My belief is that a firearm belongs with someone who loves it. If you are unhappy with a firearm, or simply just never use it because you have other firearms you like better, then you should seriously consider selling it or gifting it to a relative or friend. (Thinking like father to son.) The reason I say this is that sometimes it's hard to part with your guns. If you are anything like me, then for at least some part of your life it was difficult to afford to buy a new gun. They become something you value, even when you no longer really like one of them. You have to remind yourself that someone else may find that to be a really wonderful piece of equipment.
I was in a local gun shop one day and a guy came in with an old .270. He said he inherited if from his grandfather, but he doesn't hunt and he'd moved gun case around too many times. He needed parts for his bike and wanted to sell it. A week later, I was in the same shop and a young man was buying the same rifle. He had a look on his face like a 6 year old does on Christmas morning. He said he'd been wanting a rifle like that for a long time and was overjoyed that he found such a nice one and at a price he could afford. Everyone got what they wanted or needed.
I’ve played the role of the young man a couple of times.
I traded my guitar and $32 for an old 30-30 about 30 years ago.