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Old 05-16-2011, 06:03 PM   #31
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Really.........I've been looking for a nice board.

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Really.........I've been looking for a nice board.
I got the board at Cooper Dept store in New York before the move to Florida.
I often play when the family comes over. The background for gun pics is just a bonus,
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Fine, here. I'll do it:




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As well you shouldn't. Although I wouldn't mind seeing a pic of the whole gun.
I posted it before because HKSlinger asked. Right next to it's sister S&W 686
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I know this is of topic but im not sure what to do in this situation. I currently have a Jimenez Arms .380 auto. I have the option to trade it for a Taurus model 83 38 special. What do you think?
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Here's my model 610

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Nice.

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Nice.
Thanks! Quite possibly the most accurate revolver I've ever shot.
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Way back when, I had a K22. It was the sweetest .22 I've ever handled or shot.

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Way back when, I had a K22. It was the sweetest .22 I've ever handled or shot.
Now that is a sweet gun. Man, I have been looking for the "right" K22 for years.
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