Great way to spend a Saturday morning - attending a small gun auction over in PA. About 105 pieces from three estates. There were some terrific deals -like a Ruger 22/45 for $160. Some really nice hunting rifles and a few pieces of milsurp. A distinct absence of black rifles - not by design, but because these came out of collections that dated back to the 60's, as well as some newer stuff.
I bid a Dan Wesson Pistol Pack, with seven barrels (2.5" / 4"/ 6" / 8" / 10" / 12" / 15"), three grips and two wrenches, up to $1K before dropping out. The guy I was bidding against got it for $1025. There was a pristine Colt Mk IV Series 70 that went for $550. A 1903M Springfield for $550. I did manage to bring home a lever action Marlin 1894, .44 Mag with a throwaway scope (Bushnell Sportview 4X) for an average price. Made in 1981 - maybe I can use it in PCC in IDPA , LOL.
i love auctions, even those without guns - having guns is just the cherry on top.
Just didnt like it. Not a bad feature, but not patient enough to get use to drawing and the wave feature not activating. So when I bought the Sheepdog, I wasnt in love with the knife. After the surgery on it, I am in love with it. So much so, I sold my A100, and my ZTs. Just dissected a pumpkin with it for the kids.