This video takes a look at the 10 best guns to keep a hold of since not only will you make money on them in the long run, but also because of how awesome these firearms are.

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  1. Great choices… Now you need to make a Top Ten (In)Expensive Guns You Should Never Sell. One I would suggest is the Ruger Security Six .357, my favorite revolver. Grace and peace.

  2. "Number nine: The Russian Dragunov! Imported to the United States under the name of, 'the Tiger'.
    1) The image is a Romanian PSL.
    2)Tigrs and SVDs are not the same thing.

    Also, thanks for helping to dry up the secondary market and helping your fellow fudds to rationalize their asinine prices.

  3. the rifles shown are all well and good. BUT, ya really missed a main stay, of which I own 2. the 1912 Springfield 30.06. bolt action. this is what I use from hunting to base line home defense. I only use 180 grain rounds. This should have been on that guys list. note. I modified both to hold magazines that hold 10 rounds. better than breach load, and holds more. and more is always better!! had to really shop around for those 10 round mags though.

  4. President like collecting guns like you'god family and guns, really nice guns,is great collecting guns, perfict like guns "anyway have nice day"?

  5. I don't know about you folks but I ain't gonna sell my Walther PPK chambered in .32 acp. That's the gun that Hitler used to kill himself, thereby, ending WWII. That's also the gun that 007 himself made famous and carried as his sidearm from Russia With Love all the way to Spectre, with a few exceptions in between. So, like some of the guns featured on this video, the PPK has a storied history.

  6. I sure as hell wouldn't sell any of my 12 rifles and I'd never purchase any of yours, too old fashioned but to each his own as long as they work for you.

  7. I would absolutely agree with the first eight firearms. Every time I've shot a Dragunov, it was courtesy of the owner wanting to sell it. I just sold a Mosin-Nagant 91/30 sniper version with the original PU scope. I am still kicking myself for not buying my M14 from the army for $42 in 1974.

  8. Why collect guns if not to sell or trade them. Wait until you die and leave them to family or friends who probably won't care about them beyond their sell value? If you have a person who shares your love of guns, you're fortunate. But what if you only have family with no interest in your collection? Leave your collection to them and their husbands? My suggestion, when you get old, keep one or two for personal protection and hunting, and sell, give away or donate the rest. That way, you control that other enthusiasts enjoy them as much as you have, and reduce the possibility of them ending up in a pawn shop somewhere, only to be sold to amateurs or criminals.

  9. Cool selection of guns, but what about a American made selection? like, 180 series mini14, Weatherby custom deluxe 270wby, ruger, " flat top revolver and guns like those… Thanks for the video

  10. I began collecting in 1963 when I picked up my 1st M-1 for $80 still wrapped in factory wax paper but my father began collecting in 1920 , he bought 2 Thompson police special packages with cases for $180 , I own 2 Detective snub nose 38s my wife carried for years before adopting the Makerov 9mm as her carry weapon , I became a prepper with my father in 1959 when we built our bomb/blast/fallout shelter & that's when collecting started getting out of hand , my dad bought a dozen Enfields and a dozen combat magnums , I still use a Colt Python as my everyday carry piece , for preppers the best firearms to buy are matched caliber carbines and revolver combos along with the Remington 870 12 gauge , we have combos in 45acp , 357 magnum and 147 grain 9mm but my all time favorite rifle is the Marlin 444 of which we own 3 , fitted with optics it's one hell of a stand off rifle .