July 16th, 2006 08:47 AM
Both Smith & Wesson's, 629 8" , 4506.
The 4506 went on a cross country trip I took
in 93. That pistol was a bugger to conceal,
and I ended up selling it to buy a Glock 27.
"A lie gets halfway around the world before the truth has a chance to get its pants on."
- Sir Winston Churchill
July 16th, 2006 03:25 PM
Only sold a Remington 870 Super Magnum, GLOCK 26, and a Ruger 10/22. Only miss the 10/22. I have a older Remington .22 rifle I inherited from my grandfather so I still have a .22. But the 10/22 was ultra reliable and there is so much aftermarket stuff for it. I only got $60 for it and I'm sure I'll buy one again eventually.
July 16th, 2006 03:31 PM
Wow. Why only one? There are so many. That's why the wife (God Bless Her Immortal Soul) made me reverse my self-imposed policy of "Buy a New Gun, Get Rid of an Old One". She keeps her shoes as long as she likes them, so I can do the same with guns.... I can have have as many as I want.
But, to answer the question, a Ruger .357 Vaquero.
Followed closely by a pair of CZ-52's.
July 16th, 2006 03:41 PM
I know what you mean. I have a Remington .22 semi auto rifle and a Browning (I belive) .410 pump-action that were my grandfathers. I rarely shoot the .22 and have only shot the .410 once. But, I know if I ever sold them I'd regret it.
Originally Posted by ssssthesnake
They were my grandfathers and other than these guns the only thing I have of his is a ring he made out of a quarter on the boat over to Okonawa. Every time I showed that ring to someone and told them the story they were amazed. I thought I lost it for a while and was pretty depressed (it was after he had passed).
July 16th, 2006 09:18 PM
Don't mean to get 'off-topic', but one handgun I will definitely NOT sell is my late-grandfather's .22 Colt Challenger handgun. Sentimental reasons.
It's not about the caliber you carry, it's about how you USE it.
1988 DIE HARD 2008
July 17th, 2006 08:24 PM
The only guns I have ever sold were ones that did not work. I sole them to the local gun store. I informed that they did not work, as I did not want them sold to someone that would hurt themselves or someone else. They have a gunsmith on site that can fix them and sell them.
July 17th, 2006 09:34 PM
I hate to think about all the guns that I've sold over the years and now wished that I could get them back. They start with a couple of consecative numbers BHPs Mk II, Colt Combat Command stain nickel 70 series, S&W Mod. 5967 (I was told by Horton only 500 made, of course I asked after I sold it), Springfield Armory SAR 48 Bush, Polytech Legend, LC Smith field grade 20gauge, etc....
Out of all of them I would say that I miss the LC Smith the most.
That is why I don't sell anything now!
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