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  1. #11
    Mill Spec

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    I do firearm appraisals quite often. They're usually for estate valuations and almost exclusively for lawyers.

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  2. #12
    Marksman

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    Quote Originally Posted by bigjakewelch View Post
    I do firearm appraisals quite often. They're usually for estate valuations and almost exclusively for lawyers.
    Best reason I've heard all year for an appraisal.

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  3. #13
    On Target

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    I would like to thank everyone for their advice. I'm sorry I didn't reply sooner, been busy at work. My friend sold his rifles last Wednesday. He didn't say how much he received for the rifles, but he's happy with the deal he made.
    Last edited by The Key Master; May 11th, 2018 at 06:48 AM.

  4. #14
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    I would not trust anyone to appraise my rifles. I suggest you do your own research and check out the selling prices of those rifles.

  5. #15
    All or nothing

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    In my experience, appraisals on anything are usually for replacement purposes, as in insurance or some other reason that the approximate value needs to be documented for the record, on paper, from a formal person considered by a court or company to be legitimate and a professional whose opinion of said value would be accepted. Not so often for sale purposes.
    That being said, thank you God almighty for not letting that crooked divorce attorney ask the judge to have me appraise my firearms collection those years ago.
    Last edited by Magdump; June 28th, 2018 at 01:30 PM.
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  6. #16
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    Quote Originally Posted by bigjakewelch View Post
    I do firearm appraisals quite often. They're usually for estate valuations and almost exclusively for lawyers.

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    BigJake - do you do appraisals of modern firearms or for antique (pre-1900) ? I know of an estate that needs a firearms evaluation (pre-1900). Thanks

  7. #17
    Marksman

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    i had an insurance policy in 2002 that required a notarized written appraisal for each firearm on the policy. back then gun shops were charging $20 per gun, pawn shops $10.

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