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Choo-Choo, Cha-Ching!

The guys find a motorized railroad speeder from the 60s and a pre-WWI Japanese semi-automatic pistol.

- YEAH, PALMER, ALASKA!

- I KNOW YOU WANTEDTO EXPERIENCE REAL ALASKA.

YEP.- 325.

- 5.- 500 IN THE BACK.

- SOLD IT. SOLD IT.SIR, YOU OWN IT.

- WELCOME TO ALASKA.

- OH-HO-HO.- OH.

- GUN CASE!- OPEN IT.

- A STINKY SOCK.

THIS--- IT'S COOL.

[laughter]

- IF IT WORKS,I'LL GO 9 GRAND.

- WHAT IF IT DOESN'T WORK?- NOTHING.

- THERE'S NO TRACK UP THERE.SLOW DOWN!

- THAT'S THE ENDOF THE TRACK.

- YOU'RE GOING TOO FAST!

- 550. NOW 575.- 60 IS THE BID.

- EVERY DAY IN AMERICA,

THOUSANDS OF ABANDONEDSTORAGE UNITS

ARE PUT UPFOR PUBLIC AUCTION.

- SOLD!- SOLD IT. 500.

- $1,150.- YEAH!

- THESE AUCTIONSHAVE BECOME BIG BUSINESS

FOR THOSE WHO KNOWWHAT TO LOOK FOR.

- $50,000.- AH, YOU GOT A DEAL.

- I'M ALLEN HAFF.- AND I'M TON JONES.

- WE'RE AUCTION HUNTERS.

WE TRAVEL THE COUNTRYBUYING STORAGE UNITS.

- AND WE'RE THE BESTIN THE BUSINESS.

- WHEN THE DOOR GOES UP...- THIS IS COOL.

- WE HAVE SECONDSTO DETERMINE THE VALUE...

400 BUYS IT.- MAKE A BID...

- 700! AND WIN THE AUCTION.- GOING ONCE.

- TWICE.- SOLD. AMOUNT, 2,100.

- YOU BOUGHT IT RIGHT THERE.- LOOK AT THIS!

YOU WON'T BELIEVE...

- YEAH!THE THINGS WE FIND...

- AND SELL.THE NUMBER IS 5,100.

- WE GOT A DEAL.- AND THE BETTER THE HISTORY...

[ding][fireworks popping]

THE HIGHER THE PRICE.- [laughs]

- YEAH!PALMER, ALASKA.

- YOU KNOW, TON,THAT CITY OF ANCHORAGE

JUST FELTA LITTLE TOO POPULATED,

AND I KNOW YOU WANTEDTO EXPERIENCE REAL ALASKA.

WELL, THERE'S NOTHING MORE REALTHAN PALMER.

- THIS IS AWESOME.

THIS OLD MINING TOWNHAS BECOME

THAT AGRICULTURAL HEARTOF ALASKA.

- AND WITH ITS NEARBACKCOUNTRY

AND ANNUAL STATE FAIR,

IT ATTRACTSITS FAIR SHARE OF TOURISTS.

WE'RE NOT HERE TO RUNWITH THE CARIBOU.

WE'RE HERE TO RUNWITH THE WHALES,

AND WE'RE GONNA HAVETO WORK.

IN A TOWN LIKE THIS,WE'RE EXPECTING

TO FIND ANYTHING FROMHEAVY-DUTY FARM EQUIPMENT

TO HIGH-END CAMPING GEAR.

- ALASKA'S BEEN GOODTO US SO FAR,

SO WE HAVE HIGH HOPESFOR PALMER.

- THE AUCTION HUNTERSHAVE ARRIVED!

ALL RIGHT, LET'S DO IT.- THIS IS GONNA BE GOOD.

"WHATEVERLAND"? WHAT IS IT,LIKE A STORAGE THEME PARK?

- [laughs]

- A COUPLE TEAMS.

- WELL, ARE THEY TEAMSOR JUST COUPLES?

[laughter]

WHENEVER YOU SEETHIS MUCH LOVE AT AN AUCTION,

YOU KNOW IT'S PROBABLY GONNA BEA PRETTY EASY DAY.

- SOUNDS GOOD TO ME.- WE'LL SEE.

- GOOD AFTERNOON,EVERYONE.

WE'D LIKE TO WELCOME ALL NEWBIDDERS, RETURNING BIDDERS.

