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Old 02-20-2012, 03:09 PM   #1
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Have a ruger LCP .380 with laserlyte red dot sight. I'm at the point to where I can't keep adding guns. Something needs to go. No sentimental attachment. Just don't wanna regret trading a few years down the road cause its been a great gun.
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Old 02-20-2012, 11:43 PM   #2
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I can't keep adding guns
Why not? That is what gun people do.
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I completely agree but money and space are hard to come by these days. I've narrowed it down to cutting the LCP or a remington 1100 to be able to add a hi-point 9mm carbine.
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Welcome to the forum.

Doesn't the 1100 take up more room than the LCP?
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...I've narrowed it down to...add a hi-point 9mm carbine.
I agree with you. I am a Hi-Point carbine shooter, myself.
I do like shoot'n the 4595TS, and shoot the beast every chance I get.
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I love the compact size and weight of a Ruger LCP 380. I would not part with mine at all. Just saying.
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Chuck the 1100.
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Unless I have a gun thats a piece of crap, I keep them all. One day you'll wish you would have kept it. I simply do without until I can save up enough money to buy another so my wife won't know I spent more money on guns. She thinks I have to many already. I just hope when I die, she doesn't sell them for what I told her I paid for them.
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Decision made. Putting the LCP in the sock drawer, 1100 in the top of the closet and I'm just gonna spend the 300 bucks on the hi-point 9 for the safe. Problem solved. Thanks everyone.
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Good move. I regret all the guns I've ever sold. One of them being a Hi-Point 995.
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