My first tax return "item"

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    My first tax return "item"

    On the way to my FFL is a new EAA Witness match pistol in .40 cal. Pretty, isn't she?

    EAA 1.jpg

    EAA 2.jpg

    I've got a couple more in my sights too. : )
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    I'd love to get a Witness Carry P personally
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    Congrats on your new 'tax return' pistola...enjoy!
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    It is pretty actually. Congrats on your new pistol!

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    It would be interesting to see the graph of "gun sales by month". I bet March and April are VERY good months.

    I am planning on spending some tax refunds on bullets.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ram Rod View Post
    It is pretty actually. Congrats on your new pistol!
    I think that the EAA match pistols are very underated. They are semi custom made by Tangfoglio in Italy and are on par with a higher end 1911. I paid only $529 + $20 in shipping.
    Last edited by atctimmy; February 4th, 2010 at 12:23 AM.
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