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I shore wish I could go into a gun store with your son....
You really think one of them might follow me home..?;):D

Congrats...that's one nice shooter right there.



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Heck you can have my son. Lol

Thanks really like this one
Hey I know your son,

I don't wanta keep him, just see if he can make a Colt follow me home too.:)


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I know a place .....for the "too much" overflow.




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a few years ago one of my daughters turned 21. that was good for two SR9s, one for her because she liked them best, and one for me to shoot with her. as if that was not enough, the SR line has impressed me so much I have one of each offering and am anxious for the release of an SR45c. my children have all been given firearms as gifts and sometimes just because. they are all worth it. I am blessed.
 

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a few years ago one of my daughters turned 21. that was good for two SR9s, one for her because she liked them best, and one for me to shoot with her. as if that was not enough, the SR line has impressed me so much I have one of each offering and am anxious for the release of an SR45c. my children have all been given firearms as gifts and sometimes just because. they are all worth it. I am blessed.

Guns make the best gifts got my 6 year old grandaughter her first 22 bolt action for Christmas she loves her gun ImageUploadedByRuger Forum1400976666.130578.jpg they are never to young to learn gun safety
 

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lol yeah going into a lgs without buying something is hard enough without taking your son with you. That is almost a guarantee you are not coming out empty handed. More like empty wallet.
Second thought that is good excuse explaining to the wife why you bought another gun. The kid almost cried so I had to buy it.
 

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lol yeah going into a lgs without buying something is hard enough without taking your son with you. That is almost a guarantee you are not coming out empty handed. More like empty wallet.
Second thought that is good excuse explaining to the wife why you bought another gun. The kid almost cried so I had to buy it.

Can't use that excuse. My husband passed away little over 6 years ago, and my will power just ain't that good. Lol

I'm like a kid in a candy store nothing prettier than a new gun. Lol. It's not only a guy thing. Lol. Some of us old women love a good

Firearm I know I love mine
 

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I hear that. My wife passed away a long time ago. LOL if she had been here I might not have bought 20 handguns in little over a year. She was a nurse and maybe she would have cured me of the gun buying plague that was upon me. That's my story and I'm sticking to it.
 

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I recently found a gun store about 20 miles away. On an average day, they have close to 6000 guns for sale. I'm in the market for a new .40, so I've got a wide selection. Of course, I can't help but notice the engraved Colt revolvers, or the Winchester model 1876's, or the crates full of surplus Mosin-Nagants (I like older "classic" guns). They even have almost any kind of ammo, AR parts, 10/22 kits, gun cases, etc. Ok, so they're like, a gun superstore. I always blow like 200 bucks when I'm there.
 

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I hear that. My wife passed away a long time ago. LOL if she had been here I might not have bought 20 handguns in little over a year. She was a nurse and maybe she would have cured me of the gun buying plague that was upon me. That's my story and I'm sticking to it.

I worked the hospital/nursing home scene myself "trust me" there is no cure it's a terminal addiction. Lol
 
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