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Old 02-13-2013, 05:34 PM   #11
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you got pics of the Charter? Have you fired either the Charter or the Ruger? Neither one is really a collector piece but I would be concerned about an older charters reliability. Also, +1 on trying out the p95. Those things are nearly indestructible.

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Disregard gentlemen. I traded the ruger for a S&W Bodyguard!! already have an offer for an RIA 1911. Take it or keep the Bodyguard?

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Disregard gentlemen. I traded the ruger for a S&W Bodyguard!! already have an offer for an RIA 1911. Take it or keep the Bodyguard?

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I have a feeling you're using this forum as a trading platform --
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Or he's just one of those guys who doesn't really care about/know/is invested in stuff and is always buying, selling and trading. I love guys like that though I never understand 'em...

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Or he's just one of those guys who doesn't really care about/know/is invested in stuff and is always buying, selling and trading. I love guys like that though I never understand 'em...
Could be that-
I used to be but learned better long ago - Now i seek out those guys
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A .380? BOOoooo! I wanted pics of the charter! trade it for the 1911. lets see that.

Maybe......maybe you could get a Taurus .357 mag for it!

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I have a feeling you're using this forum as a trading platform --
I am not trying to trade anyone in here. This started as a trade for a watch for a llama 1911 almost a year ago and about 20 guns later I'm here. Just asking for suggestions. If you don't have any there's no need to say anything.
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Or he's just one of those guys who doesn't really care about/know/is invested in stuff and is always buying, selling and trading. I love guys like that though I never understand 'em...
Like I said to Hoss this is an ongoing trade I've been doing for about a year now. I use it to shoot many different guns and keep trading for fun. I have several guns that I would never consider trading. My first rifle, shotgun, pistol, and gift guns. Just for fun. I'm by no means stupid or ignorant of guns value. I am just having fun. I can afford to buy thirty guns a year so why not own one for a few weeks and move on? Thanks for the "input" fellas.
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Like I said to Hoss this is an ongoing trade I've been doing for about a year now. I use it to shoot many different guns and keep trading for fun. I have several guns that I would never consider trading. My first rifle, shotgun, pistol, and gift guns. Just for fun. I'm by no means stupid or ignorant of guns value. I am just having fun. I can afford to buy thirty guns a year so why not own one for a few weeks and move on? Thanks for the "input" fellas.
I was yankin your chain a little---
10 yrs ago & back i'd miss a day of work to make a gun trade
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I was yankin your chain a little---
10 yrs ago & back i'd miss a day of work to make a gun trade
Lol I haven't done that yet but I do keep them locked in my center console to go after work lol.
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