My guns value??

My guns value??

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    How can I find out the value of my handgun??

    S & W Model 669 9 MM Semi-Automatic Hadgun
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    Go to a gun store and ask what the blue book value is.
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    Get on gunbroker.com and check for completed sales of pistols like yours. That will give you a pretty good idea of its value.
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    Just remember if going on line look up what the guns acually sell for not what they are asking for them. Ex: Gunbroker might have 20 engraved colt pythons and they may all be asking $4000, but has any of them acually sold and if so for what price. What people are asking means very little it's all about what people are acually paying.
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    Hold old, what condition, and how used is it ... will play into price quite a bit.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cincinnatti View Post
    How can I find out the value of my handgun??

    S & W Model 669 9 MM Semi-Automatic Hadgun
    Stainless Steel
    100%= $450.00 98%= $375.00 95%= $300.00 90%= $250.00 80%= $195.00 70%= $165.00 60%= $140.00
    Add approx. 30% for the approx. 150 model 669 "interim" pistols were mfg. in 1988 only

    Hope that helps!

    MODEL 669 STAINLESS - 9mm Para. cal., smaller version of Model 659 with 12 shot finger extension mag., 3 1/2 in. barrel, fixed sights, molded Delrin grips, ambidextrous safety standard, 26oz. Mfg. 1986-1988 only.
    Last edited by Once Bitten; May 16th, 2011 at 06:17 PM. Reason: addt'l info
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    Exact condition is highly important when determining firearm values.

    Sellers tend to upgrade the actual condition & buyers tend to downgrade condition.

    That's human nature I guess.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cincinnatti View Post
    How can I find out the value of my handgun??

    S & W Model 669 9 MM Semi-Automatic Hadgun
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    Go to a gun store in Cincinnati and ask.

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    Blue book will often undervalue a gun like this one. Since it was only manufactured for 3 years, there are not that many of them available for sale. So Supply/Demand kicks in to increase the price.

    In addition, many people consider this older S&W's to be "classics", and even prefer them over more modern designs.

    So the simple fact is that if someone really wants to specifically buy a S&W 669, there are not that many around to choose from. And if that is the gun that the buyer really wants, they are probably going to have pay 100% condition Blue book for a gun that is certainly not in pristine condition.

    I would say that you should keep the gun, unless you don't really care for it, or are absolutely dead broke and desperate for cash.

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