I found that online....good for getting some info if you need it....just asking about an original manual.....thanks.
Saw one at my lgs yesterday for $449 new, a glock 17 model. They also had a CMR30, the first I've seen in the wild in more than a year, but it was $649.
Probably not worth anything. I downloaded the manual to my phone and IPad which make it easier to use and keep track of. I also have the same manual somewhere in my garage in a stack of gun manuals I’m just to lazy to get down.
It's entirely dependent on supply (how many factory manuals, or boxes, etc. are out there) and demand (how many collectors are looking for those same factory manuals, cases, etc.). Stuff like that gets listed on GunBroker all the time. Results are pretty unpredictable, but generally speaking, the stuff associated with out-of-production guns goes for more [duh]. Once in a rare while, I've seen items sell for what I consider insanely high prices, and it isn't necessarily the traditional Colt & Winchester stuff.the appreciation of such things is extremely low and slow. Yes, someday, in 750 years perhaps, it will be worth something. I can't imagine it being of any value in the next 50-100, though.
I have a SUB-9 in .40 S&W, which I bought used without a box, owners manual or sight adjustment tool. I have the manual in .PDF format, but I'd be interested in the manual if it's reasonably priced, just to go with the carbine. But what I'd really love to find is the sight adjustment tool!