This is a discussion on How often do you window shop guns? within the Defensive Carry Guns forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Originally Posted by joepilot I just did a little "window shopping" today! Good fun, and I managed not to buy anything which made my wife ...
If I stay away from my local pawn shops for a week, they send me a getwell card. They're better than my local LGS.
Online-daily. Since I got my CCW and picked my CM9 I now got the fever to stock up and diversify..
Once a week with purchases about every other
I went to THREE gun shops today, and the local indoor range.
Gun shop #1: See if they had an SP101 and would take a RIA 1911 on trade. (They didn't, so I didn't ask)
Gun shop #2: Specialized in ammo sales (awesome prices and selection), so I scored 4 boxes of 9x18 Makarov, and some .38 Special wadcutters.
Gun shop #3: Co-located with indoor range, but OF COURSE went hunting for deals.
Not really out of the ordinary for me on a day off.
lets see....local gun shop....once month......wally world...once a month at least..(ammo buys)....gun show...once a month....visiting every gun website on the planet....daily.....pull out my gun...daily....clean and wipe down my rifles...weekly....gun range visit...twice monthly
I think I have an addiction..
is there a 12 step program for this???
I "Just say no".
I find it a great way to spend $$$ I don't have for something I really don't need. However!!!!
I am finding myself in "need" of a new AR.
Local shops here are 50+ miles away...don't get to them too often. Online looking/research daily for me. Forums etc is where I have learned everything (school of hard knocks too).
Is there such a thing as "too many guns"?
lately.... far too often. Always looking for a deal.
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