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It followed me home, Then my wife claimed it for her own.

This is a discussion on It followed me home, Then my wife claimed it for her own. within the Defensive Carry Guns forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Originally Posted by maclean3 No fair loading it with +P+ just so she'll give it back! Jack Now that is a great Idea... Only one ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by maclean3
    No fair loading it with +P+ just so she'll give it back!
    Jack
    Now that is a great Idea... Only one problem ... She knows how to run my reloader & she reloads her own ammo , so kind of hard being she will be in charge of loading her own magazines.... I might have to offer to reload a couple hundred rounds for her...

    Well we will find out we are off to the range on Thursday night ,
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    Reloads her own ammo too? Somebody upstairs likes you.

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    sweet piece!
    Alright, I'm not married, but I'm sure getting the wife / significant other 'to your side' is most of the battle. SO, small price to pay if she took it away - gives you an "excuse" (as if you REALLY need one!) to buy another.
    Buddy of mine got married 7 years ago to a gal who wouldn't let a gun in the house. Fast- forward those years and he reloads, shoots, and has quite a collection. Good for him and her!

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    Been looking for one for years. And I known how the wife can be. My wife took my backup S&W M36 from me 20 years ago.

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    That looks like a nice little gun. And like shooter said try it and true it.
    Congrats!!!
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