Guns we've sold & DO NOT MISS...

Guns we've sold & DO NOT MISS...

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    Guns we've sold & DO NOT MISS...

    Saw a thread on another forum regarding "Guns we should have never sold". For some reason this got me thinking about the opposite.

    What guns have you sold, that you do not miss or regret?

    For me it would be a bumb Colt Defender, Kahr P45, and G27.
    A fear of weapons is a sign of retarded sexual and emotional maturity.
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    G19 & P22. By far the worst guns I've ever had the pleasure of selling.

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    OMC Backup .380 (one of the very early ones), Walther P22 (jam-o-matic), Taurus PT-111, Sigma 40V, High Std MK II .357.

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    Two Skyy CPX-1's. Now aka "Sccy CPX-1". I liked them, but they never were reliable enough for me to trust.

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    pt111 taurus, kahr cw40(nice gun, but to snappy for me)

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    Kel-Tec P3AT. I was glad to take a loss and be rid of that little jam-o-matic.

    Now I'm waiting patiently on my Ruger LCP
    "Naked and Starving as They are We Cannot Enough Admire the Incomparable Patience and Fidelity of the Soldiery" George Washington, Valley Forge, 1777.

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    HK FP6, Benelli Montefeltro, Bushmaster AR (hated the y comp), Beretta 92, Springfield Micro, Winchester 1300, Mossberg 590, Kahr P9 Covert, Colt HBar, POS Romain AK, Benelli Super 90, Glock 21, 870 Express, Rem 700 LTR, Walther P99, Smith 5906 and 4046, Red Label... to be continued as I thin out my collection.

    Those are the recent ones I can think of right now.
    "Just blame Sixto"

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    2 problem M&P .40 compacts. Good riddance.
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    Les Baer TRS. So tight I don't know how it cycled without +P ammo. Broke every plastic bushing wrench I had, forced to buy a brass one just to field strip it.
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    Sigma 9v forsale. I'll be happy to get rid of the bugger.
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    Hi-Point .40 pistol, Hi-Point C9, Kel-Tec P3AT, Springfield Armory 1911A1 Mil-Spec, Mossberg Maverick 88, Taurus 617.
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    My first "carry gun". I was intimidated by the salesman (He knows more than I do) into buying a Ruger P90 with an Uncle Mikes holster w/mag pouch built in.. My research before shopping pointed me to a Sigma 9mm. Never again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LastManOut View Post
    My first "carry gun". I was intimidated by the salesman (He knows more than I do)...
    Ah yes that problem. Bless the guys at my range, I love them all, but they keep trying to sell me a Glock. One guy even swore to me the XD (seeing I was sold on XD over a Glock) was way better built than H&K, which ignores customers that are not military/police.

    Now I have found this to be not his fault, the XD is obviously reliable, and the RUMOR online is that H&K customer service is whack- further research shows me that the RUMOR is in fact RUMOR and H&K customer service may be par, if not beyond.

    Unfortunately I haven't had the chance to purchase a pistol yet, let alone sell one. I suspect my first pistol, if it be the USPC .40 will be the first I sell- only because it means I have found one with a stainless steel slide at the gunshow

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    G22, Glocks are not for me. I carry a USPc .40 and have a fullsize to match on my night stand. H&K customer service is not bad at all. Then again it's a H&K so you probably won't need them.
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    A belgian Browning Auto 5 12 guage 3" magnum. And I I mean 3 inch magnum...it wouldn't even eject a 2 3/4 inch shell less than a number 4. It also had a 34 inch barrel on it which made it good for one thing...deer. It kicked like TKD instructer and I made good money on it. (Lots of deer hunters here)
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