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Posted: 6/16/2001 2:09:22 PM EDT
I know we have all traded or sold a firearm that we looked back on and could have kicked ourself on doing it. The gun I wish I would have never traded was a Sig P226 in 40 with nite sites. That was one sweet gun! What was yours?
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A Maremount M60E3....I knew those Beanie Babies were a bad investment...
Link Posted: 6/16/2001 2:20:16 PM EDT
Well, that's an easy one. I sold a Colt AR Sporter in 1994. Been kicking myself ever since. [:(]
Link Posted: 6/16/2001 2:21:56 PM EDT
I had two i wish i had never sold : ( a beautiful mint Springfield M1A and... a beautiful Remington 700 PSS with a Leupold tactical 3x9 scope loooks like i'll have to save up some more money so i can replace those, perhaps with some more ARs! : ) Jeff C/NY
Link Posted: 6/16/2001 2:26:14 PM EDT
My perban H&K marked Benelli w/pistol grip and ghost ring sites. I even paid 550.00 NIB for it! Excuse me.......gotta go kick my @ss again for a minute now.
Link Posted: 6/16/2001 2:36:53 PM EDT
Preban Uzi Model B Preban Colt AR15A2 I'm still banging my head on the wall over these. [heavy]
Link Posted: 6/16/2001 2:48:58 PM EDT
A S&W Model 19 6". An acquaintance with a Ransom Rest bolted it in and we shot a 24 round 1.9” group at 50 yards with Federal HBWC. Don't even remember what I traded it for.
Link Posted: 6/16/2001 2:51:11 PM EDT
A Minty Winchester Model 12 made in 1914.
Link Posted: 6/16/2001 2:55:03 PM EDT
Ruger P95D a cheap no thrill pistol with no worth other than the fact it was my FIRST gun! You should hold on to your first gun that started the whole addiction.
Link Posted: 6/16/2001 3:27:33 PM EDT
Originally Posted By Duffypoo: all of my HK weapons, P7M13,
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You sold that!!!!! Surely you are kidding. _____________ As for me, I have not really sold anything technically. I have left a rifle at my Bro's for safekeeping. He thinks I gave it to him. ______________ BTW Morgan Keegan, I assume you work for that firm. What do you do for them if you don't mind me asking. I'm an unemployed bond trader, I need a contact at your bond desk. Know of anyone I can talk to.
Link Posted: 6/16/2001 3:35:59 PM EDT
Ask CavVet.
Link Posted: 6/16/2001 3:36:16 PM EDT
i might be a POS kalif-kommie but im not dumb enough to sell one of my good guns, or even ANY of my guns (since there all good)
Link Posted: 6/16/2001 4:14:09 PM EDT
CAR-15, Detonics Combat Master
Link Posted: 6/16/2001 4:19:55 PM EDT
If seized by gov't agents counts as 'traded or sold,' I miss my Rifle Factory Ishapore model 1A (Indian FAL type clone). Sand cuts in the bolt carrier, safety sear, comprehensive list o' banned equipment, winter trigger, wood furniture, Lee Enfield trapdoor buttplate, type 3 receiver, etc. Though I technically have not yet sold the rifle, the gov't has ruled that I can't continue to own it, which leaves them few options except for expropriating it against my will, confiscation without compensation, or returning it to me in a deactivated condition. [rolleyes]
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a minty 1903 Springfield...a browning citori 24" upland superlight..almost 20 years ago the springfield cost 200, and the browning 600...the browning would be over 1000 to 1200 to replace now
Link Posted: 6/16/2001 5:41:48 PM EDT
LordTrader, I am a select client broker. As for the job openings you should call Memphis and see what they have open. I know we require the following MBA Series 63 & 7 I wish the best at finding an opening, but you may know that the markets are fickle at the moment and openings are slim. This is a VERY SLOW business at the time. Email me and I will give you a guys name in St. Louis that works for MLynch that might be able to help you out. Also I hear that Edward Jones is hiring some new brokers. I would say you might have a chance with them if you can bring your clients with them. Clients = Power Good Luck
Link Posted: 6/16/2001 5:43:26 PM EDT
my pre ban Benelli M1.
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A browning hi-power with lots of hi-caps mags.
