The value depends a lot on condition. One of the '94 CL models made in 1983-ish can easily bring $1200 now. Remington made a run of ammo a few years ago and sold 87 grain bullets for $85 per box of 50 -- 6 or 7 years ago. I stocked up when I could find them for my CL, plus I have all the reloading supplies I need. Brass is IMPOSSIBLE to find but you may find some old tarnished loaded ammo at gun shows. 32-20 brass is available thanks to Cowboy Action, and is the base case for the 25-20, but the little buggers are a pain to reform, even if new, and are expensive. You probably will ruin a fourth of them. I hunt groundhogs with mine--keep yours and enjoy it, the round is amazingly accurate.