My elderly neighbor came down and sold me a Norinco 9mm semi-auto pistol. I really didn't want it, but he is 89 yrs old and his wife has Alzheimer disease and he didn't want it in the house. He told me to take it out and shoot it, which I did and it shoots high at 10 feet. I shot some Hornady Critical Defense rounds through it to see how strong it was. I might add I did it with trepidation however everything was alright. Told me he needed $25.00 and I told him no. I gave him $40.00 as he can't drive and has to take a taxi everywhere he goes. That will give him a months worth of taxi tickets. Trouble is, what do I do with it? Functional wise, it works good and it has some holster wear on the left side of the muzzle. I really don't think there is much of a demand for this type of pistol. It does say Pomona, Ca. on the side of it, caliber size and no name. Has the original handgrips (phenolic) and backsided safety. Any suggestions?