Posted April 13, 2020 2:26 pm by Comments


If I had to spend $1000 on either a diamond ring, a bolt action rifle, or a bottle of rare wine, I’d choose the gun every time. And it’s not just because I love firearms.

No matter how you feel about the Second Amendment, there’s no denying that arms, unlike most consumer goods, increase in value over time. The demand for firearms surges in times of crisis but remains constant year after year due to the vast array of shooting disciplines such as hunting, competition, and self-defense. If you want to throw money out the window, go ahead and buy that diamond, but if you want to sink your cash into something that pays dividends in more ways than one, buy yourself that gun.

But what guns are likely to hold value the most?

In general, you don’t have to own George Washington’s Saddle Pistols (reportedly sold at auction for $1,986,000) to bolster your arsenal investment, as every gun has potential for resale. In the shotgun and rifle platform, wood furniture is preferable over composites, and shotguns like side by sides and over and unders are safe bets. Smaller-gauge scatterguns seem to hold their worth better than large bore, most likely because there …Read the Rest

Source:: Selling the Second Amendment

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