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Posted: 7/8/2001 12:16:51 PM EST
What gun did you sell that you regret selling the most? For me it was when I got rid of my vintage, new in the box P7 PSP, traded it at a show for a sig239 and a few bucks. What the hell was I thinking!!!! [puke]
Link Posted: 7/8/2001 9:00:20 PM EST
COLT SP1 carbine $800 and COLT NIB carbine $750 4 years ago to help buy a classic CHEVY.
Link Posted: 7/9/2001 2:46:30 AM EST
59 chevy pickup!!!!........[grenade]
Link Posted: 7/9/2001 3:55:46 AM EST
Let's see.. A Valmet 71 Uzi model A Glock 27 Glock 19 Colt 6601 Benelli Super 90
Link Posted: 7/9/2001 4:04:35 AM EST
Selling my Gyrojet soon, and I will regret it in the future. [:(]
Link Posted: 7/9/2001 6:47:51 AM EST
Originally Posted By McUZI: Selling my Gyrojet soon, and I will regret it in the future. [:(]
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You had best not sell it until I get down there to fire it !
Link Posted: 7/9/2001 12:13:29 PM EST
Thanks guys, misery loves company.[:d]
Link Posted: 7/9/2001 12:37:11 PM EST
any guns
Link Posted: 7/9/2001 12:50:11 PM EST
A LaFrance AKM (full-auto, transferable) Bought it for $3900; sold it for $4500 a short time later. Within a month of selling it, the prices of F/A AK's jumped to the $6k-7k range because some Krink kits came in the country and people, including myself, wanted to do krink conversions. The other was a supressed MKII STEn (also full auto, transferable). Bought it to convert to a MK IV Sterling, but when the gun came in there wasn't a spare Sterling part in the US. I even tried the guy who was bringing in rare prototype Sterlings right from the factory where they were made and he couldn't get any. I held onto it for about two months and then sold it. I swear within one day of selling the damned thing, it seemed like MK IV Sterling kits were pouring in the country - I think they were actually giving them away at the local quickie-mart.
Link Posted: 7/9/2001 1:02:36 PM EST
Originally Posted By RBAD: You had best not sell it until I get down there to fire it !
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Dude, check this shit out. Freshly arrived via UPS today. 36 Blunt Nosed 13MM Anti-Material Rockets [:)][img]http://wsphotofews.excite.com/026/MI/hz/p4/ZZ83499.jpg[/img]
Link Posted: 7/9/2001 1:06:12 PM EST
Link Posted: 7/9/2001 4:58:15 PM EST
Originally Posted By bmwguy: Let's see.. A Valmet 71 [b][u]Uzi model A[/u][/b] Glock 27 Glock 19 Colt 6601 Benelli Super 90
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(Emphasis is my own) I'm with ya there, bmwguy... That's the only firearm I've sold that I should have kept. No... I should have kept that EARLY Italian imported AK-47 in .22lr I had... Mike
Link Posted: 7/9/2001 5:18:21 PM EST
None yet, but maybe soon. I have sold an unreliable S&W 22A, and a Ruger Mini-14. I don't regret these. I will soon trade away my Kimber ProCarry, and I will probaly regret this someday when I can handle the recoil, but I will have an EA Preban to console me for my loss. Juggernaut
Link Posted: 7/9/2001 5:39:52 PM EST
[Last Edit: 7/9/2001 5:37:52 PM EST by Mach1]
Originally Posted By Juggernaut: I have sold an unreliable S&W 22A
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I had the same POS. [puke] Went back to S&W three times, and still didn't function. Only gun I have ever sold. Picked up a Ruger slabside .22 instead. Excellent pistol.
Link Posted: 7/9/2001 5:47:21 PM EST
Originally Posted By Mach1:
Originally Posted By Juggernaut: I have sold an unreliable S&W 22A
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I had the same POS. [puke] Went back to S&W three times, and still didn't function. Only gun I have ever sold. Picked up a Ruger slabside .22 instead. Excellent pistol.
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Ditto! mine went back to Maine either once or twice for repair, can't remember how many times, and don't care. I traded for a 22/45 and $50 and never looked back...
Link Posted: 7/9/2001 5:54:26 PM EST
We sold a S&W 22A to a customer, it was back from the importer from fixing, the customer was firing it on our indoor range. The rear portion of the slide breaks and hits him in the face, no injuries fortunately. We send it back for the final time. The importer fiddles about with the weapon for months until they replace it. The customer purchases a new .22 and we take the S&W in change for the new one.
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