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Running Out of Room in the Safe for Handguns!

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I have the opposite problem, my pistol selection is quite lacking compared to the rest. I think the next few additions will need to be of the hand gun variety.
 

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It's gotten to the point that I am going to have to sell some as I am now totally out of room. The problem is, which ones do I want to part with? I've had to resort to storing some in a small safe that was supposed to be for valuables and valuable papers and such.

Guess I need to prioritize and start listing a few. Dang, I almost hate having to do this. Like with pets; you get attached to them.



Oh, you’re so cursed! Sell half and start another collection of something different!
 

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Oh, you’re so cursed! Sell half and start another collection of something different!

Very few, if any, of my prized, vintage Walther PPK or PPK/S pistols will ever see the classifieds. A few of the second rate, off-brands of pistols, like my Sigs, S&Ws, Berettas and such may go up for sale though. The true Walthers are like money in the bank though, but with a pleasantly better rate of return on investment. I bought a PPK-L (the "brick through a plate glass window" model in .32ACP even) for right under $1,500 a few months ago - pristine condition; it's now selling these days for an easy $2K - $2.2K plus. And that's if you get lucky!
 
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