...I'm sure we've all got them, that gem at the gun store or the pawn shop where the asking price is ridiculously less than what it should be, but that we chose to pass on and months down the road kick ourselves for not buying. The two most recent for me (in the last year): A CZ 75 police model complete with night sights and two 15 round mags for $450 at Clackamas gun broker. I handled it, it felt great, I have always REALLY wanted a 75, but for whatever the reason I didn't buy it. A week later I came to my senses and raced back to GB, and of course it was gone (sad face). $450?! Why didn't I jump on that????? Second was a beat up old Savage/Stevens 12 gauge pump. Not too familiar with the make or model, but it had no ejection port and thusly ejected the empties out the loading gate like an Ithaca. Anyways, old beat up savage/stevens with a pistol grip for $150 at 99 gun and pawn off of Mcloughlin. Handled it, action smooth as glass, but decided to pass. Again, a coupla weeks later when I realized what a stupid mistake I'd made, I ran back and found it had sold. Thinking about these two guns still brings a tear to my eye. Why didn't I jump on those deals???