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I just picked up a CT grip for my daughters M&P9C, she has been asking for one for a couple of months. So while I was getting her some practice ammo I asked if they had one in stock. It was just under $250 with the ammo purchase. Good day at the toy store.:D:D:cool:

Any others out here give ammo or parts as gifts?
 

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I gave my dad a 1911 for his birthday last year, the bills have gone up since then so he is getting a galco for it this year. Getting my brother some rcbs 357 dies.
 

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My wife's birthday was 2 months ago, and she got a S&W 642 stainless, some amo for practice and some for SD, a holster, and a case when she's home to put it in. She's getting a Gun Toten' Mamas purse for Christmas.
 

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Damn, can I come hang my stocking over at one of your houses this Christmas??? if I keep it here at my house all I'm getting is a lump of coal ;-)
 

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MoreAltitude said:
Damn, can I come hang my stocking over at one of your houses this Christmas??? if I keep it here at my house all I'm getting is a lump of coal ;-)
Santa doesn't bring coal any more. He leaves miniature solar panels.
 

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My daughters husband came by last night to check out the CT grip for the M&P, now he is jealous because he didn't get one for his full size M&P. I told him that Santa only comes to see good girls and boys LOL. Just not enough money in the Christmas fund for two CT grips this year. :(

Glad to see that others feel these types of gifts are great for Christmas.
 
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