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All technical data in this website, especially for handloading, reflect the limited experience of individuals using specific tools, products, equipment and components under specific conditions and circumstances not necessarily reported in the article and over which the National Rifle Association (NRA) has no control . The data have not otherwise been tested or verified by the NRA. The NRA, its agents, officers and employees accept no responsibility for the results obtained by persons using such data and disclaim all liability for any consequential injuries or damages.

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  6. How can I get technical answers or historical information on my firearm?
    For information of a historical nature about the firearm, please send your question to the "Dope Bag section of American Rifleman, which is where readers' questions of a technical nature are answered. Because Rifleman no longer has a technical staff on site devoted to answering technical or historical firearms questions from our members, we ask that members with these queries write in by regular mail. This allows us to send your questions out to our field editors for expert answers. Please include a self-addressed, stamped envelope in your letter with the question (we don't like to ask for postage, but this is what allows this to continue being a free service), and send it to the attention of "Dope Bag" at the address below:

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  7. Can you tell me what my old/antique/rare firearm is worth?
    The NRA is not set up for gun appraisals. Your best bet is to find a qualified appraiser to physically inspect the gun. You may also check the Blue Book of Gun Values for information, which you can find in your local library, bookstore, or online at www.bluebookofgunvalues.com.

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