At a recent auction a Remington M40 drew top dollar in part due to the movie “American Sniper” helping drive interest in that style of rifle.
Classic guns, and some oddballs, have drawn top dollar at a respected auction house.
When Walthers and Mausers of WWII vintage have crossed the block for one German auctioneer, they have move quickly and for top dollar.
Colt revolvers have always had a strong following among collectors and continue to be a sure bet for one online auction house.
Concealed carry handguns, holsters and other accessories have kept one Keystone State shop in the black over the early months of the year.
If you’re looking to sell your classic guns, one auction house is finding you better have all the accoutrements to get the most money out of them.
For one enterprising Indiana retailer, his CCW classes have fed the sales of his concealed-carry handguns.
High-end gun safes have been moving for one Oklahoma retailer with his customers shooting for bigger and nicer digs for their firearms.
The national ammo shortage might have slowed the sales of contemporary rimfires, but the collectable variety are demanding top dollar at one auction house.