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Old 02-01-2014, 02:08 AM   #1
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Scored two M681-1's .357 from SOG. Did my function ck cleaned, etc, etc. Going to the range after work. Problem is I bought one to sell one to maybe keep, got 2 people with very strong interest. Oh and did I tell you. SOG shows em sold out. Dammit!!! Better have fun tomorrow.
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Old 02-01-2014, 02:12 AM   #2
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Nice score. You should keep one.

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Keep at least one and keep both long enough to talk about how cool they are to the interested guys...heh
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I think I'd have to keep both of em

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I'd hang on to at least one of the 681s
I've have one and like the fixed sights and slick action,Congrats!
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So me and a buddy from work went. His first time at the range, he's used to back yard shooting cans at 30 yards. He swears by his Ruger GP 100. Hey, it's a nice handgun, I shot it, its nice. Well he is hitting at 30 with his Ruger. I carry a snubby, so I'm not used to a 4 inch barrel. Now I'm looking good, hitting the bulls eye. He trys the Smith, "wow" he says "that trigger is awesome". So good as a matter of fact we switched to 7 yard rapid fire double action pulls! I'm impressed, HE is certainly impressed with it. 38 special feels like nothing with this handgun, .357 is not intimidating at all (well the other people were, he was using his max load reloads). Now he wants the Smith, and I..... well I want to keep it. And the future wife: "you got into business to sell and fix guns not keep them". Anybody here hear this one before?
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Braggings OK, just dont gloat!!! Those are sharp, keep one and make someone else as happy as you are. Perfect!!!!
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If your bragging can help even one member to buy a new gun, then it is worth it.
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