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    Trade??????

    This is just a " put yourself in my shoes" question.........I have a chance to trade my Beretta 96(brunion frame-inox slide) unfired, for a S&W 686-4 6 in. barrel stainless, with 36 rounds through it. Just assuming that we both want to trade, fair trade??????

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    Based on the information I found in my "Gun Trader's Guide" it appears the two guns are of approximately equal value. If it's a trade both of you can be happy with I'd say go for it. The model 686 is an excellent revolver. I've had one for years and wouldn't think of parting with it.

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    Sounds like a fair trade to me....JJ

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    Thanks.......still pondering..........

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    Quote Originally Posted by berettabone View Post
    This is just a " put yourself in my shoes" question.........I have a chance to trade my Beretta 96(brunion frame-inox slide) unfired, for a S&W 686-4 6 in. barrel stainless, with 36 rounds through it. Just assuming that we both want to trade, fair trade??????
    Beretta for semi-autos. Smith & Wesson for revolvers. Amen and amen.

    Best regards and congratulations to Governor Walker, by the way. I toasted him with a couple Leinies this evening!

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    It was a good win for the people and state of Wisconsin. Same feeling, the best of both gun worlds........

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    Quote Originally Posted by berettabone View Post
    It was a good win for the people and state of Wisconsin. Same feeling, the best of both gun worlds........
    Our son-in-law (native and resident of The Only Waunakee in the World and part-owner of the Green Bay Packers, I might add) had never voted in his life. Our daughter convinced him that he was going to vote this time. Proud of the boy. Leinies and squeaky cheese all around!

    On, Wisconsin!

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    Been there, nice little town.............good for the son in law.....I'm more of a Pabst and Widmars brick myself.........

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    What is prompting you to trade your Beretta pistol for the revolver?

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    I already have a 96 inox, and a revolver would make a nice addition......used to shoot revolvers when I was younger, and like the 686....have other Beretta's....just a nice " house gun".

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    Well if you have another then by all means do the trade, you won't be sorry.

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