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Kobayashi Maru

For an "off" opinion, my answer is "D", none of the above. Too many folks buy multiple poor examples instead of saving their money for one, all correct decent one. Find a wartime dated, original finish, matched (mag m/m OK) bringback and ditch multiple other examples of lesser qualiy. If you approach your collection this way, it will always increase in value and is far more historically interesting. Quality over quantity every time (of course, a LOT of really nice pieces is the long-term goal!). Plus, in this case it probably would have cost less overall? The patience part gets a lot of folks. The exception is something so rare you might not ever get another chance... then buy it and hope for an upgrade opportunity. I have lots of gun types on their 2nd or third upgrade (also tied to more money than when I started collecting).
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