IT'S A CASH-ONLY SALE.

DO NOT LEAVEUNTIL YOU'VE PAID.

DOES ANYONE HAVE ANY QUESTIONS?WE'RE READY TO GO?

- ALL THESE ALASKAN COUPLESMAY NOT LOOK VERY INTIMIDATING,

BUT WITH JUST THREE UNITSUP FOR AUCTION,

WE STILL HAVE TO BE READYFOR BIG-TIME COMPETITION.

- WE'LL OPEN UNIT NUMBER ONE.

- THERE'S A SNOWBOARD IN HERE.IF WE WIN THIS,

YOU WANNA GO SNOWBOARDING?- GRAVITY IS NOT MY FRIEND.

- HEY, IT'S GOT METAL CASTERS.METAL CASTERS MEANS '30s.

OLD FURNITURE.AND OLD LAMPS.

SO WHAT DO YOU THINK, 600?- YEAH.

- ANTIQUE FURNITURE HAS BEENPRETTY GOOD TO US.

WE CAN SPOT A COUPLE PIECESAT THE DOOR.

- WE'RE GETTING THIS ONE.- WE'RE READY TO GO.

WHAT'S IT WORTH?$100 BILL TO BUY IT.

100 BUCKS.ANYBODY INTERESTED AT 100?

100, 150.AND NOW 200.

AND 200 EVEN.200, 250.

250, 250.250 AND NOW 300.

300 EVEN. 250 IS THE BID.WOULD YOU GO 300?

300. WANNA BID 350?WOULD YOU GO 350 ONE TIME?

- YEP.- 350 IS THE BID.

WOULD YOU GO 375?375. 375, ONE TIME.

375, 400.$400.

400. NOW 425.425.

425.LAST CALL FOR 425.

I'LL TAKE 425.

- WOULD YOU JUST CLOSE IT?- SOLD AT $400.

- HEART ATTACK. THAT COUPLENEEDS TO GET A ROOM, TON,

'CAUSE THIS ONE IS OURS.

- SO MUCH FOR BIG-TIMECOMPETITION.

LET'S GRAB THESE NEXTTWO UNITS IF THEY LOOK GOOD.

- WE'RE ON TO UNITNUMBER TWO.

- JEEZ, THIS THINGLOOKS PACKED, DUDE.

THAT 1970s CHAIRIS A PAPASAN.

USUALLY, THERE'S A CUSHION.- THERE'S A LOT IN HERE,

AND IT'S ALL WRAPPED.

- THIS UNIT ISPACKED CAREFULLY,

AND THAT 3-DECADE-OLD CHAIRCOULD MEAN

THERE'S OLDER STUFFIN HERE.

- IT'S WORTH BETWEEN300 AND 400.

- ALL RIGHT, SO 325--MAYBE MAKE THAT YOUR MAX?

- RIGHT.

- FOR 350, THEY CAN HAVE IT.- YEAH.

- WE'RE ON THE SECOND VAULT.WHO'LL START ME OFF?

$100 BILL, ONE TIME.ANY INTEREST?

100. 150.

150 AND NOW 200.200. $200.

- YEP.- 200. 225.

200 EVEN.225, NOW 300.

AND 300.AND 325.

300 EVEN IS THE BID.WOULD YOU GO 325?

325. NO ONE ELSE BIDS AGAIN,I'LL SELL IT TO YOU.

325 ONE TIME.

- 500!- 500 IN THE BACK.

NOW 600.AND 600 EVEN.

500 EVEN IS THE BID...- IT'S NOT WORTH THAT.

- NOT FOR A PAPASAN.- WOULD YOU GO TO 600?

600, 600, 600.

ARE WE ALL IN AND ALL DONEAT $500?

SOLD AT 500.THE BID IN THE BACK.

- THAT UNIT SHOULD HAVEBEEN OURS, MAN.

WHAT'D YOU SEEIN THERE?

OKAY.WELCOME TO ALASKA.

WOW, IT JUSTGOT CHILLY HERE.

I THINK I LIKE THAT OTHER COUPLEA LITTLE BETTER.

THEY SEEMED A BIT NICER.

- BUT THAT WAS A LOT TO PAYFOR THAT UNIT.

HOPEFULLY THEY'RE TAPPED OUTFOR THE LAST AUCTION.

- WE'RE ONTHE LAST VAULT.

