I appreciate the knowledge and experience here. I have a few firearms that I dont use much anymore, so im considering selling them to buy something that is more practical for me. so, I got a ruger mkIII 22/45 target model, very good condition, in the original box with original scope rail and everything, 2 ruger mags and 1 pro mag(cheap junk). once the mark 4 came out no one wanted the mk III so ive just held onto it, its a very accurate gun, i just dont really target shoot like that anymore, plus i have several other .22's. i think i paid just under $400 new. so anyways with the gun buying spree america seems to be on i wonder if now is a better time to consider selling? i wouldnt take less than $250 for it but would prefer more like $350. I dont know if the current market will justify that or not. https://www.gunbroker.com/item/876836903 this is similar, but mine actually has nicer cherry wood grips. I also have an an old marlin 25m bolt action . 22mag rifle. could magazines for it. sometimes it doesnt like to extract the spent cartridge. good condition if not great. I paid $150 for it, would like to get that or more. i put a bushnell 3-9x40 on it. also could include 200 rounds of .22mag for an additional $50. ( $12.50 for a box of 50 seems reasonable) https://www.gunbroker.com/item/878024450 mine looks like its in better shape than this one. I want to get a ruger sr9. I have an sr9c and would like the full size version that would share some of the larger mags. same ergos and manual of arms, holsters, etc. no its not a glock, but they are rock solid and accurate for me. i see them on bungroker for $ 300 ish, people seem to not like them, which is fine with me! https://www.gunbroker.com/item/877036117 so, it seems like i could at least get enough from selling the two to cover the sr9 plus some. I've got a ton of 9mm and right now the sr9c is the only 9mm pistol i have. i would like a full sized 9mm, and for the reasons above want to stick with the SR9 line.