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Discussion in 'Hi Power Firearms' started by CA357, Feb 24, 2013.
If you got 'em, show 'em.
My contribution to the thread
I don't have one yet, but I keep looking for the right deal on the right HP. So I am just reserving my spot in this thread.
On a side note of stupidity, I turned down a chance to buy a Browning HP MKIII back in the early or mid 1990's for $350.
We've all done stuff like that Sentry.
I started to show my high power but realized this is a GUN forum
Mabe next year
Hi power will be my next semi auto pistol.
A Smith and Wesson will be my next revolver.
Which comes first? Depends on which one I find for a good deal first.
I don't even give a damn which model Smith. I've been thinking about a 29-3 I found yesterday for $550... But I really can't spare that kind of money right now.
Not to go far OT but anyone know about these?
They're pretty good pistols Hoss. I just bought and sold one when I had the opportunity to buy the FN.
Grab that 29-3 you NEED one!
^ My M29-2
Want a Hi-Power? (used)
FEG HI POWER, Excellent Condition Price: $275.00
FEG HI POWER, Very Good Condition Price: $250.00
See post #9
Me thinks you don't quite know how light the ol' wallet has been feeling lately...
I do. Wife is unemployed. 3 cars on full coverage insurance, two iPhones, rent, electric, cable
And Internet you name it.
Can't you drop coverage on two cars? How many can she drive at once? There's a new gun in two months right there.
No, one has payments, I drive that one, then her car, then my play truck. It's all but collision.
Lots of bills.
Great- thinking i NEED one
Funny coincidence , I bought my Hi Power and my favorite S&W (K38) at the same time, from the same guy, for the same price ($135 ea).
Wanna make a 300% profit?
T-Series from 1969. Purchased for $85 and that was expensive at the time.