The others are HP22 (2 barrels) a Micro 9 Kimber, Tactical RIA 1911, and a Marlin Papoose. In this case, the AR would have to be the one to go. It would bring the most money and (currently at least) is the least likely to be needed. Once wifey's a Class A shottist, the 1911 variant could go (for a while, at least). Wouldn't let go of all the AR accessories, tho, unless the buyer wanted to pay more than the replacement costs, in order to get a "proven functional" package deal. Once have the Papoose set up with 6" barrel and telescoping stock, there' a lot less need of the silenced HP22. It would bring a fair hunk of money, but the need for the buyer to get a tax stamp would cut back the target-group of new owners.