I don't keep up with the prices, but there is a small fortune being made with boxes, end labels, and the paperwork. People are even buying the paper the handgun is wrapped in and the shipping sleeve that some boxes (Rugers) comes in. Quite a few people buy these items to raise the price of the handgun they are selling. I've watched them on other forums buy a revolver then ask around for a box, paperwork, and tools to then place them on the auction sites at inflated prices. Personally I really don't care about the box unless it's the handgun's original box. If it doesn't have the factory markings on the end label and match the revolver then I don't rate it to have any kind of premium, but I guess others do or don't know any better.