I've been contemplating selling off some guns and reducing my inventory of .45 in particular. The main reason so I can justify buying some higher end 1911's in 9mm or 38SUP. I tossed around putting them in the classified here but I didn't really want to hassle with negotiating, payment, shipping, etc. Mostly Sig's, Kimber's, Glock's, XD's which generally don't do well here anyway. We've got an auction house in Burton, Ohio about 40 minutes away from me that always seems to bring top buck. I've bought a few guns from them and I've always been happy with them. There's a 15% commission but they do all the advertising, shipping, and I know everything is legal. I also brought 5) 1911's with me, 2) Sig's 1) Kimber, 1) DW (9mm ironically), and a LB. I had a pit in my stomach the whole way out there and nearly turned back more than once. I contemplated pulling out the LB and the DW but went ahead and carried them into the store. I sat down with the gentlemen who was very nice and inventoried the guns. We had a mutual background in machine tools and reminisced about the good old days. He went thru everything and I was actually fine until I we got to the LB. It's a gun that's not even broke in, probably less than 300 rounds, never been field stripped. I just don't really enjoy shooting it for some reason. I've got a Stinger that may be one of my favorite guns but this one just doesn't do it for me. I couldn't do it! I apologized but told him that one was going to go back home with me. he just laughed a little and told me that was probably a good choice. He even walked to the back and wiped it down for me and said he just liked holding it. I felt a lot better about everything after deciding to keep the LB. Some of the guns I bought really well but some of them I'm sure I'm going to take a hit on in this market. I'll let you know how I do in about 30 days.