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Old 01-22-2010, 12:18 AM   #11
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Me no likey, but I'll bet they will sell. Most people don't research their firearm purchases. They simply stroll into the local shop and say, "that one looks neat, I'll take it."

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Me no likey, but I'll bet they will sell. Most people don't research their firearm purchases. They simply stroll into the local shop and say, "that one looks neat, I'll take it."

Uhhhhhh... yahhhhh... 79.99% of gun buying is spontaneous.
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Uhhhhhh... yahhhhh... 79.99% of gun buying is spontaneous.
My 44 Mag was but who can walk away from a mint 629-1?
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Just introduced at SHOT 2010, Smith&Wesson Bodyguard 380 and Bodyguard 38. Both polymer framed handguns with integrated Insight lasers. There 38 has an aluminum alloy upper, poly lower, stainless barrel and cylinder, and has an ambidextrous release.

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Just introduced at SHOT 2010, Smith&Wesson Bodyguard 380 and Bodyguard 38. Both polymer framed handguns with integrated Insight lasers. There 38 has an aluminum alloy upper, poly lower, stainless barrel and cylinder, and has an ambidextrous release.
Thanks. Still looking for something on it. I have no doubt that if S&W makes it, it will be good.
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They've been posted to Smiths website this week, try this.Shot Show 2010 - Smith & Wesson

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They've been posted to Smiths website this week, try this.Shot Show 2010 - Smith & Wesson
Information is beginning to pop up on S&W's new releases.
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Well Jesus Christ on a cracker,... - Now I've seen it all.
I mean,.. it was expected for Taurus to do something like that, but I really thought that the last bastion to fall would be S&W to start doing sixshooter tupperware. Maaaaan was I wrong,.... I guess the last bastion to fall will be a tupperware 1911,.... or will I be wrong twice today,.....
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Well Jesus Christ on a cracker,... - Now I've seen it all.
I mean,.. it was expected for Taurus to do something like that, but I really thought that the last bastion to fall would be S&W to start doing sixshooter tupperware. Maaaaan was I wrong,.... I guess the last bastion to fall will be a tupperware 1911,.... or will I be wrong twice today,.....
Gun makers go where the money is... If tupperware is the in-thing, then everyone makes polymer guns.
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They do have to make a profit and I don't blame them. Just so long as they don't stop making the traditional SS and blued beauts that we've all grown to love.

Oh and Spittin' who wouldn't have bought a mint 629-1 give the opportunity? I always love to hear stories of quality impulse buys. Right on.

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