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Old 01-19-2013, 04:31 AM   #1
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Iíve done some assessing of a couple of my favorite pistols and decided to sell them. I wanted to focus on more CC options or dual purpose CC range gun style pistols, my XDM Compact excels at that and thatís one Iíll keep. SoÖ.sadly..my 92FS goes to a new owner tomorrow. The next up will be my P229 SCT, itís in beautiful shape and itís a favorite, so Iíll hold out for the right priceÖ.Iím not wealthy, so something has to go. These two guns are awesome hunks of precision ironÖIím going to miss them. I really want a USP Compact and I don't think there's a single one in the state of Minnesota. I'll be waiting patiently for one to come my way.

So far..

To replace them, my wife and I bought a couple of Rugers this week. The LCR .357 is mine and thrills the heck out meÖIíve always wanted a Edward G. Robinson / James Cagney snub nosed detective style revolver..Ēyoou dirty ratt!Ē

The LC9 is my wifeís and we picked that up just tonight. If the weather holds up we will shoot a few rounds tomorrow with both of these handguns.



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