This was not to last, however. In 1982, the David Miller Rifle Co. decided to sell one of their rifles for what it was actually worth, as opposed to what tradition dictated. The price they put on it was $41,000. The CHR world sh*t a Cornish game hen. Then it reflected on how good David Miller rifles were. The gun sold. It was a world record at the time. Four years later the company put a price tag of $201,000 on a fancy rifle, and it set another record. Today, David Miller rifles go for $35,000 to $100,000. Lest you burst a blood vessel, I should point out that these prices are perfectly in line with shotguns of equivalent quality, and with the same amount of work in them.