March 10, 2020 - Guns & Other Firearms
Are you wondering how we have all this data on gun pawn prices? We don’t blame you for being curious. We would be, too! At PawnGuru, we facilitate online introductions between pawn shops and pawn customers who are looking to pawn or sell guns for top dollar.
How it works is you list your gun on PawnGuru for free, which only takes a couple minutes.
Enter your contact information, describe the gun and its condition, snap a photo and you’re done. This signals to pawn shops in your local area that you’re thinking about selling or pawning your gun. The interested pawn shops will then bid on your gun, and you’ll receive these offers online.
Having all the pawn shop offers for your firearm in one place online will help you compare the prices so that you can get the most money possible for your firearm.
See how much pawn shops pay for guns below!
Based on the available 2020 data from all gun offers on PawnGuru across the United States, here is how much pawn shops pay for guns on average—as well as minimum and maximum gun offers:
There is a huge variance between the minimum and maximum gun offers because there are so many different types of guns that people pawn or sell to pawn shops. In addition, the condition of the gun matters when it comes to selling a used gun.
Newer, higher-end guns will also sell for a lot more than old, lower-end guns. We’ll get more specific on how much pawn shops pay for specific types of guns included in those numbers. Take a look at our chart below.
Here is how much pawn shops pay for guns, by brand:
|Gun Brand||Min Gun Pawn Value||Max Gun Pawn Value||Average Gun Pawn Value|
|Heckler & Koch||$150||$500||$344.28|
|Ceska Zbrojovka (CZ)||$200||$700||$411.36|
Now that we’ve answered your question, “how much do pawn shops pay for guns?” based on PawnGuru’s 2020 data set, you probably want to know how to pawn or sell your gun in the easiest way possible—and for top dollar.
Here’s how to pawn or sell your gun:
David Stiebel is one of the cofounders of PawnGuru. David was educated at MIT, where he studied Math. He subsequently worked at Bain as a data scientist before starting PawnGuru in 2015. He started PawnGuru to build a better tool for pawn shops and consumers to connect.More Articles