Link Posted: 6/16/2001 5:50:05 PM EDT
my, HK91...I was young, I needed the money !!! [>(]
Link Posted: 6/16/2001 5:51:37 PM EDT
Smith and Wesson 686 w/2x simmons scope
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Back in '87 it was my Galil AR.... I got what I paid for it- 850.00! [NI]
Link Posted: 6/16/2001 6:07:11 PM EDT
When I was 18, I sold my dad's 1911 that he carried in 'Nam to buy dope. [:(] Mistakes we make when young...
Link Posted: 6/16/2001 6:14:47 PM EDT
A LaFrance AKM. Full auto , transferable, beautiful condition. I could cry.
Link Posted: 6/16/2001 6:33:21 PM EDT
Let's see, most of these were for partial trades or full trades but I still regret some of them.. Benelli M1 Super 90, partial trade for HK-94 Valmet 71S traded for AK-47 Polytech Legend Calico M-100 Sporter traded for Glock 27 Glock 27 traded for Sig 229 Colt AR-15 transitional model 6601, traded for Eagle Arms EA-15 A2 Springfield 4800 traded for customized Steve Woods 1911.
Link Posted: 6/16/2001 6:58:43 PM EDT
My first rifle, an AKM underfolder and my first AR15. I was scared of the 1989 roberti-roos AW ban and sold them that year. (stoopid, stoopid, stoopid...) :(
Link Posted: 6/16/2001 7:16:44 PM EDT
Once it joins inventory, it NEVER leaves.
Link Posted: 6/16/2001 7:57:20 PM EDT
Oly preban in 1994
Link Posted: 6/16/2001 8:29:24 PM EDT
I should have kept my Springfield Armory SAR 4800, nice shooter, sold to finance new big block for the race car! Had a really nice Underwood M1 carbine that also went in the race car project. I almost sold my old Colt SP-1 about 12 years ago, bought new in 1981 for $380. Still have it, just don't shoot it that much anymore. It's a keeper now!
Link Posted: 6/16/2001 8:40:26 PM EDT
I sold my Sp-1 shorty... So Growing grass could buy dope. It's a better reason than the real one. I just wasn't shooting alot. Doh!
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In 1988, I sold my HK41 with S&B scope and mount for $600. I think that GrowningGrass has everything beat so far.
Link Posted: 6/16/2001 10:41:26 PM EDT
Daewoo Dr300; Taurus SS .44; Glock 23 & Taurus .45; A couple of Bulgarian Post SLRs. I have will never again...
Link Posted: 6/16/2001 11:18:34 PM EDT
Originally Posted By |\|F/\: If seized by gov't agents counts as 'traded or sold,' I miss my Rifle Factory Ishapore model 1A (Indian FAL type clone). Sand cuts in the bolt carrier, safety sear, comprehensive list o' banned equipment, winter trigger, wood furniture, Lee Enfield trapdoor buttplate, type 3 receiver, etc. Though I technically have not yet sold the rifle, the gov't has ruled that I can't continue to own it, which leaves them few options except for expropriating it against my will, confiscation without compensation, or returning it to me in a deactivated condition. [rolleyes]
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Hey man, where in Cali are you? There are places here in Nevada that will store your rifle for you( hell, ya can bring it to my house!) Do not let those F**KS have your rifle!! Miss my early HK USP. 9mm, had cut rifling, not polygonal, 5 15rd magazines. Glock 19 W/ many hi-caps, pre-ban Oly 24" HBAR, lost my car, job and girlfriend in the same 2 weeks, then had to sell guns to live.
Link Posted: 6/17/2001 2:43:15 AM EDT
After my first divorce (I am long-term relationship challenged), I sold a few guns for cash, and I regret selling a Colt MK IV Series 70 tuned government model the most. It was sweet, but I had to eat. [>Q]
Link Posted: 6/17/2001 8:14:41 AM EDT
Browning Broadway Lighning. Paid $450 cash while stationed in France. Sold it a year later for $450. Hated myself ever since.
Link Posted: 6/17/2001 8:39:39 AM EDT
I used a real nice Browning H.P. for trade once. I don't even remember what I traded it for. I do know that I wish I still had that High Power.
