GUN How do u appraise your guns ?

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  1. Want2race

    Want2race Fearless

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    I have a Mutt AR and a 1919a4 I want to add to my Home owners insurance but I have no idea what they are worth..
    Guys help me out

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    Stag lower with Bushy A1 upper

    and a 1919a4
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    What should I do ?
    I have my Uzi down as $650 and my XD down for $500
     
  2. twofourtysx

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    theres that one book thats like the kbb for cars...I forget the name of it though right now
     
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    gunbroker.com
     
  4. vettefan52

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    you should insure it for what it would cost to replace it with the exact same parts
     
  5. Paul Revere

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    why insure it for anything less?
     
  6. Bdog

    Bdog ...but do I really care?

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    I usually look around at current replacement costs, that way I have a "real life" look at what things are selling for. Auction Arms has an nib Ohio Ordanance 1919A4 for $1399.95. You Stag lower and post-ban A1 $700-$800... but as cheap as it is to add items on your Homeowners insurance, I'd bump up the value to retail costs.
     
  7. Keesh

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    Don't you have a NFA uzi? Shouldn't it be like $3,000?
     
  8. Want2race

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    ye but thats on a renters policy :)
     
  9. vettefan52

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    full auto uzi's go for a lot more then 3000 bucks man... 3000 is mac 11 price range there.
     
  10. Want2race

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    Its insured for $8k :)
     
  11. Keesh

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    Oh yeah, that's what I was thinking of. I saw a FA Mac 11 online the other day, my bad.
     

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