EL PASO, Texas -- An El Paso pawn shop has found a way to stand out over bigger stores.
They sell unique gifts, including Mexican revolutionary Pancho Villa's actual trigger finger.
Clay Baron's great grandfather opened the store in downtown El Paso in 1950. He didn't say who sold the shop, the finger or any of the other unusual items.
"It's been here a while," Baron said, referring to the trigger finger. "We like it. It's part of the family."
"I heard there were some pretty unique things here, but nothing like that," said shopper Erica Sierra.
The finger was priced at $10,000.
Dave's Pawn Shop doesn't have any holiday specials. The store said prices are low year-round.