Guns You Regret Getting Rid Of

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    Guns You Regret Getting Rid Of

    For me it's a HK P7 and a HK93.

    I sold the HK 93 for double what I bought it for thanks to the Brady bunch, but I still regret selling it.

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    You probably meant "guns you regret getting rid of". In my case it's my Model 29 S&W. I continue to grieve after all these years.

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    After I sold my PPK/S, I got a call from MI 6. Wish I still had it.
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    A Browning Challenger .22. It was sweet but I wanted a S&W Mod 41. I can still get 41's but no more Brownings. DUMB!!!
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    Sig 228. Buttery smooth trigger and so accurate.

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    A ruger 30 cal blackhawk.One sweet pistol ,paid $75 sold it for $185.

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    I'm not going down that list. It's too painful! If I could go back in time for just one, it would be that minty little 2 1/2" Diamondback I was persuaded to sell to a friend!

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    Oh yeah, there was that walnut stock 10/22 I sold for $80. Just shoot me why doncha? :(
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    Not a handgun, but I once owned a .22lr Remington auto (if I recall correctly). I gave it away to a nephew.

    Years later when my kiddo was about 12, I wished I had that to teach him.

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    I've bought, sold, and traded various guns...only one has stayed in my "want ya' back" memories...don't know why I sold it.

    Had my first pistol, an H&R (Harrington-Richardson) 9-shot .22LR, was a great little gun. I had had it for over 30 years and during a weak moment, I let it go...I really miss that little fella'.

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    thats one subject that I don't wish to talk about.
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    Too painful.

    I've repressed the memories.
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    Gary D. Mitchell, A Sniper's Journey: The Truth About the Man and the Rifle, P. 103, NAL Caliber books, 2006, 1st Ed.

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