Blue Book of Gun Values Announces 37th Edition

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posted on March 16, 2016
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Blue Book Publications, Inc., has announced the release of the 37th Edition Blue Book of Gun Values by S.P. Fjestad. The new edition contains updated values and information reflecting changes in the gun industry over hte past year. 

The annual release tracks firearms and their values as the industry continues to evolve. Word is, Colt Single-Action revolvers are making a nice comeback, whereas quite a few AR-15 configurations have taken a hit. 

Features of the new Blue Book of Gun Values include:

• The newest 2016 makes and models have been included, along with important pricing updates on many current, antique, and discontinued models.
• Trends in firearms collectibility continue to keep changing, and this newest 37th edition carefully follows these fast-changing areas of interest.
• 2,512 pages includes nearly 1,500 manufacturers and trademarks, almost 20,000 gun model descriptions, and over 175,000 prices. Why Guess When You Can Be Sure?
• A high-resolution cover image and short annotation are provided within the Media Kit under Company on BBP's website.

For more information, go to BlueBookOfGunValues.com.

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