Pawn Shop Circuit: Waiting Game
So, I drove over to Kenny's place. Kenny still had the hard chrome Hi Power up for grabs, and he had brought a S&W Model 65-5 out from hock. It had a Hogue monogrip, and the four inch barrel was not pinned. All in all, it wasn't a bad gun at all, it was in good shape, but it just did not trip my trigger. Kenny was asking $279 for it. That was a fair price, and I guess it will make someone a nice house or truck gun. It just did not inspire me to buy it. Kenny still had not brought out the promised nickel Model 38. I did not want to ask about it, for fear of appearing too interested.
Over at Dave's shop, there was no changes in his used gun selection. I started to drop another hundred on my layaway, but I decided to hold off until after the gun show this weekend.
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