Cindy's father passed away a year ago. He had several interesting guns, including a Winchester Hi-Wall, a .50 Sharps (the kind you fashion paper cartridges for), and a vintaae Winchester lever action in .32 Special. After her father's death, some of the guns were allocated: the kid got the Sharps; Cin got the Winchester, and Cin's brother got the Hi Wall and some others such as an Ithaca Model 37 and a Remington Pump Action 30-06. However, except for the Sharps and the Hi Wall they all remained at Cin's parents house. Well, Cin's mother got worried about them in her house, so today I got another metal gun cabinet and moved about 18 rifles and shotguns from one house to another. While I was doing it I oiled all of them, and, for good measure, went ahead and oiled my guns. The process took all afternoon. There was one gun I had told Cin's mother I would buy if she ever decided to sell any, which was a Smith and Wesson Model 48 .22 magnum revolver, with a .22lr cylinder. Well, now that they're not being sold, Cin's brother decided he wants that too. Of course. However, I'm not going to argue about it. I recently told him that if he EVER wanted to sell the Hi-Wall let me know. If I'm lucky I'll wind up with a couple of moderately interesting guns, such as a Remington 1889 double barrel 12 gauge with the outside "rabbit ear" hammers, and a Savage 22/410 combo. Oh, and a couple of other double barreled shotguns, but mostly lower end Italian made guns. Probably a Thompson Center flintlock. I did score a couple of bricks of .22, about 10 boxes of 12 gauge slugs, about 6 boxes of .32 Special ammo, and three of four boxes of 12 gauge shot shells. Two cans of black powder. Not bad for an afternoon's effort.