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I am trying to find the value on a Union Armera model 210-E. I have an opportunity to purchase one from a friends father. Are they good guns? Gun is in like new condition. It is a 12ga. Please pass along anything you know. Thanks again.

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scottd901,

From Terry Wieland's book, Spanish Best..., Union Armera was the fore runner of Grulla Armas, which is currently one of the top Spanish gunmakers. Union Armera had been in business 4 years when the 1932 Spanish Civil War broke out. It closed during the war and afterward made medium quality custom guns. They weren't marketed that well abroad and weren't widely known outside of Spain. Today, Grulla Armas is a high end custom gunmaker known world wide for best quality guns. So, from that heritage, this may be a pretty good gun. Others on this forum may be able to help you establish a value.

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Union Armera changed their name somewhere around 1982 to Grulla )pronounced Grulya, it literally means crane and the bird is the symbol of the company today). The 210-E is a sidelock ejector model with POW grip and beavertail fore end (may vary). Depending on the condition, the gun so probably worth between $1500 and $2800. Do a Google search on Union Armera and then refine the search with 210-E and you'll get a pretty good idea of what is available.

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