Pawn Shop Circuit: High Prices & Resolutions
I drove over to Kenny's shop to find that he managed to sell his Colt Hammerless. He was wanting quite a bit for it considering it's condition. I'm glad he found a buyer. Kenny had a Rossi Model 68 that he wanted to show me. I humored him and looked over the South American revolver. It was an early Rossi, and was pretty crude, irregardless of it's nickel finish. The trigger felt gritty, and even swinging out the cylinder felt gritty. Kenny was wanting $159 for this gun, but that was too much for me. I handed it back.
I guess I was a little disappointed there were no new guns to buy, but that is OK too. I drove over to Neil's pawn shop, to find a Smith & Wesson Model 65-4. It had rubber grips and a four inch barrel. Neil started to take it out of the case for me. I told him no, and handed him $150 to place towards the Colt Commander I have on layaway. I also have a S&W Model 65-5 on lay away at Neil's place. Unless I come across a whale of a deal, these two will need to be brought home before another purchase.
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