My current gun collection consists of: -CBC 12 gauge break-action w/ bird hunting barrel -Remington semi .22lr -Ruger 10/22 .22lr carbine -Ruger .357 magnum revolver -Ruger .32 police anniversary revolver -oldass .22lr revolver -2 bb guns for good measure I have been lusting after a Romak-3 dragunov-style rifle in 7.62x54R for a good while now. It is fairly accurate to mid-long range, reliable, based on the AK receiver, runs cheap ammo, and is overall badass. I am also planning on starting to hunt wild boar and deer this coming year, so this would be a good rifle for hunting/sniping/target shooting. The problem is a pawn shop somewhat near me has a HUGE wall of guns. For the same price as the Romak-3, I could pick up a good Mossberg 500 12 gauge, a Russian SKS, a Kel-Tec Sub2000 9mm (glock mags!), and probably another one or two decent guns, possibly a good scoped 30-sized scoped hunting rifle. I may even choose an good auto-pistol instead. The Romak is something like my dream gun, but going w/ the pawn shop purchase would greatly increase my gun collection, and may be just a bit more practical. Can anyone talk some sense into me?