Colt’s classic 1911 still remains America’s favorite handgun, and there are a host of different models that draw in premiums on the collector’s market.
Over/Under shotguns can tend to run a pretty penny. But there are some affordable double-barreled gems nearly any shooter can work into their budget
Some research on the guns that are moving faster than hotcakes right now on online auction sites by the gun value experts at Blue Book.
A special report for Gun Digest by the experts at Blue Book on what's hot and what's not in the world of gun values and online gun auctions.
An insider's Q&A with Jerry Lee, editor of the newly released Official Gun Digest Book of Guns & Prices 2016, 11th Edition, to learn why every gun buyer and seller needs this book.
Gun Digest asked co-editor Andrew Johnson to highlight some things he learned about current gun offerings while researching gun values for the latest edition of Gun Digest Book of Modern Gun Values. Here are his responses.
You wouldn't buy a rifle for concealed carry. Then why would you buy a firearms price guide that's not tailored to your needs?
Handguns, particularly those with proven track records, continue to fly off the shelves for one Michigan retailer.
In addition to being fun to shoot, rimfire guns and airguns are excellent training tools for new and youth shooters. Here are several great new rimfires and airguns for 2016.
A Cornhusker gun store has enjoyed robust interest in classic long guns among its experienced customers.
When it comes to antique ammunition, it's more than just the cartridges that draw top dollar.
Glocks and Springfields are flying off the shelves, as are ammo and optics.
Given Golden State regulations, older pistol models are the new hot things with Cali shooters.
Modern sporting rifles and tried and true bolt-actions moving fast with Texas hunters at new retailer.
Ammunition has been scarce, there no doubt about that. But for a Western retailer brimming with bullets, it's the perception of a lack of ammo, not an actual drought, that has slowed his sales.
It seems New England is no different than anywhere else in the country, at least for one retailer. Rimfire guns and ammo just keep flying off the shelves.
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