No good deed goes unpunished.

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      No good deed goes unpunished.

      My secretary is turning 21 next month and she was fairly certain that she wants to purchase a Sig 239. I went with her to my favorite gun shop to help her finalize her decision. While we were there I saw a nice 90% Ruger Security Six in Stainless. Mechanically it is in excellent condition with nice DA and SA trigger pull. With taxes ect . the total cost was $290.00 Naturally, I had to purchase it

      Just goes to show you. Try to help out a friend and look at what happens.

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      Well, sometimes you've just gotta do what you've gotta do.

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      Hmmm, we all know what the pistol looks like. A pic of the secretary would kinda give us all an idea of why you were so kind to help her

      But hey you got a beautiful gun!!!!

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      That's what friends are for.

      Congrats!

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      Someone still uses the term "Secretary". Bravo! I find it to be a very professional and completely fine title that had fallen out of popularity for some completely ridiculous politically-correct reason, replaced by a silly false title of "administrator" or "administrative assistant".

      Choice be known, I'd rather be called a dang good Secretary than the latter any day of the week. "Administrative Assistant" would make me think.. Jeez, just call me a Custodial Engineer as well if I clean the crapper for Pete's sake.

      hehehe.. sorry, just had to say Well-done with a more professional, traditional title there.

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      Secretary is an appopriate title in my opinion. No pictures of my secretary though she is very cute. One day in the near future she will be applying for a position with the FBI - thus her interest in learning to shoot.

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      Good for her.

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