Okay, so I have two Bulgarian Makarovs that are currently both sitting in a ton of cosmoline. There are the recently imported ones that are in unissued/like-new condition. Both guns come with like-new black holsters, cleaning rod, and two magazines. The differences are: One gun comes with a single serial-number matching magazine. The other magazine does not match, but the Bulgarians originally made these guns with two matching magazines per gun. So one of the magazines I have for it does not have the correct serial number on it. On the other gun, neither of the two magazines match the serial number. But, it has a nifty plastic covered log book from the Slovenian Army that came with it. It is serial number matched to the pistol and has actual Slovenian soldier handwriting in it and a cool stamp mark. So, I ask you guys, which of these guns is more valuable? The one with a serial-matching magazine, or the one with two mismatched magazines but a serial-matched army log book? I want to clean one of them up to make as a shooter, but want to keep the most valuable one in the grease for long-term preservation and resale purposes just in case. Thanks!