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2023 Standard Catalog of Firearms, 33rd Edition: The Illustrated Collector's Price and Reference Guide (Paperback)
WHAT'S THAT GUN WORTH? GET IT RIGHT EVERY TIME WITH STANDARD CATALOG OF(R) FIREARMS
For more than 30 years, Standard Catalog of Firearms has been the gun industry's No. 1 illustrated guide to gun values. This newest, fully updated volume offers more photos, more prices and more guns This extensively revamped 2023, 33rd Edition is the most comprehensive to date, with hundreds of new entries from today's manufacturers of rifles, shotguns and handguns for virtually every gun made or sold since the early 1800s -- from a wide range of experts, editors and auction houses Even if you have previous editions, this newest edition now features current values on antique models using the NRA's industry-standard antique pricing system. Make no mistake: Standard Catalog of Firearms is your must-have guide to commercial firearms, past and present.
INSIDE YOU'LL FIND:
- More than 7,800 photos with extensive descriptions to aid in identificationUpdated values in up to six condition grades, for a total of more than 100,000 pricesBonus 16-page full-color section showcasing pocket protectors of the past More than 1,200 makers and 18,000 models of firearms and their valuesNew Antique firearm pricing for pre-1899 guns using the NRA's rating system
Don't sell too low or buy too high Whether you're a serious gun collector, a casual gun-show trader, a hunter or a recreational shooter, if you buy, sell or trade firearms, Standard Catalog of Firearms is your road map.
About the Author
Jim Supica has served as the Director of the NRA National Firearms Museum in Fairfax, Virginia. He has authored or co-authored numerous firearms books, articles, and columns, including The Illustrated History of Firearms, 2nd Edition. He has been featured as a firearms expert in television appearances and has worked as a firearms dealer, consultant, appraiser and expert witness. Supica has served on the NRA Board of Directors and is past president of the Smith & Wesson Collectors Association and Missouri Valley Arms Collectors Association. A native Kansan, he holds a Juris Doctorate and bachelor's degrees from the University of Kansas.