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Old 01-18-2014, 02:02 PM   #11
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Smith and Wesson model 59. I traded it for something back in about 1985 or so. Can't even remember what I traded it for, which is a clear indication it was a really stupid move on my part.
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I've traded several over the years and can't say I really regret getting rid of any of them. My collection is finally coming to the point where I don't have anything that I can see trading or selling. A couple times I've regretted taking the trade value but it was usually for a gun I really wanted.
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Old 01-18-2014, 03:54 PM   #13
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S&W 6904.

It was the first handgun I ever bought - right after my 21st birthday.

I sold it thinking that I wanted something "better." I've since owned auto pistols from Ruger, Glock, and a few of the striker-fired Smiths (Sigmas and M&Ps). I've handled and shot 1911s, XDs, Sig Sauers, Tauri, etc.

I've yet to find any auto pistol that offered anything "more" or "better" than that 6904... :-(
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High Standard .22 Victor. Sold it many years ago. Regretted it until I found one last year.
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I can't really say I regret letting go of any gun, but I do regret not at least trying a trigger job on my lc9

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Smith and wesson sigma in a .40. I have way better pistols at this point but that thing was so reliable and cheap you didnt have to worry abt what happened to it. Perfect woods and truck gun
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People actually sell firearms? LOL

I regret not getting my dad's firearms after he passed...
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I sold or traded a Star PD 45. Was cheap and it was compact, should have kept it. Sold a 44 Dan Wesson stainless vent heavy 8" what a beast. Should have kept that one too.
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I regret selling my Ruger SR 9C
17 rd mags were awesome !
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Default Semi autos you regret letting go the most

Sold:
Beretta 96FS Inox
XD 9
M&P Shield 9
M&P 9 VTAC
Glock 34
XDM Compact 9
Range Officer

I currently own:
Springfield Loaded Champion SS
XDS 45

I wish I still had the VTAC, Glock 34 and the XDM Compact. But I am glad I only have one cartridge to buy. 45 ACP was what I was made to shoot.
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