recently a local chap I knew fairly well through work died. We always liked to chat about shooting etc and I got on well with him and his wife. When he died his wife rang me for advice about his guns and what to do. I pointed her at the police and she now has a temporary FAC. She has now asked me to help her dispose of the guns , being an OU Nikko shotgun an BSA .243 and a BSA .22 hornet I guess these are 70's / 80's rifles. All three are pretty beaten up, the rifles have cheap old glass. I have spoken to Greenfields in Salisbury they are offering over the phone about £30 each for the rifles and a bit more for the shotgun.
Now the widow wants no hassle and doesn't really like people coming around the house. Do I advise her just to get rid of them to Greenfeilds? or is there enough value in the rifles for me to help her sell them privately, I suspect every penny counts for her as she is not well off.
Any advice much appreciated George