Well to make a long story short, a guy my wife works with is getting rid his guns since they just sit in his closet. He sends me a picture of what he says is a SKS. Turns out it's a MAK 90 AK47 NIB with a 30 rd mag and about 130 rds of ammo. I tell him I want it and meet him after work. I kept asking him what he wanted for it and he kept saying " I have no idea what they are going for, I paid $300.00 back in the 90's so I can't charge more then that etc". Now I know what the gun was worth and I kind of played dumb about not knowing the current price etc. So when we meet and I go to pay him he says give me $150.00 since that's half of what I paid when I bought it. Now this guy is a good friend of the wife, heck of a nice person etc,etc. I really wanted to just give him the 150 and drive off with the best gun deal I ever got but my conscience got the best of me and I said here's 200.00. Now I know it's only fifty bucks more then what he wanted so was I wrong for not telling and offering him the true value of the gun or was it his loss for not finding out what would have been a fair price to charge? Just wondering if anyone else ran into this situation and how did you feel afterwards.