100 thoughts on “Pawn Stars: Extremely Expensive One-of-a-Kind Rifle (Season 16) | History

  1. I do not understand these people. Someone from family left them one of a kind valuable collectable item and they sell it for nothing…

  2. It you have something that rare why get low balled at a pawnshop just take it to an auction house and make a killing

  3. 5:02– that says it all right there. โ€œMy wife is going to be really happy.โ€ Not him, his wife. Meanwhile, sheโ€™s probably sitting at home with three closets worth of shoes going back to the 80โ€™s. Typical.

  4. Really think that old rifle is worth 25k .. not
    This is why their not in business no more SUCKER !!!!๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚

  5. Thing will probably be sold for hundred thousand to a collector. Guy who sold it was either ignorant or desperate. There's alot of super rich who would love a 1 of a kind rifle.

  6. I feel bad that the guy has to give something valuable, especially from his grandfather, away to someone else. Even if u have to for money, itโ€™s still sad

  7. It always offends me to see someone that has been bequiffed an item that the previous owner kept and cared for, for decades only to have the person given the privilege of owning it turn around and sell it…. Thanks.

  8. One of a kind, worth more than $25K to the right buyer. I would have done some homework and either kept or sold at a high price. But… at times people need money fast and thatโ€™s where the Pawn Shop comes in. Everybody happy, good deal!

  9. never watched this show but this whole video makes this show out to be people scamming other people who don't know value of their stuff.

  10. Im very happy for this guy tbh.. idk why, but he got more than he wanted and he was happy. I guess I feel bad Bc he blinks hard sometimes

  11. When I watch this show with my dad and I we often come out pretty close to what the crew often pays for the item. From a business point of view, you have to remember that they have to sell the item on if theyโ€™re gonna to make any money for themselves.

  12. accepting 18k when it could be sold at 25k. if it was me then i would at least maintain it at 23k or 22k. and plus its one of a kind

  13. I've been offered 5 grand for my dads US Armory model 1903 30-06 sniper rifle he left me. It was actually made in 1931. It still sits above my fireplace and will be handed down to my daughter. Her husband is an Army Ranger and loves it.

  14. I want $12500, Rick: Iโ€™ll go $5 dollars because I have inventory it and put it in a frame plus Iโ€™m taking all the risk! Why would anyone take anything of value to a pawn shop?

  15. Heโ€™ll just blow the 18 grand on trip to Vegas or some crap and loss a family heirloom. Hopefully it ends up in good hands unlike where it was with this guy

  16. the people selling items should not give the pawn shop people a rough idea of how much they want for the items until they find out from the expert.

  17. Its worth $25K yes, but thats at a retail price meaning your not gonna get 25K giving it to them they have to make money off of it

  18. Corey starts explaining..
    Seller: ok๐Ÿ˜
    Corey explaining continues..
    Seller: ok๐Ÿ˜’

    the seller knew everything about it๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚

  19. So at the shop he alr said it's worth $25k if it works and when he says it again at the range the seller acts surprised???

  20. Seller; I got a Electric chair used in Texas called old sparky
    Rick; I got a expert on Electric chairs and execution
    Seller: ok
    Rick: I will give u 10 bucks and chumlieeโ€™s Taco Bell dinner and I taking a chance on it,donโ€™t know vary many people wanting to buy a Electric Chair

  21. It always appears that "the one of a kind" item always walks into store, that their experts have never seen! Hmmmm… .

  22. Do the people who are on the show ever know what there looking at? They always need a buddy to come have a look at it

  23. I would love to have a piece of history like that. If I ever decided to get rid of it I would never take it to these crooks. It would he going up in a legitimate auction or sold to a history museum.

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