Hi everyone. Well I have been toiling over this question for some time and I figured I'd ask the great folks here on the forum to chime in with some opinions on what I should do. What I have is a somewhat rare variant of the Chinese Norinco Mak-90. My particular version has a serial number of 008376 with no addition to the date like 99% of Mak's for the import date. What really sets it apart is that the receiver still had the imprints for the underfolder. I sourced and original Chinese underfolder set + added a Norinco Pistol grip to bring it back to its pre-ban glory. Only thing missing is the original FSB with the bayonet lug. The barrel threads also were never removed and still accepts the flash hider's. SO... here is my question: I just shot at the PHA IDPA Match and I'm hooked. The gun performed flawlessly but with all the action noticed some wear to it. Previous to my ownership, the gun had never been shot. All matching numbers and is in a solid 98% condition. I really want to get into the match shooting but not sure if I should stuff this gun back in the safe and let it appreciate in value or if I should throw on a rail and optic from Midwest Industries, a SAW grip and all the other goodies and just shoot the hell out of it. I'm low on cash so I would need to build an AR/ Galil/ Sig556 platform over time. LET ME KNOW YOUR THOUGHTS ON WHAT I SHOULD DO!!! Thanks so much guys!!