Gun Appraisals

Professional Gun Appraisals and Firearms Valuations

Formal firearms evaluations for collectors, insurers, lawyers, executors, and trustees

There are many reasons why you might want an appraisal for the value of your firearms; insurance, legal reasons, estate gun appraisals, divorce gun appraisals, appraisals on firearms to establish loss or risk due to fire, theft, or damage…

Or you might just be curious.

Whether you intend to sell your firearms or not, reducing your insurance-related liability and getting a clear and accurate estimation of the value of your collection is a worthwhile endeavour.

Gun Appraisals

Firearms Appraisal in the Greater Toronto Area

Our knowledgeable and experienced team of firearms specialists conducts extensive research and analysis of all firearms, ammunition, and related gear to provide our clients with a professional and fair opinion of value.Our firearms appraisal services for insurance and estate valuations include:

  • Formal inspections and assessments of any type or class of firearm including antiques
  • Providing clients with a comprehensive report of their firearms and related gear
  • Market value and replacement value appraisals
  • Legal and equitable options for selling the firearms in your possession
  • Secure and legal transportation and short-or long-term firearms storage services
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Understanding Value

In economics 101, they teach that an item’s value is the price someone is willing to pay in an open, competitive market environment.
Once your firearms are appraised, if you should choose to sell, our job is to create that open competitive market environment and generate bidders to do battle for your valuable items on our online auction platform.

We are experts at finding the top value for your guns!

In order for us to find multiple bidders for an item, we pay to have an enormous e-blast sent to 65,000+ subscribers who are interested in knowing about firearms for sale.

Important information for widows, heirs, and executors

As of January 2016, the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) requires all firearms to be professionally appraised. For widows, heirs, and estate executors who have firearms bequeathed to them, the CRA requires them to have estate firearms appraised before a will may be probated. (See: The Estate Administration Tax on Firearms)