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Old 01-17-2014, 10:57 PM   #1
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Default Semi autos you regret letting go the most

Well I'm sure this thread exist but I can't find it and I'm bored so hear goes. What are your most regrettable semi auto handgun departures that you wish you would not have done? I had a whopping 4 before I learned my lesson about letting firearms go for one I think I want more. #1- sig p229 with both 357sig and 40s&w barrels (those of you who own/owned one know why), #2-beretta 92fs (most accurate handgun I ever shot personally), #3- browning bdm 9mm ( just a good gun I rarely run into, never again as a matter of fact), #4- kimber bp ten 2 ( polymer 1911 that held ten rounds and was very accurate for under $500 and rarely seen nowadays as it's discontinued)

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Old 01-17-2014, 11:08 PM   #2
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I regret letting a wartime Walther PP go. It belonged to my boss at the time, but he was able to pry it out of my hand and take it back

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just about every 1911 i traded to trade up to a nicer 1911! if i had al of them back that i had over the years, well, i would need a lot more storage room and more ammo for sure!

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High Standard Victor sold for $235 in 1991 to fund Christmas......

Wish I had that one back........

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I sold a Para Ordinance P10-45. That is a sub compact double stack 1911 with a 3 inch barrel. It was Stainless. It was a mistake to get rid of it.

I also sold a High Point 45. Not that it was special. But I wish I still had it to throw in a back pack to keep for emergencies.

I have sold several revolvers I am sorry about too. But I guess that will be another thread.

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one i had to sell years ago, that i really liked was a S&W Model 669. great pistol.

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There was an hk usp socom I wish I still had

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An S&W model 39 I sold back in the 1980s.
Boy, I wish I still had it.

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High Standard HD Military I sold in 1980 or so. Bought another a couple of years ago,
but it's just not as good as the old one was.

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HK USP 45 with SS slide. Needed cash for medical bills. That gun was a shooter and more accurate than me
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