In my opinion THE BLUE BOOK is unrealistic. You as an individual will receive considerably LOWER prices for your guns and pay far HIGHER for what you buy. My latest experience was an offer of $400 for a 95% 1894 Cowboy Rifle in 357, with the box, papers, etc...I was wanting to trade on something higher priced. No one begrudges a fair profit on a transaction, but the 357 would have been in the rack with a $600 price tag on it. I politely turned down the deal and went elsewhere.35ruger said:Price check on Used Marlin 1894 44 mags
precross block safety.
The Blue Book has 98% guns at $300.00
and 95% guns at $250.00
Does that seem reasonable?
I`m buying not selling.