I walked into Neil's place this morning, half expecting him to be pissed off over the deal I got on the SW1911. He was not. Instead, he was happy he had quickly made money selling it. He made money quickly both ways dealing with that pistol. Neil had also sold the Smith & Wesson Model 29-3
over the weekend. I was not upset. It was not a P&R gun
, and .44 Magnum is a caliber I do not shoot. A wheelgun accumulator has to draw his lines somewhere. Neil had also sold the Inox Beretta Centurion. I gave Neil $100 towards my layaway
. Neil had added a KelTec P40 to his line-up, and it was tempting at $179. I have several .40S&W guns that hardly ever get shot though, and I worry about an overpressure round
in such a gun.
Dave had a Ruger 22/45 in the case with his Colt Army Special.
The Ruger was $179. The Colt was still overpriced. Dave had two "Wolverine" type knives in his gun case for $25 each. I commented that they were about the most wasteful use of cold steel I had ever seen. Dave said he hopes a couple of Goth kids will happen in and take them off his hands. He agreed, there is no accounting for taste.
Amber still had her remaining Charter Arms Undercover. She had added a Taurus revolver in 32 long to it, priced at $139.
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