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Old 05-21-2013, 02:36 AM   #1
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Would you trade a shotgun I got for 110 a revolver for 100 and 50 bucks for a snub nose .357? And does anyone own this model?

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Old 05-21-2013, 09:56 AM   #2
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Have you shot it?

I would not make the trade, but I already have short barreled revolvers.

Does the Taurus meet any need of yours or is this a "just because" deal?
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OP, maybe you should tell us what shotgun you got.
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It is want a want for personal carry along with my 9 but here is the shotgun it's just a single shot tactical have no real purpose for it I have another shotgun just no real revolver
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12 gauge single shot nef pardner

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After seeing the shotgun, Yeah, I would.
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Go to the range and shoot each others' guns first.
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After seeing the shotgun, Yeah, I would.
Yup, in a defensive firearm having more than one shot seems like a good idea.

What is that Taurus coated with and why?
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Yup, in a defensive firearm having more than one shot seems like a good idea.

What is that Taurus coated with and why?
Duracoated and I guess it's what he wanted I think it looks sweet
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Paint has been used on other things to hide defects.

Check it over very carefully.
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