There is a pawn shop I stop by whenever I'm in the area to look at their gun selection. They usually have a few sporterized milsurps, a few shotguns, and some hunting rifles, and various .22s. I had been eyeing a Glenfield 60 with the squirrel stock for a few months but he wouldn't come down below $125.00. Not a bad price but since I really didn't need it I passed several times. Now I went in the other day and he decided to go $115. So I told him to write it up. While he was pulling out the paperwork, I asked about a Marlin 60. He said if I buy both, he would go $100. For the Marlin. Now this rifle still had the factory sticker on the stock warning that it was for LR only and wouldn't function with .22 long or short or shot shell. Made in 1987. So I said write that one up too. While I was filling out my 4473, he brings out a Rossi in .17 HMR and asks if I'm interested. It has a broken trigger guard but he said he'd take $50 for it. I say $25, he says $35. I say write that one up too. So, my haul that day was 1975 Glenfield Squirrel 1987 Marlin 60 (nearly new condition) And a Rossi .17HMR (will add the barrel and forend to my daughters .22/.410 matched pair). Grand total, $250.00, out the door. Three more I didn't need, but who's counting?