Took a hard look at what's sitting in my gun safe and I have a few guns I just don't shoot. I've decided to offer them up to better homes. Prices, pictures and descriptions are below. 1) *SOLD SOLD SOLD* GAP 7mm WSM. First up is a GAP 7mm WSM. This was built on the Templar action and has serial number GA003. Barrel is a 24" Bartlein 1-8.7" of (I think) #5 contour, Manners stock, Badger Ordnance muzzle brake, etc. Comes with one AICS mag. I took the Mk4 in the pictures off it and have it mounted with a Burris XTRII 5-25 in seekins rings right now. It's a great rifle but I have another that fills the same niche so I don't shoot it. I never did load development for it so can't provide a recipe. It shot the factory HSM ammo with the 162 VLD into a tiny little hole. $2800 for the rifle $3600 for the rifle with scope and rings *SOLD* 2) Weatherby Ultra Lightweight .300 Wby. This is a great rifle I never should have bought. I got it as an elk backup/possible rifle for my wife to use, but she wants to have another kid instead of going elk hunting with me. I don't understand her, but there you have it. I like my Sako Finnlight too much, so I never actually took it hunting. The only time I had it out of the house was to take it to the range. It shot the Nosler 180gr E-Tip ammo really well. I have a Vortex Razor LH 3-15 mounted on it in Talley lightweight rings. This rifle has a factory brake installed by Weatherby. Recoil is less than my .270 WSM and very manageable for such a lightweight rig. $1300 for the rifle $1900 for the rifle with scope and rings 3) Ruger 10/22. Boyd's stock, Green Mountain barrel, some kind of aftermarket trigger or trigger job (I don't remember). Put this one together myself...even did the fancy paint job. Mounted with a Swarovski fixed 6x scope. Scope finish is rough but I sent it off to Swarovski and they said it's optically perfect. Very clear and bright. $400 for the rifle $800 for the rifle with Swarovski scope and rings 4) Dan Wesson Valor 1911. This is embarrassing. I've actually never shot this. I bet it's wonderful. I bought it used and it has a number of little scratches, etc. I used to shoot IDPA and thought I might want to try CDP-class. Never did. Decided I liked my STI more anyways. Comes with two mags. I think I have the hardcase somewhere but no promises. $1200 5) Sig Trailside .22. I've shot this but not much. Bought this because I also thought I was going to start shooting .22 matches. I didn't. Comes with original box, test target, and two mags. $400 6) Ithaca 51 12 Gauge. It goes boom when you pull the trigger. Some normal wear, no rust anywhere I've noticed. $250 7) Emerson CQC-7 Mini-B with wave. Serial number is only 0056. This is a real Emerson, not a Kershaw. Pictures on request. Used but in good working condition. $100 All prices include shipping from an individual to your FFL. If it has to go from my FFL then add another $30.