mayor al Not the time to tie up a lot of money right now.
I recall reading fairly recently that "the right" firearms have been a good investment over the past 20 or 30 years, and short term too. Prices at "legitimate" auctions point to investments in "collector" guns, (like your new pride????) rather than guns in general. Like art and coins, you have to know what you are doing, or trust a pro. CD's don't seem to be a good place to tie up money either.
When I was young, my Dad made a few bucks buying and selling ordinary guns, and later buying and selling old trucks and Model A Fords. It takes a lot of time, and eventually he tired of spending Saturday mornings with "tire kickers, dreamers, and shysters". It is probably more fun when it's a hobby.
post edited by tmiles - 2014/09/25 18:08:43