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Discussion in 'Handgun Classifieds' started by skippythedog, Mar 15, 2013.

  1. skippythedog

    skippythedog Seattle Member

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  2. johnny on the spot

    johnny on the spot portlandia/sandy Member

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    why are you selling such a smooth operator? was just puttin my two cents worth in. nice pistol, someone will enjoy.
     
  3. skippythedog

    skippythedog Seattle Member

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    ... few reasons. Just a few hours ago, I picked up a Smith 617 .22 making a good pairing w/ a 629 .44 I had. Sometimes w/ kids, they want to shoot what the old man is shooting (and I don't want them getting smacked in the head) and I wanted the ability to shoot the very low velocity stuff that won't cycle any of the .22 autos, + I'm really partial to the Smith action. I'm not a collector/ hoarder. I shoot what I own but only need one .22 revolver. The Ruger is an awesome unit and closely emulates the sp101/.357, has hi-viz sights and 8 shots too.
     
  4. clearconscience

    clearconscience Vancouver, WA Well-Known Member

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    Oooh if you were only in Vancouver. Nice looking pistol