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This is a discussion on Which Gun To Sell within the General Firearm Discussion forums, part of the Related Topics category; Originally Posted by Andriss The rule in our house has always been only one of each caliber for each of us. When my husband wanted ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Andriss View Post
    The rule in our house has always been only one of each caliber for each of us. When my husband wanted a new .380 he had to trade his old one. If I want to get a LCR, I have to trade or sell my 442. This way we don't have as many safe guns and each serves a purpose.

    Sell the M&P9c.
    Man, glad I don't live at your house. Two or more of everything is always better.
    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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    Sell a gun??? SELL a gun??? I really don't know what that means. What is this "sell" you speak of???
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    Sell'em both and get a Glock.... Sorry I had to do it...


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    Quote Originally Posted by gasmitty View Post
    Daring to be different, I'd sell the Walther.
    This is what I was thinking when I came across this post. +1
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    Quote Originally Posted by zeppelin03 View Post
    Shucks... Kids wiping out your fun money?
    Nope. I bought a new bicycle and it wasn't cheap. My wife was a bit miffed that I spent a little too much. I had to remind her that I don't drink, don't waste money at bars and the bike will help me lose a few pounds. She calmed down after that. On the other hand, if I bought a new gun right now she might stab me. : )
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    Quote Originally Posted by TN_Mike View Post
    Sell a gun??? SELL a gun??? I really don't know what that means. What is this "sell" you speak of???
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    But if it has to happen, actually, I would keep the 101. For starters, it's a great little revolver! From 38 spl. to 357 is a very nice range for a carry piece or camping SD. (wild animals minimum) But namely because you've stated that it's your only revolver, it's also a great handgun to teach a beginner if the need arises. It's heavy and recoil is tame with a light load .38, not to mention the simple mechanics for someone new to handguns.
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    If it were me I would sell the Ruger because if you sell the M&P you will not have any high capacity gun left for home defense.

    The good news is that neither gun is hard to find so whichever you sell you can eventually buy another.

    How about this though, if you knew you were going to have to pay for school why did buy the Walther a few months ago. Not trying to be an ass. Just something you should consider so that you are not faced with the same problem next semester. Been there done that. :)

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    The walther wasn't the problem. It was buying the revolver a month ago. OOPS

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    Quote Originally Posted by BugDude View Post
    This is what I was thinking when I came across this post. +1
    +2!

    Do you ever pocket carry the Ruger? If so, keep it. The others aren't AS easily pocket carried by most people.

    And the Walther will bring you more cash if in good shape.
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    Quote Originally Posted by farronwolf View Post
    Man, glad I don't live at your house. Two or more of everything is always better.
    It's HIS rule, not mine. I've been trying to get a SP2022, but he doesn't want it because we have 2 9mms now!

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    Keep the Sp101!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Andriss View Post
    It's HIS rule, not mine. I've been trying to get a SP2022, but he doesn't want it because we have 2 9mms now!
    Wow. Tough rules around your house.

    My wife doesn't carry but I told her the LCP was for her.

    I try to have 2 of each caliber. My wife doesn't understand but I tell her that if the SHTF then I need to arm her and my older children.

    I've only sold guns to finance other guns and I have been luck not to have to sell one for the money. I feel for you but if you can CC the M&P I would keep it and let the Walther go.

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    I'd sell the cat. I've never sold a firearm and don't ever intend to. I'd gather up enough crap to put on ebay or have a yard sale but I'd never sell a firearm.

    If you get rid of the cat you save on cat food too. lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Andriss View Post
    It's HIS rule, not mine. I've been trying to get a SP2022, but he doesn't want it because we have 2 9mms now!
    Sounds like you would make a smart man a good wife.
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    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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    keep the picture
    ditch the gun

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