Springfield XDm 45 Compact 3.8
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Sig P226 40 Eqinox. Amazing to shoot and stare at...Just too big to carry for me.
(4) Springfield Armory XD-40 Sub Compact
(1) Ruger LC9
"Molon labe" "From my cold dead hands"
A Smith & Wesson 6906...Sold it in early 90's.....
Was in a major $$ pinch and sold it for $200.00.
I hate hind sight.........
HKP30, with trigger work and Heinie straight 8 night sights. Awesome gun, but I wanted a 1911 so I sold it to purchase a 1911. Good at the time, but I would very much like to shoot that P30 again.
Also a Sig P226R Navy. Great gun, didn't do anything for me and I sold it cause someone asked me if I would. No real reason to. Gave them a killer deal too, but they were a friend so no biggie in the end.
No free man shall ever be debarred the use of arms.
Laws are restrictive but sometimes necessary to maintain a civil society. Rights are nonrestrictive but are always necessary to maintain a free society.
The two I wish I had kept. Are the cz pcr compact and my tuarus 85 stainless 3 inch barrel 38 special.
I'd waste away if I listed the ones I still pine for after letting them get away.
Here's the one at the top of the list of regrets, a Winchester Model 1873 .38-40 rifle with a high-grade stock and tang sight. An old scanned photo from quite a few years ago, taken at our old home place while setting up targets on the side of the hill to shoot at.
“No possible rapidity of fire can atone for habitual carelessness of aim with the first shot.”
Theodore Roosevelt, The Wilderness Hunter, 1893
A SW Model 60 no dash .38 Special. Made in 1974. Picked it up at an LGS for 300, and for some reason I traded for a Ruger Vaquero .22. I later sold the Vaquero and applied the funds to a Sig P229 Extreme.
But I wish I had that classic Model 60 back!!
I watched my friends buy, sell and swap. They always complain about ones they should have kept. So I have a rule,never ever sell any of mine. If I want a better one or something else save up.
Fast is fine, but accuracy is everything.
I used my Sig SP2022 as a trade for a Ruger SR40. Then had 100 to the deal!
I was not impressed with the Ruger and wished I had kept the Sig.
It's a "low end" Sig but it was my first Sig and it was after all... A Sig!
Well, I started the other thread and have answered there but right now the ones I most miss are my old HK USP and the Kimber I traded in on my FNP45 Tactical. I need another 1911...