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First, let me say that I am not selling any of these guns here. These are valuations I have made for a widow that she will use as a basis for selling them on her own.

I am not selling these guns.

I would, however, like the community's opinion as to whether I have valued the guns correctly.

Any advice or suggestions as to where the best place to sell these guns in Washington State would be welcome.

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I`m not familar with some of these but on the ones I do recognize I`d say you are in the ball park pretty well.
 

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That top one that's labeled as a Ruger? Nope. Astra 600, probably in 9mm Largo

The unknown one? Cz 52 in 7.62 x25 Tokarev

Little ? revolver? Probably Belgian, could be french or even spanish. Missing
the safety lever. Look for proof marks---that will nail down the country of origin.
Value---not much.


Pricing. You might be a bit optimistic on a few of them, but in todays climate
maybe not, and it's a lot easier to drop a high price than to raise a low one!

Keep in mind that the prices you have listed are full up retail. If you go to a dealer
to sell them, expect a MUCH lower offer.
 

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There are a couple that jump out as too high like the star. 45 and the. 44 mag. And a couple I see underpriced but not by much. The. 22 s in particular I see selling for around $450 most times. Armslist is viewed by many and would work for most the guns. The more collectable ones might see the best turn around from a auction or even a consignment sale. Not sure where in WA. Y'all are but county line guns in yelm,WA would be a good place to start. Or w.a.c as they put on most the gun shows.
 

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What is so special about the Nagant? I have two 1939 Tula produced with matching ser. no's in 80% condition. They did sell in the $125 range before this present gun buying panic.
 

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Thanks for all the info guys. Really helpful. If anyone else has anything to add, it would be much appreciated.
 
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