With prices surging, she keeps looking at the prices they are going for and a co-worker of her's just offered her $4200 for it and all the accessories. He's a guy and doesn't care that it's a pink gun. We probably have $12 or 1300 into it with all the mags, scope, light and all that. I told her she can't sell any of the .223 ammo with it because that is impossible to find at the moment. I suggested she should hold off and see where the ban goes because I believe prices are only going to increase more and if the ban happens it may turn into a very valuable weapon. She said she has had her fun with it and has made money on it. So we'll see what she does. She wants a better, smaller frame handgun for concealed carry. She likes her Sig but says it's too heavy for everyday. Which brings me to another thought. With all the talks of bans, weapons sales are at an all time high. You can't find these things. Guns and ammo are flying off the shelves. Used prices have goon through the roof. Even if the ban happens, in the last couple months the number of weapons put out there is staggering. I have bought ammo for my weapons anywhere I can find it. I don't currently need it, but I don't know if i'll be able to get it when I do want it. So the talks of bans have actually increased stockpiles of weapons and ammo in the public. I had to purchase another ammo safe to keep it locked up. This must be the economic stimulus Obama was talking about. I have A LOT of 7.62 NATO ammo that I have been selling. I haven't had a weapon that shoots 7.62 in many years. I box that sold new for $3.99 (target loads) is now selling for $50+. Not my price, it's what the buyer is offering. Hollow or soft point hunting loads are even more. A couple more boxes and i'll get my hot tub. I have said many times I am for stricter checks in a timely manor and ongoing evaluations but not a supporter of outright bans. The discussion...In reality, removed from emotion, what good, at this point in time would a ban on any weapon that has been legal to purchase for years do? It won't remove those weapons from the public. It won't stop private party sales. It won't reduce the numbers in public significantly without expensive buy back programs. It won't stop a criminal from getting one and using it. It won't stop a mental case from taking an unsecured weapon and killing people. I do not see what the benefit will be save for a symbolic gesture to tell people that those weapons are dangerous. Well duh. Guns are not like coffee makers and computers. They are not throw away items. If they break, they get fixed. The bans do not cover repair parts and even if it did, in this day and age the parts could be ordered from a different country. A ban will not reduce the current number of weapons in a tangible way. Even if you stopped ALL new sales, a hundred years from now there would still be guns, and they would still shoot.