Me and the wife left the gun range Sat: to get something to eat I thought. Well she stops in a new gun store on the island. He gives me this Thunder Ranch model 21-4, in .44spec to play with. A collectors type gun. Him and her look at what else he's got. I heard her say cash out the door. I thought she had bought herself a gun. The guy comes over and says I have to let go of the gun and sign the paper it was mine.
No brithday or Christmas. God I love that women.
Never argue with drunks or crazy people.
Well, I can 100% say that this will never happen w/ my wife
CONGRATS on the nice pistol AND having a really GREAT WIFE ...
My wife would do the same thing, except she would buy it for herself.
She bought a pretty new red PT Cruiser convertible that she wont even let me drive. No problem, a man would have to cut his b***s off if he drove a car like that!
Just kidding! Sounds like you got you a good one there. Guess you should keep her.
Heck yes!!! Good woman you've got there!!!
Im not sure which is cooler, the gun or your wife.
Has she ever considered the menage a' tois thing
Thanks guys and no Scooter you mischievous rascal. She's my Angel till the end. I can't get over how good this gun shoots. I see why John Taffin likes it so well.
Look at this deal. Sometimes I think we are our own worst enemies. This is the same gun as mine and the same series and I paid about half of what he is asking. Crazy, I tell you crazy. My serial number is #395. His is #13.
Man, U NEED to buy that - Lucky Number 13
Then U'll have a set
[QUOTE=Baldy;38308]Look at this deal. Sometimes I think we are our own worst enemies. This is the same gun as mine and the same series and I paid about half of what he is asking. Crazy, I tell you crazy. My serial number is #395. His is #13.
Are you saying she paid about $750.00 for that beauty. If so, that's a great price. I recently put a S & W Model 327 TRR8 in 3rd place on my "want/need" list. It's a performance Center gun at $1,260.00 MSRP or the price they wish they could get. But even at that it's not a bad price for a Performance Center Revolver. However if I were to run across a Model 29, 50th Anniversity revolver for $750.00 I might be tempted to change directions. It's happened before! Just ask either of my ex-wives.
Last edited by TxPhantom; 10-10-2006 at 09:22 PM.
I saw one of those at a small gun shop around here. Prob used. Price was around $700
Yep ours was $770,1 box of Winchester.44 200gr Sliver tips hollow points, and 2 packs of .380 magtec gold tip hollow points. Display case and all the trimmings. I mean that guys gun didn't sell at that price, but all he was trying to do was gouge somebody. That's just not right in my book anyway.
I done some checking on him, and it seems to be a common thing with him. You'd be surprised how many guys think it's no big deal. I have sold a lot of guns at a profit but never gouged anybody. They got a fair deal.
Last edited by TxPhantom; 10-11-2006 at 06:26 PM. Reason: Wrong Gun!!!! Oops! I thought Baldy's gun was the 50th Aniversity model but when I looked again I saw it was the Thunder Ranch. Oh well, I like both of them.
I am going to see if I can come up with a drawing on mine, and see how much trouble it would be to remove the lock. No matter what I am not going to get rid of it,and I am going to enjoy the heck out of it.