I was on my way to the gun shop. I was going to look at a gun for my wife. Drove a half an hour in the snow in my 350z just to look because I'm so excited. On the way, I stopped in to the police station to see if my CCW permit showed up early, and it had. Then I got really excited because I could pick up the M&P compact 9mm that I had paid for on Wednesday. I walked into the shop and he said, "Hey, I just got your approval." I said I'll also take the .38 for my wife. Oh, and some Speer HP's. Oh and some .38 target ammo. Oh, and a new Galco holster. I think I may be addicted.
I entered this forum a year ago and approached it like a 12 step program after the excitement from my first purchase. My 12th gun is coming in on the 26th the month, a 95+% Ruger Security Six 6" Bicentennial edition from 1976. This should mean I'm cured right?!?!?!
Hi Dsig1. We are all in this together. I am on step 7.
Last edited by buck32; 12-19-2008 at 10:44 PM. Reason: Let out thought.
Steve beat me to it! I would be in the same boat as you if I has $$$ to spend so freely!
Addiction is a disease. You can't let a little thing like funds, or lack thereof, get in the way. Also, I have sold as some guns as I have purchased others so my current cache only consists of 9 guns. If you really want to look at a half full glass, since the election, guns are probably one of the best investments out there. If kept in good condition and if bought prior to the election, most guns, especially hi-caps, have held their value or appreciated a bit.
Wow, now I feel a lot better.
I did see a new Kel Tec SU 16 yesterday for $500.
Food, gun, food gun - oh I need to lose another 20lbs. No food this month so gun it is
I'm still waiting on my bailout from the feds. Then I can go on that buying spree...err, help out the economy by being a good consumer.
I can stop anytime I want to; I just don't want to.
Aint addiction great!
sounds like you had a goood day