But there are a lot of collectible firearms that do not cost $25,000. And there are many valid reasons for owning firearms in addition to collecting them. Is it not hypocritical for The Sun to condone and support the advertising of high value collectible firearms while advocating for the virtual elimination of private ownership of "regular" firearms by "regular" folks, and worth "regular" prices? I am pleased the The Sun would run any firearm advertising but it seems clear that money talks. I don't know what a full page ad costs, but it is probably not cheap. Many, if not most, "regular" firearm owners would no more consider committing a crime with a gun than the person spending tens of thousands of dollars for one. I wonder what The Sun would do if a "regular" firearm dealer wanted to run a full-page ad offering "regular" firearms for sale to the "regular" people?