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post #1 of 13 (permalink) Old 06-25-2012, 09:15 AM Thread Starter
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I needed some extra funds for the trailer project so I sold the Win 88 without ever firing it. This is really unusual for me and I hope I don't regret it. I do buy and sell a couple of guns a year so I could replace it someday. A buddy from work bought it and will hunt with it so it went to a good home like puppy, ha ha. Everyone has to balance economics in their lives this time it was a rifle for me.
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Its unfortunate when this happens but sometimes you gotta do it..I regret selling my first guitar from 1987.It was an Ibanez rg550 now considered a classic and worth a good buck.Lookin back wish i never had to do it.
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I feel ya there bud. I bought a winchester model 94/22m last year. id been looking for one for 4 years and finally found it. 6 weeks later, the clutch went out on my car and i was short on funds having just bought christmas presents. someone got lucky for 350
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If the trailer is going to match your fancy new ride ....
It may cost you a few guns
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Sometimes you gotta do what you gotta do to make things a go.
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Hey Ghost, I know this is not on the subject line here, but I saw you are logged on and was wondering if you heard any more about the Nick Casal deal, like if that chicken s--t attacker has been to trial yet, and or sentenced yet??? I believe I read that this makes him a 3 time loser(don't quote me on that) but if that's the case, he's going bye bye for a very long time!! Hope so!!
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i dont understand the attachment to guns. i sold 3 this year and some of my buddies couldnt understand why. when i answer im broke and need gas and grocery $ they still look at me like im nuts! i just really dont understand the attachment.
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i dont understand the attachment to guns. i sold 3 this year and some of my buddies couldnt understand why. when i answer im broke and need gas and grocery $ they still look at me like im nuts! i just really dont understand the attachment.
I don't understand the attachment to a lot of things, like women and their shoes, but I think I like my guns more than my own truck.
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post #9 of 13 (permalink) Old 06-27-2012, 12:39 AM
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Yeah sometimes you have to balance out what's more important. Use your best judgement as to whats more important
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post #10 of 13 (permalink) Old 06-27-2012, 06:25 AM Thread Starter
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Why do people collect anything? Mostly because they want too! I love firearms period, I don't need any other excuse. I think many here have a similar interest.
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