I used to have a whole bunch of firearms, now I have maybe a third of what I used to have. I never really had the disposable income to spend. $200 was pretty easy to come by, $300 was a bit harder. Over that amount? Fuggadeaboutit! Still, over the years I was able to accumulate a few. The spousal unit had a fit when I told her I needed to buy another security cabinet to secure them. You can have some more room when you build another room she says. So I did the next best thing. I started selling them on consignment at the LGS. I gave up a bit of money in their commissions, but they did all the paperwork, so it was worth it. Anyway, I didn't lose money on but a few I sold, I at least broke even on most of them. I took store credit and started buying Rugers. Here about 3 years later I am very happy with my very much reduced but much higher quality collection. I centered around the American line, both pistol and rifle, specifically the American Ranch Rifle, I am missing only the 450 Bushmaster, don't know if I really want it. I have the RAPC, LCPII, and, all 3 models of the LCRX. The SR1911, GP100, single Six, Super Blackhawk, and Bearcat, all in stainless. And probably should not have done it, but the SP101MC on layaway. The Gen1 Charger, MKII (which was the only Ruger I owned) and 10/22 round out my collection. The 10-22 has had the Magpul Hunter stock and Ruger stainless target barrel added. I only need an American shotgun, which they do not make, maybe some day, and a 308 rifle. I keep eyeing the Precision Rifle in 308. It's doable, but hard to swallow nearly $1200. Add that while every gun shop has them in 6.5 CM, none of them have them in 308. Plus I really don't like the handguard, I like the looks of the Savage BA10 Stealth better. But I think I have a solution. Magpul has announced the Hunter stock will be available for the short action American Rifle later this year. I think it will be a perfect home for the American Predator in 308! As an added bonus, all 5 of my security cabinets have been sold and my firearms reside in a honest to goodness real safe, the Canon Widebody. Life is good, I'm happy!