I saw a really nice one on sale at Gander Mountain for 99$ and couldn't resist. These guns are neat because they each carry a little peace of history with them. Mine Has a hammer and sickle emblem on it and 1945 is the date stamped on it. It had that waxy grease (cosmoline I think) caked all over it from decades ago, so I had to completely strip it and give it a good cleaning. I can't wait to take it to the range next week. I've heard nothing but good things about these guns.