Had a guy come in today with his kids asking for some ammo for his old revolver his grandfather gave him. He said it was a .32 so I asked to see it so we could verify. Sure enough it was a .32 WCF which is a right old cartridge. Upon closer inspection his "old revolver" turned out to be a 1890s model Colt single action Army ... and it's approx. value according to our appraisal book was about $8,000 - $12,000. When I saw it said Colt, and it was a Single Action I immediately told him not to ever shoot it again. He didn't seem so adamant about taking that advice until he saw what it was worth. He then chucked aside all intentions to shoot it and went straight, presumably, to McBride's where we told him to have it appraised for insurance value. The gun had 8 notches cut into the extractor tube, which is Texan for bodies of some sort, so the gun had some heritage to it being a factory heirloom. I also told him and his kids to never sell it.