This is a discussion on How to determine value of handgun to be sold within the General Firearm Discussion forums, part of the Related Topics category; I have been interested in selling my Taurus PT92af(not in this forum, no worries) but am having trouble determining value. I have not seen any ...
I have been interested in selling my Taurus PT92af(not in this forum, no worries) but am having trouble determining value. I have not seen any used on gun broker and none of my local gun shops buy used guns. I payed about 450 out the door for it new. I was not sure at first as it didnt have original cardboard box but the gun shop gave me a Beretta 92 plastic box so it fits perfect. It has been spotlessly maintained, no rust, 1200 rounds through it and has 2 Taurus 17rnd magazines and a well made no-name mag from cheaper than dirt, 15 round. How do i determine the value of it if i were selling it? The local gun shows are just the norm, full boat retail, reloads and beef jerky, so i don't really reference them well. Any ideas what i should ask?
Last edited by Delcorbett; March 12th, 2009 at 12:48 AM. Reason: grammatical errors
Pay someone with a bluebook to tell you.
I have a local guy who has done some work for me that does it for free, but the book aint free and so I would not expect someone to check it for me for free.
Call a gunsmith and ask if he can give you the book value.
A Beretta I have is valued $325-$375 after 1000 rounds and a ~$700 price.