What is it with all the super inflated prices on gunbroker's internet auction site these days? I am not just talking about the artificially inflated prices of collectible or rare firearms (which seems to be a common thing now) but I am talking about the high prices on every day firearms. I just bought a brand new S&W 629 Performance Center revolver from a retailer for $830 shipped but the cheapest ones listed on gunbroker are all $990 and up for used and new ones. Many are even priced at full MSRP and then they want shipping on top of the purchase price and FFL fees. If you look at closed auctions you get pages and pages of high priced auctions that close without a single bid. When I do a search it looks like only one out of every few dozen listings ever even get a bid...and those are the rare guns that are reasonably priced. What is the point of paying to list an item at a price it will never sell for under any circumstances? Are people really so out of touch with pricing? Do they not realize that shipping and FFL fees make their pricing even more ridiculous? And what is with the people that think just because a gun stopped being produced a year ago that it is now worth twice it's original MSRP?