Is Stealing Bad When It Comes To Guns?

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    Is Stealing Bad When It Comes To Guns?

    I hope not, cause I just stole this sweet Glock 32. I've been asking around for a carry gun for my wife(she's doing the paperwork thing at the DMV tomorrow) and a friend of mine said his dad had a
    G32 he was trying to get rid of. With the holidays and saving for a house we've been very tight on money so I wasn't looking for something expensive. I thought I would get her a Taurus or something similar for about $300 until she could get that Ladysmith she's been eyeing. Anyway, I asked how much, expecting to hear $500 or so. He says $250. What?!?!! Are you sure?! Now I'm thinking his dear old dad thinks it's a Glock but really has something else. Or it's really been abused. But I decided to check it out. Here's what I got for $250...



    It's almost perfect!! Let me know what you think.

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    I think I hate you... And I think you got one aich-ee-double-toothpick of a deal, assuming the thing is mechanically sound. Heck, even if it isn't... :)
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    Yes, stealing is wrong when it come to guns also. So even though I don't like Glocks, I will pm you my address and you can clear your conscience by sending it to me. I will make sure it finds an appropriate home with someone who won't feel bad about stealing.
    Just remember that shot placement is much more important with what you carry than how big a bang you get with each trigger pull.
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    I think your a baaad man. You should go to an outside range without gloves for punishment.
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    Wow! You got that for $250?!

    Did the mags come loaded with the ammo too?

    Congrats! That is one heck of a steal... err, I mean deal!

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    Gee, I thought I done good with a Glock 19 for $375. BTW, mine was new.

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    WOW, sometimes in a lifetime we get at least one good, pardon me, great deal on something. That right there was a deal. Now I am turning you in for taking advantage of the elderly or mentally challanged or whatever I can think of.


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    Wow indeed!

    I'd buy a Glock for that kinda money.
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    Nice score! Did it come with the M6 too? I'd be tempted to sell that to offset the cost of the gun even more.
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    Darned thieves LOL!

    You came outa that smellin' of roses methinks!
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    Very nice, outstanding deal! I hate you.
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    Killer deal!

    And the worst part is that Streamlight M6 hanging on the gun, which goes for about $280:

    Streamlight M6 for sale for $282 at copsplus.com

    I would estimate that the gun should have cost $450 and the light $200, for a total of $650. And you got the package for $250, a savings of $400.

    I think that some people who don't know guns very well just don't realize how they hold their value when used. A used refrigerator or TV might have a value of 25% of original price, while a used gun can be 80% to 90% of original price.
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    Looks to me like you just committed a felony. You gun rights are terminated and I will be glad to let you confiscate your firearms to my possession.
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    I hope your conscience won't let you sleep! $250? Shame, shame!

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    (in Joe Pesci voice from Goodfellas) You M!!!!!!!

    Thats not right, its just not right.
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