So, my dad bought a Glock 30 some years ago on the advice of another doctor he's worked with, but hasn't done much with it. It sits under his desk with a big box of Winchester target ammo that has now corroded to the point of uselessness due to improper storage in salty sea air. Fast forward to today. My NOS Radom P-64 has pretty much supplanted my Charter Arms Mag Pug as my CCW of choice, and I've always wanted a .45 of some kind. Dad doesn't know a lot about guns, particularly their worth, and I suspect the only reason he got the thing was because of the first of Obama's gun scares, and for peace of mind. My question to the HPFF public is "Is it unethical to propose a trade of one firearm for another of lesser value to someone who has small knowledge of said value?" Another question might be "Wouldn't I be doing him a favor by getting him to trade away a Glock?" :nahnah: [EDIT] Need to clarify, this was a rhetorical. The question, I mean. Not the scenario that prompted me to ask it. I wouldn't cheat the guy.