So, in a largeish trade we did recently, we acquired a little youth-sized .410 gauge H&R Topper. Not knowing what else to do with it, I stuck it out on the floor rack for $49.
I've been thinking about it ever since.
I mean, I've spent more than that on lunch before. Ponder the following, if you will; for less than a C-note, somebody could pick up a cosmetically nice, functioning gun (complete with tax and TICS check fee), plus plenty of buckshot, slugs, and birdshot. It's nice and small, so it'd be an ideal truck/trunk gun. It'd make a better canoeing gun than one of those Henry Survival Rifles. (If the Henry falls overboard, it floats. If the H&R falls overboard, who cares? It was only $50, after all.) It'd make a great gun for teaching kids to shoot.
It's sounding more and more attractive by the day.
Y'know, I don't currently own any disposable guns, myself. Hmm.