My wife's brother in law recently admitted his Dad into a long term care facility. He gave me a call, and asked if I had room for his Dad's guns at my place, as they live in a very small home and he doesn't own a safe. I said "Sure thing." I asked what he wanted me to eventually do with them. Sell them, return them to him later, estimate values and advise? He said he didn't know. There are a few good pieces in the lot, but by and large it's typical farmstead fare, with the .22 rifles and a couple of single shot shotguns. An fair condition Marlin 39 and a good condition Winchester 97 are the jewels in the bunch. I asked him over Christmas if he had decided, as it's a good time of year to sell. Lots of shows and lots of buyers. He ends up in an antigun tirade about "assault rifles", and typical gun control rants. And this idiot is a History teacher.. Nonetheless, no answer. What am I supposed to do? I need some real suggestions here, guys. "Tell him to piss up a rope" are not good answers. This is family, and I need to find some reasonable and peaceful resolve. Why? Because I'm generally a reasonable and peaceful guy, and I live with the sister of this guy's wife. So, Braintrust, what do I do?