Looks like one is leaving the herd

Looks like one is leaving the herd

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    Talking Looks like one is leaving the herd

    ...and one will be taking its place.
    I found a good deal, er...make that a GREAT deal, at least I think so...
    I'm gonna give up my ruger sp101 with the ct grips. Shes heavy for front pocket carry and the magnums she spits out is quite the handbiter, so I'd rather carry the taurus 85 ultralite when I do revolver carry. Anywho... the new queen is a .45 acp and she is a glock 21 (3rd generation).
    What makes this deal so great is that the glock is brand new with a green/brown/beige digital camo paint job, and thats it. No boot !
    I couldn't believe my ears when he told me so I asked him to put it on one of his business cards. I actually have two choices. The 21 or the 30. I have the para, for the shorty, and the 21 fits my hand just right....
    So... I'm finally gonna get my glock. It's good to be king.
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    Congrats on the Glock. The old "Golden Rule".......LOL........He with the Gold makes the Rules........"The King"!

    Have fun with it!


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    I doubt the words on a business card are worth anything more than the card with no writing on it, so do the deal quick before the guy wakes up!!
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    That's an awesome deal!
    Jump on it!
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    It is time to make your move. Today!
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    Now - ya got capacity

    Always a pity to get rid of a gun but looks like this is a good deal.
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    I'm actually torn on this one. I love my little Ruger, even though it is rather heavy and I only carry it occassionally. But who can argue for a straight across trade for a Glock with much higher capacity? Congratulations!

    Pictures would be appreciated when available. lol
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    Sounds like a great trade but make sure that you really want to part with that SP101. I had one and sold it. I have been sorry ever since. The SP101 is a great gun!! It is a handful with full house .357, but it is built like a tank!!

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    Congrats on the G21. I have had one for several years now, and it is on of my favorites. I have been considering a Ruger SP101, but won't be trading the G21 for it.
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    New style Glock 21 or the old style?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bud White View Post
    New style Glock 21 or the old style?
    gotta be the new style. It has the light rail.
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    the 3rd gens had the light rail sorry i ment with the somewhat slimmer grip or the big one

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    Sounds good to me, Arthur. I have taken to carrying the 10mm since I got my new holster. I probably should have bought the SP101 back in August when you offered it to me. Ah, well. Enjoy the tupperware.
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    Bud...it has the slimmer grip.
    And thanks George !
    " Refuse to be a victim, make sure there is a round chambered ! "

    Just call me a pessimistic optimist !

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    Congrats. I had a G21 that served me well. Just a little to big for my carry tastes. Maybe you will be able to carry it better....if not it will be a hell of home gun especially if you put a light on it!
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