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In an earlier post I stated that a friend recently left me some guns, one of them being a very good condition Marlin 1893 30/30. Well, today I got on Gun Broker and Guns America to try and get a value on the 1893 so I could add it to my home owners insurance policy. They both are showing 1893's going for between $1,500 to over $2,OOO :eek: for guns that look to be in the same condition as mine. Is this right, do they really go for this much?

If so, I am in shock.
 

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Condition and features (barrel length, barrel type, caliber, wood) all factor in to the value. The key to looking at gunbroker for a value is to go by items that have actually SOLD (completed auctions), not current listings where guys are wishing or hoping for a certain price. If you can post some GOOD pics, someone here might be able to help.
 
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