25, 50, 100 years from now, which modern guns will be coveted much like a Colt SA, Ruger Security Six, pre 64 model 94, etc. To me, aside from being great shooters, a good chunk of what makes these so desirable is the way they age. The patina the blued/stainless steel and wood take on over time just makes them keep getting better looking as the years go by when taken care of. I’m not sure age will be as kind to modern polymer guns. I don’t think it will add character the way it does to steel and wood. But maybe the younger generations won’t care about that. I understand the pros of a Glock and it’s relatives, but they sure don’t get me all worked up seeing one behind the counter like a nice, old revolver does. I guess to me they are like modern cars - it’s hard to tell them apart. Cars in the 50’, 60’s, etc. had personality, and personality in design was important. I’m afraid personality in design is a lost art.