I agree, I really enjoy collecting the memorabilia. The neat thing about memorabilia is you can surround yourself with it and enjoy it all the time. I have the trophy vases, catalogs etc. in the entertainment set in the family room (I have a very understanding wife).
There are so many different Hunter Arms items to collect that it never gets old. We are very lucky that Hunter Arms put a lot of energy in their advertising and promotional items. The early catalogs are really works of art. Itís amazing some of these items have survived so well, by chance or on purpose. The chase is a big part of the fun, just like finding a rare L.C. Smith.