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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.
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?
Rock Island Auction Company’s 2016 February Regional gun auction was the largest event in the company’s history, with more than 9,000 firearms and over 4,400 lots.
The 2016 February Regional Firearms Auction promises to be the largest in Rock Island Auction Company history.
The 1911 is among the most recognizable pistol designs in the world, but the semiautomatic was not born overnight. In fact, the iconic firearm was a long, though worthwhile, effort to come up with a top-notch military sidearm.
Ruger’s American Pistol was designed with the input of both the military and law enforcement. It appears to have plenty to offer shooters in and out of uniform.
Back-Up Guns, or BUGS, are the hot ticket for a gun selling in the heart of the Rocky Mountains.
Historic pieces, including Kennedy’s M1 Garand and a Heinrich Himmler presentation Walther PP highlighted Rock Island Auction Company’s September 2015 gun auction.

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