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Old 06-04-2013, 09:35 PM   #181
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Rifleman,
I suffer from the same addiction.
Will you have the buyers remorse after? If so, maybe trade an old firearm in. Or sell a different item to help lessen the cost.

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Old 06-04-2013, 09:37 PM   #182
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well i went out and bought a savage 111 30-06 and a mossberg 715 22lr,not the two new guns i intended on buying but they will work.

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Old 06-04-2013, 09:40 PM   #183
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My current 9mm carry is a Firestar M43.
Ahh. You're right, that's quite a size difference.
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Old 06-04-2013, 11:10 PM   #184
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I guess yes. I know $700 dollars could be used elsewhere when in the last year I've bought two rifles and two handguns. But damn I've always wanted a USP. I suffer from an addiction.


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And temptation wins yet again.
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Rifleman,
I suffer from the same addiction.
Will you have the buyers remorse after? If so, maybe trade an old firearm in. Or sell a different item to help lessen the cost.
And I believe I'm going to sell my 8mm Mauser just to get an old dusty rifle to somebody who will use it more.
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And temptation wins yet again.
Nice. What caliber?
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Nice. What caliber?
9mm. Which is nice cause I already have a couple 9's and plenty of ammo. And as much as I love my .45's, they cost a lot more to play with.
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I'm looking for a side by side 20 guage hammer less shotgun for rabbit hunting

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I'm looking for a side by side 20 guage hammer less shotgun for rabbit hunting
Elmer might be able to help ya out with those pesky wabbits.
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