- OH, IT'S A GENERAL WESTERNTELEPHONE,

BUT IT'S MISSINGALL THE GOOD STUFF.

THAT'S WORTH ABOUT, WHAT?30 BUCKS LIKE THAT.

WHAT IS THAT? IS THAT A D--- IT'S ELK.

- THAT'S ELK?- YEAH.

- WELL, IS THAT WORTH ANYTHING?- YEAH.

- THERE'S AN OLD, LIKE,DAIRY BOX THAT SAYS "76."

IT'S FROM THE 50s.- LET'S GET THIS ONE.

KEEP IT UNDER 600.

THIS IS THE LAST AUCTIONOF THE DAY,

AND WE'VE ONLY GOTTENONE CONTAINER SO FAR.

- WE COULD REALLY USEA WIN HERE.

OTHERWISE, WE MIGHT HAVECOME A LONG WAY

FOR VERY LITTLE GAIN.

- WE'RE ON THE LAST VAULT.

WHO'LL START ME OFF?$100 BILL.

100 IS THE BID.WHO WOULD BID 150?

150, AND NOW 200.AND 200, AND 250.

250, 300.AND NOW 325.

325, 325.350, 350.

375.400.

375 IS THE BID, NOW 425.- YEP.

- 425. 450.AND 450.

425 IS THE BID.WOULD YOU BID 450?

WOULD YOU GO 450,ONE TIME?

- YEP.- 450. 475.

AND NOW 500.AND $500.

475 IS THE BID.WOULD YOU BID 500?

500 IS THE BID.WOULD YOU BID 550?

550.WOULD YOU GO 550, ONE TIME?

LAST CALL FOR 550.550. 575.

575. DON'T LOSE ITFOR 25 BUCKS.

575. 575 ONE TIME.- YEP.

- 575, 600.575 IS THE BID.

WOULD YOU GO 600?WOULD YOU GO 600?

600. 625. ARE WE ALL INAND ALL DONE AT 600 EVEN?

- WE GOTTA LET IT GO.

- FAIR WARNING FOR 625.

SIR, YOU OWN IT, $600.NUMBER.

- IT MAKES ME SICK.

- THAT UNIT WE BOUGHTBETTER BE PACKED

FULL OF ALASKAN GOLD,

OR WE LOST A LOT OF MONEYON THIS TRIP.

- HEY, THAT CONCLUDESTHE AUCTION.

WE HAVE ANOTHER SALEDOWN THE STREET.

- ANOTHER SALE.

- AS AUCTION HUNTERS,WE HAVE TO TAKE

EVERY OPPORTUNITYTHAT COMES OUR WAY.

WE'VE STILL GOT MONEYIN OUR POCKET

AND ROOM ON THE TRUCK--YOU WANNA HIT IT?

- YEAH, LET'S GOTO THE NEXT ONE.

SO AFTER PAYINGFOR OUR ONE UNIT,

WE'RE HEADED OVERTO ANOTHER FACILITY.

- HI.- HI.

BUT THIS AUCTION WORKSA LITTLE BIT DIFFERENTLY.

- IT'S A SILENT AUCTION.

- SILENT AUCTION?- YEAH.

- SO I CAN'T SAY "YEP"?- NO.

- PERFECT.- [laughs]

- YOU SUBMIT YOUR BIDSON PAPER...

- SILENTLY.- AND THE HIGHEST BID WINS IT.

- THIS IS GONNA BE INTERESTING.- SHH!

WITH JUST ONE UNITUP FOR AUCTION TODAY,

THE PRESSURE IS ON.

- WHOA, THIS ISA WHOLE HOUSEHOLD.

- THERE'S, LIKE, A TRAILERIN HERE--YOU CAN SEE IT.

IT HAS A HANDLEOR A LEVER OR SOMETHING.

- IT'S BIG,WHATEVER IT IS.

LOOK AT ALL THE SPACEBACK THERE.

- THESE SILENT AUCTIONSCAN BE TOUGH

BECAUSE YOU DON'T KNOW WHATTHE OTHER GUY IS GOING TO BID.

YOU JUST GOTTA GUESSTHE VALUE OF THE UNIT.

HERE'S WHAT I'M THINKINGWINS IT...RIGHT THERE.

- THANK YOU.- THANK YOU.

- SO AS SOON AS I FIND OUTWHO THE WINNER IS,

I'LL GIVE YOU A CALL.

