIB 1700 Exc. G. 1250 Good 750 Fair 500 Poor 250 Alpha Alaskan A side-by-side gun chambered for 10 or 12 gauge. The barrel length was 28".
150 Good 100 Fair 75 This symbol denotes “Sleepers” with rapidly-rising values and/or significant collector potential. 25 ACP cartridge. It has a 2" barrel, 5-shot magazine, plastic grips and blue or nickel finish. Add 10 percent for nickel. NIB 200 Exc. G. 100 Good 80 Fair 55 Poor 35 AMERICAN ARMS Exc. G. 1300 Good 650 Fair 250 Poor 150 Semi-Hammerless Single-Barrel Manufactured from 1882 to 1901. It comes in 10, 12, and 16 gauge with 28", 30" or 32" twist or Damascus barrel. Exc. G. 380 This pistol was a stainless steel copy of the Walther PPKS.
This was an extremely small firearm, and there were approximately 200 manufactured between 1869 and 1871. Exc. G. 44 caliber percussion. It had a 36" round barrel with an octagonal breech. It had a centermounted hammer that was offset to the right for sighting. It had iron mountings. The finish was browned with a case-colored lock. There was a ramrod mounted under the barrel. It had a walnut buttstock with a crescent buttplate and no forearm. There were approximately 100 manufactured in the 1850s.
2009 Standard Catalog Of Firearms: The Collector's Price and Reference Guide 19th Edition by Dan Shideler