I'm considering selling all of my AR-15 related stuff. I have other guns and ammo that I will be keeping. I've owned it for 1 year (almost exactly), have done some training with it, but don't shoot it much anymore because ammo is expensive (BEFORE the freakout). Talk me out of selling it for a reasonable (not gouging but higher than what I paid for it) profit while this high-demand, low-supply market is hot. BUT, please do so without ANY of the following: * The word "zombie". * Fear-mongering about the government taking away all of my freedoms. * Fear-mongering about society collapsing and brigands stealing my prepared resources. * Hyperbole that would cause most of the world to roll their eyes, and some people to call for psychiatric evaluation. * Guilt-inducing statements about destroying the market and backstabbing all gun owners. I want to hear some reasoned arguments in practical terms about how I can benefit by having an AR-15, a dozen magazines, and several thousand rounds of ammunition gathering dust in my armory. Please, while you do so, keep the forum rules in mind, particularly the first rule ("Attack the argument, not the arguer" and "must be done in a well-mannered form"). If you're not willing to put for the effort for more than a single short sentence, then please don't bother replying at all. Thanks in advance for a positive, enlightening discussion.