- SO YOU'RE GONNACALL US THEN?

ALL RIGHT.- OKAY.

- WHILE WE'RE WAITINGON THE RESULTS,

WE'RE GONNA HEAD BACKTO WHATEVERLAND AND DIG IN.

THIS BETTER BE GOOD.

- HERE WE GO.

- LET ME GET THIS BOARDOFF THE TOP.

- YECH.

- HORRIBLE PLASTICGOLD TRIM.

- HERE WE GO.- OH, THAT IS REALLY GOOD.

- THAT'S WHAT YOU WANT.OKAY, SO WE GOT AN OAK CHAIR.

OH-HO!- OH.

- COULD'VE BEENWORTH HUNDREDS.

- THAT SUCKS.- YEAH. TOO BAD.

- BASEBALL CARDS.ALL FROM YEARS WE DON'T WANT.

- NOT GOOD.A LOT OF DONATION TODAY.

FOR YOU.

[cell phone rings]HOLD ON, I'M GETTING A CALL.

DUDE,IT'S AN ALASKAN NUMBER.

- OH, MAYBE IT'S THE AUCTION.- HELLO.

HOW ARE YOU DOING?

UH-HUH.OKAY.

- DID WE WIN IT?

- GUN CASE!- GUN CASE?

OPEN IT.

- ARE YOU A GAMBLING MAN?- I'M GONNA SHOOT THAT GUN.

- YOU FEEL LUCKY?

- 16,500.- WOW.

- THERE'S NO TRACK UP THERE.

SLOW DOWN!- OH, MY GOD.

- DUDE, IT'SAN ALASKAN NUMBER.

HELLO. SO DID WE WINTHAT SILENT AUCTION?

- DID WE WIN IT?- THANKS. BYE.

- WHAT?- WE GOT IT.

- YEAH. SWEET!- BOOM.

WINNING THAT SILENT AUCTION

REALLY TAKES SOME PRESSUREOFF OF US.

AND THAT'S GOODBECAUSE, UH,

WE HAVEN'T FOUNDMUCH OF ANYTHING YET.

- SO FAR, NOT GOOD.- NOT SO GOOD.

- DUDE, TELESCOPE!- WHOA, THAT'S KINDA AWESOME.

- THIS IS ACTUALLY MONEY.- IS IT?

- IT STILL WORKS,OPTICS ARE GOOD.

VARI-POWER 15x40.

SEE, IT HAS 15, 20,30, 40-TIMES ZOOM.

- I HAVEN'T SEENTHAT BEFORE.

- I'D SAY WE COULD TOSS ITFOR 100 REAL QUICK.

- PRETTY COOL.

- WHAT DO YOU GOT?- GUN CASE!

- GUN CASE?

OPEN IT.

YEAH! BANK!

- A STINKY SOCK...THAT IS GUN-SHAPED.

- JUST OPEN IT.

- IT FEELS LIKEA LUGER .22.

- IT LOOKS LIKE A L--NO, IT DOESN'T.

WHAT THE HELL IS THAT?- THAT IS JAPANESE.

AND HOW DO I KNOWIT'S JAPANESE?

BECAUSE I TOOK JAPANESEIN COLLEGE.

I LOVE THAT.WOW.

ACTION'S PRETTY TIGHT.- LOOK AT THE SIGHT.

YOU SQUEEZETHE LITTLE PIN

AND SLIDE ITTO YOUR DESIRED HEIGHT,

COMPENSATINGFOR BULLET DROP.

BUT JUDGING BY THE WAYTHIS PISTOL IS SET UP--

THE TRIGGERING MECHANISMWITH THE GAS BLOWBACK CHAMBER--

THAT'D MAKE THISWORLD WAR I.

- THAT MEANSIT'S 100 YEARS OLD.

- BUT THE THING IS,THERE'S A TRACK IN THE BACK.

I THINK THERE'S ANOTHER PIECETO THIS WEAPON

THAT FITS IN HERE, DUDE.- WELL, LET'S FIND IT.

THIS IS WHY WE BOUGHTTHIS UNIT.

THIS TABLE IS '30s,IT'S SOLID,

IT'S PRETTY, AND UNLIKETHE CHAIRS, IT HELD UP.

THIS IS IN GOOD PIECE,IT HAS ALL THE LEGS,

AND YOU AND I ARE LOOKINGAT 200 BUCKS EASY.

