Money locked away does not help the economy. A person who can afford two guns that would have a true value, not historical, of about $3K as antiques surely, IMO, think of them as a conversation piece and they will again be locked away. I do believe they should be placed in a museum for all to see. Food for thought; I don't know if there is a statute of limitations on theft from a crime scene or dealing in stolen property, but today if you or I obtained guns from a crime scene and attempted to sell them we would be in deep trouble. How were the weapons authenticated to be the Bonnie and Clydes. They could fakes. Just my 2 cents worth.