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Old 04-19-2013, 01:47 AM   #11
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well, i know YOU do, mr cool guy!
You two go find a mountain somewhere, this is a public forum!

Just shameful!
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Had a mares leg-

Fun for awhile-

For about two months then not so much.
only one explanation for that. you couldn't "flip cock" it. you're mad cause your skills just weren't up to the task...lol..j/k...


i got flip cocking skills.....now leave that alone, mccool!
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Yea its hard putting that kind of money into a toy.

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Hey no judgements here, just jeering!
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I think it could serve a purpose for a select few, for the rest is just a novelty. Honestly most guns are that to me, novelties. This would definitely be one, but I too have thought seriously about picking one up several times. I'd go with the 357 or 44.
i am total agreement with you here. that was all i heard when i was thinking of getting the ranch hand...."what is its use? its just a novelty!"

then i ask "what do you use your AR for?".....****crickets*****

all guns are novelties unless you are police, military, or use them to hunt.

the ranch hand can fit a few uses. it would make a nice backpack or atv gun imo. if you fire it correctly, it is as accuarate as any handgun out there.

its a cool gun. i like mine. not for everyone, but i really love levers...so the mare's leg is pretty cool imo.
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Yea its hard putting that kind of money into a toy.
true. but like most firearms, you will get a good percentage back, if you decide to get rid of it.

i have most certainly wasted money on MUCH more stupid things, that did not hold any value. every electronic device i have purchased comes to mind...
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Do they hold there value well?
When did they first start making them? I just started seeing them this year.

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Do they hold there value well?
When did they first start making them? I just started seeing them this year.
i only have limited experience here, but i have rarely heard of getting less than 50% of a guns value back on a trade in. often, you do better.
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