- OH.- WHAT'D YOU GET?

- I GET TO WEAR THIS...- OH, CRAP.

- ON THE BATTLEFIELD.[laughs]

OH, WAIT. WAIT.- NO WAY.

- AW, DUDE, THIS MIGHT BE IT.WHERE'S THE GUN?

GRAB THE GUN.- LOOK AT HOW BEAUTIFUL THAT IS.

- OH, MY GOD.YOU'RE GONNA LOVE THIS.

- OH, I GOT THAT FUNNY FEELINGIN MY STOMACH

WHEN I'M ABOUTTO GET MONEY.

- THIS IS NOT ONLYA SIDE HOLSTER

WHERE THE FIREARMCAN BE SLID DOWN IN,

BUT WHEN YOU NEED A LITTLEEXTRA RANGE AND STABILITY,

YOU HAVE YOUR BUTTSTOCK.

CHECK THAT OUT,MY FRIEND.

- THIS IS ACTUALLYREALLY COOL, MAN. COOL.

- THIS IS MONEY.A LOT OF IT.

- HERE YOU ARE, CAPTAIN.

- OFF TO BATTLE.

IF THIS JAPANESE PISTOL WORKS,

WE'LL BE FINALLY MAKINGSOME MONEY.

- NOW IT'S TIME TO HEAD OVERTO THE OTHER FACILITY.

IF THIS ALASKAN TRIPIS GONNA PAY OFF,

WE'D BETTER FINDSOMETHING GOOD.

WHAT DO YOU GOT?

- I HAVE ALL THE STUFFOUT OF THE KITCHEN.

- THAT'S A RAILROAD LANTERN.THIS--

- IT'S COOL.- 150 BUCKS.

ORIGINAL GLASS.GLASS IN GOOD CONDITION.

OH, AQUARIUM LIGHT!

YOU KNOW ABOUT THIS STUFF.- AN EXPENSIVE LIGHT.

YOU'RE PROBABLY LOOKING ABOUT50 BUCKS JUST FOR THAT LIGHT.

- YEESH.

NOW WE CAN GET A LOOKAT THIS THING.

- WHAT THE HELL IS IT?- I DON'T KNOW, DUDE.

- LET'S GET DOWNA LITTLE DEEPER.

- LET'S DIG A LITTLE DEEPER.

ALL RIGHT, WELL, LET'S TRYTO GET THIS MONSTER OUT OF HERE.

[both grunting]

HEY, WAIT A MINUTE,THIS ISN'T ON WHEELS.

THESE AREN'T RIMS, DUDE.

- RAILROAD.- RAILROAD.

- WHAT IS IT?- WAIT A MINUTE.

OH, IT HAS THE BRAKEON IT.

- PULL IT.- FAMOUS LAST WORDS.

[grunts]ALL RIGHT, BRAKE'S OFF.

- ALL RIGHT, HOLD ON.

[laughs]- [yells]

- WHAT'S WRONG?

- I DON'T WANT YOUTO LOSE CONTROL.

WE COULD SMASH RIGHT THROUGHTHAT OTHER STORAGE UNIT DOOR.

- IT'S ALL RIGHT.I DIDN'T BUY THAT ONE.

[laughter]

- THIS IS SOME KIND OF,LIKE, MECHANIC'S CAR

FOR A RAILROAD, RIGHT?

- WELL, IT'S DEFINITELY POWEREDBY SOME SORT OF MOTOR,

BECAUSE THERE'S AN EXHAUST PIPESITTING RIGHT HERE.

- HEY, COME ON IN HERE, PAL.

IT'S DEFINITELY'40s OR '50s.

LOOK AT THIS,THE MODEL NUMBER--

MT-19,SERIES "A."

HEY, THAT'S A GOOD SIGN.THAT MEANS IT'S EARLY.

- THIS IS COOL.- I MEAN, THE STEEL VALUE ALONE,

WE KNOWTHAT'S 800 BUCKS EASY.

- ALL RIGHT,LET'S GET THIS OUT

AND GET IT LINED UPFOR A FLATBED.

- SOUNDS GOOD.

THIS LITTLE TRAIN CARWAS DESIGNED

FOR A SPECIFIC PURPOSE,SO OBVIOUSLY,

WE'RE LOOKING FORA SPECIFIC TYPE OF BUYER.

