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Old 09-28-2013, 06:01 PM   #1
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I purchased a Tarus PT99 and gave it to my older brother 15 years ago. He and his wife have moved to a retirement village where they do not allow guns. So I made arrangements for it to be shipped back to me. It arrived Yesterday.
Still in beautiful condition. I cleaned it and checked it out. I had forgotten it was a double action semi auto. Have not decided what to do with it, but nice to have it back home.
Anyone else have one?

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Old 09-28-2013, 06:05 PM   #2
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Very nice! I had one just like it but I had to sell it to make rent several years ago.

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I also want to ad, The PT99 is the easiest gun I have to breakdown and clean. Even easier and fast than my Glocks.

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Nice to get it back but I think it's a shame your brother couldn't find a more civilized place to live.

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Nice gun. Congrats on getting it back.

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Nice to get it back but I think it's a shame your brother couldn't find a more civilized place to live.
That was my first thought too.
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I purchased a Tarus
I'm sorry lol =p
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This is what it looks like now after a good cleaning and new hogue grips.

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