Super Rare and Rationed SA Mil-Spec

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    Super Rare and Rationed SA Mil-Spec


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    glad my local gun store is run by idiots(sarcasm).
    if it wasn't, my wife couldn't have bought the same gun off the shelf for $100.00 less than that guy wants.

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    ha ha that is pretty funny ... but local shops here are having a hard time getting springers

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    Talking Shameless

    Using Blond Babes to sell a Colt Knock Off pistol.

    NOTICE the white cotton gloves...so as not to get fingerprints on the Rarest Of All Handguns.

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    Well how else to sell it Qk?

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    Post Well,

    He should have used a Brazilian Model to match the location where the Springfield pistols come from.
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    I feel dumber after reading that.
    Slow is smooth, smooth is fast, fast is deadly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by QKShooter
    He should have used a Brazilian Model to match the location where the Springfield pistols come from.

    Very true a nice richly tanned Brazilian model

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    those gloves look awful thick. must be a hot selling gun.

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    Check out some of his other ads - like the super duper "338 Elephant Bear Savage Safari Sniper Alaska Pkg!"

    The sad part is, we're sitting here making fun of the guy, and he's laughing all the way to the bank as this stuff sells. I'm in the wrong line of work!
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    Quote Originally Posted by QKShooter
    He should have used a Brazilian Model to match the location where the Springfield pistols come from.
    If you look closely that is a NM model, it was assembled in the USA.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bruces45
    If you look closely that is a NM model, it was assembled in the USA.
    How do you figure bruce it doesn't say national match on the slide .. and don't tell me you believe the NM prefix means national match in the serial #.. thats a urban legend

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    Too bad people need to falsely hype their products. sooner or later most buyers will figure out they got taken. This is why , when I sell stuff I try to
    1. test it myself first.
    2. be honest and truthful of what someone is getting.
    Hyped up sales items tend to make us gun owners look dishonest.

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    You mean to tell me that I am carrying around a collectors item. What.....I have to stop myself...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bud White
    How do you figure bruce it doesn't say national match on the slide .. and don't tell me you believe the NM prefix means national match in the serial #.. thats a urban legend
    uhhhhhh, I never said it was a national match, just that it has the NM prefix which means its was assembled in USA. If it only has a N then it will have a fancy made in Brazil stamp on it. Being a springer fan like you are I thought you'd of known what I was talking about.

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