- MOST OF ALASKA IS ONLYACCESSIBLE BY PLANE OR TRAIN,

SO IT DIDN'T TAKE LONG FOR USTO TRACK DOWN

A RAILROAD ENTHUSIASTNAMED JAMES.

HOW YOU DOING? I'M TON.- TON. GOOD TO MEET YOU GUYS.

- SO WHAT EXACTLYIS THIS THING?

- THIS IS A SPEEDER.

IN THE 1960s,THIS IS WHAT WAS USED

TO MOVE MEN AND MATERIALSFROM POINT "A" TO POINT "B"

ALONG THE WORK SITEON THE RAIL LINE.

- THIS ISYOUR UTILITY TRUCK.

- SO IT'S REALLYYOUR UTILITY TRUCK.

ITS PREDECESSOR WAS ACTUALLYA HAND PUMP.

- YOU'RE TALKING ABOUTTHE CARTOON ONES?

- YES. RIGHT.- YEAH.

- THIS ISA FAIRMONT MT-19.

IF YOU ARE A RAILROADENTHUSIAST, THIS IS A CLASSIC.

THIS IS SOMETHING THAT YOUREALLY WANT TO OWN.

I HAVE SEEN THESEGO AS HIGH AS 16,500.

- WOW.- WOW.

- WHAT DO YOU THINKTHIS MIGHT BE WORTH?

- I MEAN, SOME OF THISIS RUSTED OUT,

BUT IT'S NOT ANYTHING

THAT A LITTLE ELBOW GREASECOULDN'T CORRECT.

WE JUST WANTTO MAKE SURE IT WORKS.

- HMM.

- SO LET'S SEE IF IT WORKS.- SOUNDS GOOD.

- PUSH THE CLUTCH IN.EVERYTHING'S IN NEUTRAL.

SO HIT THE BUTTON.

[engine turns, fails]- UH-OH.

[engine turns, fails]

- PUSH THE CLUTCH BACKAND MAYBE--

[engine struggling]

- COME ON, BABY!

- IF IT WORKS,I'LL GO 9 GRAND.

- WHAT IF IT DOESN'T WORK?- NADA. NOTHING.

- YOU'RE GOING TOO FAST!

- OH, MY GOD.

- DO YOU FEEL LUCKY?

- WELL, LET'S SEEIF IT STARTS.

[engine struggling]- COME ON, BABY!

[engine fails]

- PUSH THE CLUTCH BACKAND MAYBE--

[engine turns, fails]- UH-OH.

[engine turns, starts]

- YAY.- HA HA! ALL ABOARD!

[laughs]

- LET'S DO THIS.

[old-timey piano music]

- I GOT TO DRIVE A TRAIN!- SHORT TRAIN.

- [laughs]- SO WHAT DO YOU THINK?

- LET'S MAKE A DEAL.HOW MUCH YOU WANT FOR IT?

- THINKIN' 5 GRAND.

- OH.[chuckles]

REALLY?- YEAH.

- HOW 'BOUT 3?

- OW. NOT GONNA HAPPEN.- NOT GONNA HAPPEN.

- HOW 'BOUT 3,500?

- 3,800?3,800, AND HE KEEPS THE HAT.

- OH, HE CAN KEEPTHE HAT.

OKAY, DEAL.- YEAH?

DEAL. THANK YOU, JAMES.- YES!

- THANK YOU.- PERFECT. THANK YOU.

- WE GOT OFF TO A SHAKY STARTIN PALMER,

BUT THAT 3,800 BUCKSPUTS US BACK ON TRACK.

THANKS. ENJOY YOUR TRAIN.- THANKS, GUYS.

- THANKS, JIM.- THANK YOU VERY MUCH.

- APPRECIATE IT.

- NEXT WE'RE GONNA GO FIND OUTABOUT OUR JAPANESE PISTOL.

SO WE HEADED OVERTO OUR FAVORITE

ALASKAN WEAPONSSPECIALIST, KEN.

HOPEFULLY HE WANTS TO ADDTHIS PISTOL TO HIS ARSENAL.

- WHAT DID YOU BRING METHIS TIME?

- YOU'RE GONNA LOVE THIS.

- NO WAY!

FIRST SERIESGRANDPA NAMBU.

MEIJI 37--THAT'S INTHESE MARKINGS OVER HERE.

AND WHAT THAT MEANS,IT WAS MADE IN THE 37th YEAR

OF EMPEROR MEIJI'S REIGN.

