I have a new in the box Browning Gold 12ga Friend of the NRA 2000 Gun of the Year, signed and numbered with gold inlay. I also have the Frisnd of the NRA 2000 Print of the Year with the same number as the gun. Does anyone know the value of these items?
My estimate would be the going value of the Browning NIB,plus the value of the engravings. If you purchased these two items at a Friends Banquet you should have received a receipt showing the value of them. Possibly contact the NRA Field Rep for your area,he may know what some of these have sold for in the past.
Retired Air Force Msgt--NRA Life Member since 1971
I sold a Friends of NRA Browning Buckmark that was about the same time frame for twice what I paid for it just a couple of years after buying it. I think the NRA guns are commanding a premo buck. They are all truly unique firearms and I am lucky enough to have last years 572. The gun of the year has their own serial numbers and have taken a trip through the custom shop of each manufacture.
I think you can double the price as a start. The bummer is none of the price books show NRA guns of the year.