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It seems like many firearms start off not being very popular until after they're discontinued. Then, like artwork, they shoot up in value as people clamor to buy what they can no longer have.
It's interesting how this dynamic works, but we see it time and time again. We take a look at a coupe of rifles that weren't very popular when they were being sold, but now that they're gone they have skyrocketed in value.