Originally Posted by TeamCanada
The best find wasn't in the store, they drove a couple hours out of Vegas to a guy with a pristine Gatling gun- the thing fired off rounds like butter.
Needless to say they were way off on price.
I think the key to Pawn Stars is it's a business that happens to be on tv (staged yes) rather than a tv show that runs a business. Their bottom line on goods & pricing supercedes anything that might work for better ratings- hell, their ratings are partially driven by the stuff they just look at. That's rather insane.
The gattling gun they went to look at was completely sweet and ya they were way off in price but I cant hit the seller on it. He knew what he had and he didnt want to budge, someone may pay his price someday.
I also really enjoyed the episode where Corey took in the green monster head made of plastic that belonged to the monster from Stretch Armstrong. His father and Grandfather were ripping into him until they had the toy guy come in and inform them that it was the holy grail of all toys, even without the body.