AMT Skipper

Discussion in 'Semi-Auto Handguns' started by bogey, Apr 3, 2008.

  1. bogey

    bogey New Member

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    I have an AMT Skipper and, as many of you know, it is a scaled down 1911, stainless, adjustable sights. Why did I buy it? Seemed like a good idea at the time; like .45s. But I have never shot it. Is it worth holding on to? KInd of a heavy little sucker;; rather carry my S&W 457 or one of my full sized 1911s. Anyway what do you think? Keep it or sell/trade? Appears to be in good shape.
     
  2. RONSERESURPLUS

    RONSERESURPLUS New Member

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    HELLO ALL/RESPONCE TO BOGEY

    Ron L here = SERESURPLUS


    Well, you can do a few things:

    1. Trade it for an item that you really need or what? This is an option I have done a few times!

    2. Keep it as a useable example of a 1911A1 that you could carry, and have an option of 45ACP?

    3. You could Donate it to someone like me, who would Love it and give it a good home?

    All in all, I can HONESTLY SAY, I HAVE REGRETS ON SELLING OR TRADE OF MOST GUNS< OR POSESSIONS THAT I HAVE EVER PARTED WITH! Do what ya like, it belongs to you, but BE WARNED!