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Old 06-04-2012, 01:50 PM   #11
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My cost issue isn't necessarily on the side of buying ammo, it's on the side of marring or damaging what could be a nice 45, So I'm not looking to buy a 45 and then a 22 conversion. Thanks for the options though

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My cost issue isn't necessarily on the side of buying ammo, it's on the side of marring or damaging what could be a nice 45, So I'm not looking to buy a 45 and then a 22 conversion. Thanks for the options though
As long as you maintain your gun and don't buy a crap gun in the first place it'll be fine. You can make a solid gun last for a life time if you treat it right.
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