Last month I purchased two guns, the Diamondback .380 at a resonable price and the departmental trade in of a G-26 at a really good price. Today I had to take three of the departmental Remington 870's to a local gun shop to have some minor work performed by a Remington Armorer that works there. When I entered the store I noticed a large table filled with various handguns and having been in this shop numerous times I knew that this was an estate sale. I dropped off the shotguns and walked over to the table just to look at what was there. There was a variety of semi autos and revolvers including 1911's, long barrreled S&W .357 and 44 mags and HK's. The prices were very resonable but I really had no need for what was there until I saw the SP 101. As I picked it up and opened the cylinder I knew I was in serious trouble. I closed the cylinder, cocked the hammer, lowered the hammer keeping the trigger engaged to the rear and attempted to turn the cylinder. No movement. Tight as tight could be. I opened the cylinder and looked at the recoil shield and breechface which showed very light case marks. Now I really knew I was in trouble. The price for me from the shop owner (who I have bought several guns in the past from including the Diamondback last month) was $350 cash out the door. I am hopeless. I cannot go into any gunshops for the next year. I cannot go to any gunshows ever. I will however be going to my gun club on Friday to shoot my new Ruger. Sometimes It's good to be me.