Link Posted: 6/17/2001 12:57:30 PM EDT
One of those Daewoo side folding .223 jammies...Stupid, Stupid Bought gun for $400 never shot it, did not like the way it looked and traded it for a sig 220. Also I really miss my Star Megastar .45 14 rounds of .45 in a brute of a package, stupid, stupid. Trade that one for a springfield 1911
Link Posted: 6/17/2001 1:02:41 PM EDT
Russian Tiger Carbine (Dragunov w/o fs)
Link Posted: 6/17/2001 1:43:46 PM EDT
A L O N G time ago , I sold my first handgun. M4...she is safe with me....If you want her back, let me know....I like her, BUT...I want a pre-ban....
Link Posted: 6/17/2001 1:57:21 PM EDT
i didnt sell it but my dad did long story my 10/22 when i was 12 but recently he did make it up for me by buying me a preban 10/22 with, side folder, heat shield, Flash hider, and a NIW/NIB ramline 30 rounder [:D] took him almost 7 years but he finnaly amde up for that one
Link Posted: 6/17/2001 4:22:11 PM EDT
My beautiful pre-ban M1A National Match, Boyt's leather sling, 6 GI mags, bayonet...etc. WAAAAAAAAAAHHHHH!
Link Posted: 6/17/2001 4:32:03 PM EDT
Gunmonkey, I'm up north in the People's Republic of Canada. I can't ship it to you because under our laws as they stand, I can't touch my gun without a registration certificate that our gun registry won't give me. Neither can I move the gun without another permit, even if I had the registration certificate. And shipping it across the border would require all that plus a special one time use designated route, designated time transport permit and an export permit from the department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade, plus a corresponding import permit from the US State Dept - if they'd issue it, which I doubt, since it's a safety sear gun. I can't ship it out, but I doubt I could sell it in Canada either. To give you an example of how many Canadians might be able to legally buy it from me, not one of the - I won't call them Gestapo, but imagine intrusive antigun BATF agents except more bureaucratic and thicker than posts - at my local firearm regulations office are licensed to own this type of gun. The government disapproves of this gun so much that for about a decade it has refused to issue any further licenses for this class of firearm. Which is all rather strange, since the gun is a basic .308 semiauto, limited to 5 round mags by enforced government prohibitions. I replaced that gun with a 30-06 M1 Garand with 8 round clips. By the tangled web of what passes for logic amongst our legislative bodies, the latter of these guns is 'non-restricted' like a .22 Chipmunk single shot and the former is 'prohibited' like a 30mm gatling cannon. Did I neglect to mention that the same legislation that took my gun also make me an unpaid 'Public Agent' tasked to enforce this moronic law? I'll enforce that law alright .. right after I do this [moon]
Link Posted: 6/17/2001 4:42:44 PM EDT
If you are stuck I can buy your FN1A1 off you. I allready have one but I might be able to get it past my wife. I picked up my AR from a guy who had it confiscated by the cops. They refused to let me have it until I threatened to arrest the chief of police and had the CFC call them to demand they release it....it was two days from the crushers when I got my hands on it.
Link Posted: 6/17/2001 4:44:23 PM EDT
My biggest regret was selling my Enfield No4 mk1 with Bisley sights!! I sold it to a friend when I needed money to buy books for school....he still has it....Hmmm better give him a call, he does not shoot anymore since he got into gocart racing...maybe he needs money now?
Link Posted: 6/17/2001 4:45:02 PM EDT
I wish I never sold my Bright Stainless Colt 1911 .45. I recently replaced it at a cost of $1000 ouch). Oh and honorable mention is the colt delta elite 10mm which I sold for $300 a year ago and are now selling for $600. I never liked the gun or the caliber much but I hate the sell low buy high scenario.
Link Posted: 6/17/2001 5:02:22 PM EDT
Originally Posted By Waldo: I have never sold one. [):)]
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Ditto, and don't intend to either.
Link Posted: 6/17/2001 5:08:26 PM EDT
A Colt Commander that I was given as a teenager. I sold it and my handful of other guns when I went in the Army, because I didn't want to cart them around the world. Maybe its just a case of fading memory, but I always seemed to shoot better with that pistol than any handgun I've owned or carried since...
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