I Can't Afford To Buy This Little Puppy

I Can't Afford To Buy This Little Puppy

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    Unhappy I Can't Afford To Buy This Little Puppy

    She sure is a cute and affectionate little thing though.
    C&S ~ They sure do build a nice chopped up gun.

    This one is on Gunbroker and it's actually a good price compared to what it costs to have one built.
    I still can't afford it right now though.


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    Ooh, shiny. That is a very nice looking pistol.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Paco View Post
    Ooh, shiny.

    That was my first though too,
    I like it ,I like it
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    Very nice. You must have blown alot of $$ since you sold that pistol -necklace -bling to Sixto.
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    rocky, that is exactly what I was going to say.

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    An adventurer is a gun that I WILL own some day. Definitely one in titanium. Unfortunately I can't stop spending money long enough to save up for one.

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    Go ahead and get it, I'll write the note for you to give to your wife.
    I don't offer this service to just anyone, but you're a special guy.
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    The other C&S head-turner on GunBroker, right now, is a Pathfinder Hi-Power 9mm. I wouldn't kick one of those out of the safe.
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    It sure looks nice though

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    Well, how many of us would it take for a Christmas in July @ $20 a piece?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ram Rod View Post
    Well, how many of us would it take for a Christmas in July @ $20 a piece?
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    I can't afford that or any of the other custom 1911's out there. So when I went looking for a "small" .45, I settled on a S&W M&P 45 compact. I get 8 rounds in the magazine.

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