I have an extremely nice Star Model B 9mm (Luger) to sell or trade. It was manufactured in 1955, and it's in about 95% condition with factory wood grips and the original factory mag. This pistol has a 5.4" barrel and traditional styling similar to a 1911 (according to my internet research, these are what Hollywood usually uses in movies instead of a true 1911 because the external extractor allows them to use their magical movie blanks). These guns were made in Spain for various European military groups, and they have a huge following because of their quality (their later "starfire" compacts didn't fare as well, but these older ones are tough to find - especially in this condition). Anyway, I have it in an aftermarket (Plano?) plastic pistol case, and I can throw in a cheap Uncle Mikes hip holster, but I don't have many other toys for it. Here's the deal, this is a cool gun, and 3 of the 4 people that I remember ever showing it to wanted to buy it from me on the spot, but I never use it and can't really justify a safe queen right now. What I need is a mid- to full-size Glock to practice with (Prefer G23, 2nd choice would be a G22, then maybe the same sizes in 9mm; prefer at least 2nd gen with night sights, but would consider a 1st gen if price is right). The value of this pistol seems to be about $325-350 from my research, so I guess that is the asking range. Or, I would prefer to trade it (I can add factory 9mm ammo or cash if necessary to balance the trade).