Everything you need to know to buy, sell, and collect shotguns.
Gun Trader’s Guide is the bestselling collectible firearms reference, having sold over two million copies in thirty-six editions. The guide includes prices for all types of firearms, but what if you are only interested in buying, selling, and collecting shotguns? Then Gun Trader’s Guide to Shotguns is the book for you! Featuring all your favorite shotguns from the original Gun Trader’s Guide, plus hundreds more, this is the only reference you'll ever need.
Veteran editor and firearms enthusiast Robert A. Sadowski has compiled and cataloged discontinued and collectible shotguns from your favorite manufacturers. Complete with specs and price gradients based on the condition of the shotgun, collecting and selling your firearms will be easier than ever. Sadowski also provides valuable tips on how to use the guide, as well as articles on various collectible shotguns and the art of shotgun trading. Also step behind the scenes to learn what dealers are looking for, what they want in your shotgun, and what's required to become a dealer, which should help you when buying, trading, or selling your shotguns. Whether you are a first-time shotgun owner or a longtime shotgun enthusiast, Gun Trader’s Guide to Shotguns is an invaluable tool to read before stepping foot in the dealer's store or attending a gun show.
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