Working part-time in a gunshop for several years now, I've seen an alarming amount of the current generation of kids trading grandpa's, uncle's, or even their fathers guns for the current Iphone, tablet, or current game system. It's not unusual to see an 18 year old come in to the shop with a beat up 30-06 from some sporterized military origin, or an old A1 or A2 style ar-15, or an nice Browning Sweet 16, that they were given to them or inherited from a family member. Yet they have zero interest in beyond how much can they get for it. I bought a nice Walther P-38 with capture papers from a guy who just wanted enough to buy an xbox 360. He didn't care that grandpa captured it just off the beaches of Normandy or even the Bronze Star citation that explained how he captured it. As an American soldier in Iraq, I was not allowed to bring home any war trophies, even those allowable under U.S. law, no matter what event transpired.