Pawn Shop Circuit: Finding Time
I also got into Neil's place before closing. Neil had his office door ajar again, and I got a good look at the handguns hanging in hock on his pegboard. There was a large N frame sized snubby with a Hogue Monogrip, a pistol that resembled a Browning Buckmark, and a couple of service sized unidentified black pistols. Neil still had his Beretta Tomcat up for sale, and his selection of shotguns has reached it's pre-Katrina size. I keep waiting and hoping for another old Smith & Wesson from these gentlemen, but it's starting to look pretty darned slim.
I'm going to have to find the time to go by Kenny's.
Labels: Pawn Shop Circuit