So I'm already planning my next gun purchase. I've narrowed it down to these two. The HS is an older "The Victor" model 5.5" barrel with barrel weight. It's a Hamden gun in about 95 to 98 percent. No box or papers. Price is $750. I've always wanted a HS Victor, but always get really close to buying and then can't seem to pony up that kind of money for a .22. Just hard to wrap my head around. I have a Ruger MK II Target and my old man has a S&W Model 41, so I'd like to add a HS Victor just to round out the collection. Second choice is a Sig 1911 Traditional Match Elite. It has the traditional slide as opposed to Sig's proprietary slide design on their other models. It has fully adjustable target sights. It's all stainless with the frame coated in their Nitron finish for a reverse two-tone look. Price is $850. So what would you do in this scenario?