Which Gun To Sell

This is a discussion on Which Gun To Sell within the General Firearm Discussion forums, part of the Related Topics category; Originally Posted by claude clay keep the picture ditch the gun I like that. Nice and direct. I know some people never wish to sell ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by claude clay View Post
    keep the picture
    ditch the gun
    I like that. Nice and direct.

    I know some people never wish to sell a gun. At this point I have parted with many before, and still many to come. Ever since I sold my sig I don't worry as much. That was the only gun I said I would never sell. For some reason I did one day. Still kick myself for that one.

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    Keep the Ruger.

    BTW, loved my PPS as well.

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    Keep the SP101.

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    a five shot revolver in any caliber has never made any sense to me for concealed carry unless you absolutely know you are going to have a confrontation with only one or two thugs....... Keep the PPS and the M&P.

    M&P IWB, and PPS in an ankle holster....perfection.
    Kimbers are the guns you show your friends....Glocks are the ones you show your enemies.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zacii View Post
    I would keep the SP101.

    It's got a bit of character, whereas the M&P is just another polymer 9mm.

    The revolver would preserve another dimension to your carry repertoire.
    +1 on this, sometimes character and style are nice.
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    I know I couldn't do without a revolver. One of the two semi-autos would have to go.
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