Have you tried any consignment guns lately? In today's market just about every type of gun is selling at a decent rate. Anything that can be used as carry or home defense, hunting and sporting guns just don't sit around. Beat up older .22's and guns with odd calibers, odd makers etc don;t sell as fast but even they seem to be moving at a decent pace compared just a couple of years ago. Like Alan said, 10% is not a bad rate and you'll probably pay more at the auction house but i would still check to be sure. If you sell at online auctions you need to do a bunch of pictures, monitor your emails frequently and answer questions and then pack and ship if sold. It can be quite a bit of work and then if the buyer isn't happy for some reason that could create a bunch of problems and hassles as well. If you plan on selling them online(Auction or like Phil said right here) make sure you have long gun boxes and packing beforehand, they can be a pain to find when you need them. Pistols are easy because of the size.