WHICH WAS 1904,IF I REMEMBER CORRECTLY.

- RIGHT ON.- THAT'S INTERESTING.

ALL RIGHT, SO THE GUYTHAT WOULD'VE HAD

THAT GUN IN HIS HAND--WAS THAT A JAPANESE SOLDIER,

OFFICER, WHAT?

- THIS ISAN OFFICER'S PISTOL.

REMEMBER THAT IN ASIAN ARMIES,EUROPEAN ARMIES,

THE HANDGUNIS NOT A COMBAT WEAPON.

IT'S MOREOF A STATUS SYMBOL.

THAT'S WHY YOU SEESUCH SMALL-CALIBER GUNS.

I MEAN, THIS IS ONLYAN 8-MILLIMETER.

YOU KNOW, WHAT'S REALLY COOLABOUT THIS PARTICULAR GUN IS

THE SHOULDER STOCK,HOLSTER COMBINATION.

BACK IN THE EARLY 1900s,MILITARIES THOUGHT

THIS WAS THE WAVEOF THE FUTURE, GOD KNOWS WHY.

BECAUSE YOU'RE STILLNOT GONNA BE ABLE

TO USE IT LIKE A RIFLE.

- YOU DON'T MAKE THAT GUNSOUND VERY GOOD.

YOU'VE BASICALLY DESCRIBED ITAS A TROPHY THAT YOU WEAR.

AND I SUPPOSEIF YOU'RE SURRENDERED,

YOU CAN SHOOT YOUR OWN HEAD IN.- EXACTLY.

YOU COULD COMMIT SUICIDEWITH IT.

IN TERMSOF PRACTICAL ACCURACY,

THIS WAS NOTAN EFFECTIVE COMBAT WEAPON.

BUT LET METELL YOU SOMETHING,

THIS GUN HAS GOT COLLECTORVALUE--IT REALLY DOES.

AND I HAVE TO HAVE IT.

DO YOU KNOW HOW MUCHTHIS IS WORTH?

- YOU TELL USWHAT YOU THINK.

- I MEAN, THEY'VE SOLDFOR AS MUCH,

WITH THE ORIGINAL STOCKIN THIS KIND OF CONDITION,

10,000, $15,000TO THE RIGHT GUY.

- ARE YOU THE RIGHT GUY?- I DON'T KNOW. DOES IT WORK?

- IF IT DOES WORK,YOU'RE GONNA PAY 10 GRAND.

- THAT'S KINDA HIGH.

HOW 'BOUT I MAKEA BETTER DEAL WITH YOU?

I'LL GIVE YOU 5 GRAND CASH,YOU DON'T GET TO SHOOT IT,

AND AWAY YOU GO,AND THAT WAY, THERE'S NO RISK.

- I'M GONNA SHOOTTHAT GUN.

- ARE YOU A GAMBLING MAN?- A LITTLE BIT.

- YOU SHOOT THE THING.IF IT WORKS, I'LL GO 9 GRAND.

- WHAT IF IT DOESN'T WORK?

- NADA. NOTHING.BUBKES.

DO YOU FEEL LUCKY?

- LET'S DO IT. LET'S DO IT.- YOU GOT IT, MY FRIEND.

- PERFECT.- YOU GOT IT.

[click]

[gunshot]

[gunshots]

- HOW 'BOUT THAT?

IT LOOKS LIKESHE SHOOTS JUST FINE.

- ALL RIGHT, THERE YOU GO.

WE'LL SEE YOU GUYSWHEN YOU COME BACK TO TOWN.

BRING ME MORE STUFF!

- YEAH![laughs]

- WE STRUCK GOLDUP HERE IN ALASKA.

WE SOLD THE RAIL SPEEDERFOR 3,800 BUCKS.

THE JAPANESE NAMBU PISTOLWENT FOR AN AMAZING $9,000.

AND ALL THE OTHER ITEMSWE FOUND ADDED UP

TO ANOTHER 830 BUCKS.

WE SPENT A COOL GRANDON THE TWO UNITS

AND SOLD THE CONTENTSFOR $13,630.

THAT'S A TOTAL PROFITOF 12,630 BUCKS.

- IT'S BEEN A LONG DAY.LET'S GO GET SOME DINNER.

- IT'S ALASKA, DUDE.THIS IS MIDNIGHT.

- WELL, CARE FOR BREAKFAST?

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