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      Unhappy The one that you miss the most

      I read posts all the time where someone talks about a piece that they wish they would have never gotten rid of. What is the one Pistol that you had that you wish you would have held onto. Post pics if you have them!

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      Pre series 80 Combat Commander in satin nickel.


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      Series 70 Combat Commander.

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      I kick myself on a regular basis for ever selling a Smith & Wesson 22/32 Kit Gun. Boy have I missed that sweeet little handgun over the years.

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      There are three guns I sold when I was in college that I never should have:

      1) Taurus PT92
      2) Ruger Mini-14 Ranch Rifle, stainless steel w/ folding stainless stock
      3) Mossberg 500 20" eight shot

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      A Stainless Colt Combat Commander. It was one of the first 1911s I took apart and totally rebuilt. It was a fantastic carry weapon and was spot on at the range.

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      S&W model 41. It was the first handgun I ever purchased myself. I still kick myself on occasion for selling it, but at least I have the comfort of knowing the proceeds of that long ago sale went to very good use...

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      I bought my first rifle almost 20 years ago and I still have it, as well as all the guns that came after it. I also still have my first BB gun (about 25 years ago). I haven't had to sell a gun yet and have always reconsidered when I thought about trading one.

      If all goes according to plan, my kid(s) is/are going to have one heck of a diverse collection when I die!

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      Wow, there are some really cool models you guys got rid of. Personally, I wish I never would have gotten rid of my .223 a few years ago...Rent is a B****...

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      As firearms go, I'm with Kev. I do regret selling that Crosman 760 Powermaster air rifle though. The recent copy I picked up for my kids is all plastic.

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      My .380 Colt Mustang
      Russain AK-47
      S&W M&P 15
      and last but not least
      CZ-75B stainless .40

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      thanks God I haven't fallen in this category..I was so close to make a mistake and sell my SIG P6 to use the funds towards purchasing anothe SIG 2022..But the trade offer I got was rediciolously low I walked away from the deal..And decided to save more and wait till the funds are available to buy the 2022 SIGPro..Everytime I think I was about to loose my SIG P6, chills go thru my spine.

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      had to sell a walther ppk/s silver engraved boy did mess up there

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      Smith & Wesson Model 57, 4", nickel w/ presentation case!

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      1968 vintage Colt Gold Cup.

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      I had a 70's vintage Browning HP.....only good thing is, I sold it for more than I bought it for.

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      Quote Originally Posted by Desertrat View Post
      I had a 70's vintage Browning HP.....only good thing is, I sold it for more than I bought it for.
      That always makes it a little easier to deal with losing a good piece.

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      I hate that I got rid of my Dan Wasson .44
      I miss that one.

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      HK VP70Z --19 rounds, accurate enough, simple to take down, easy to shoot, HK dependability (never once failed to fire with any load in 3 years)

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      i've only sold one, and i do miss it. firestorm .380, nice pistol!

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