Been going through my safe and analyzing which guns I should keep and which ones I really should sell. I ended up selling my GSG 1911-22 and my Ruger SR-22 handguns. I just didn't shoot those two .22 handguns much, and my Ruger MKIII does an all around better job than those two. One thing I noticed during my family reunions this summer, the SR-22 shoots way high and to the left when a thread adapter and suppressor are put on. It pretty much made the gun unusable when suppressed--which is how I shoot most of my .22's now. My MKIII with a red dot and suppressor was drilling 100 yard steel plates while rested. I just found that with the MKIII set up the way it was, I had no need for those other two .22 handguns. The MKIII is a dang accurate pistol. In the future I might buy another identical MKIII to use for .22 pistol duels.
I am also debating selling my Marlin 336 in 30-30. I haven't shot it in over a year and a half, and with my current guns, I don't know why I should keep it. With the CZ chambered in 7.62x39 and my .300 blk rifles, It seems like the 100-300 yard range is covered quite well. Although I do love lever action rifles, I am not sure if the 30-30 cartridge has much to offer me now. If I sell this rifle, I will need to replace it with something so I don't get seller's remorse. I was thinking maybe a Uberti Schofield, a suppressor, a lever action .22, a tactical solutions .22 upper like this, or maybe some more/better optics for some of my existing firearms.
[If guns are a gift, an inherited item, or have any sentimental value, I don't sell them--even if they have no shooting value to me.]