HA556

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Right now, I am seriously regretting selling my Glock 48! Had an emergency and needed the funds and it went on the chopping block. Have hated that every since!:( I want another one really really bad!

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ZigZagZeke

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There are guns I've taken a bath on, so I regret that part but I can't think of any guns I regret selling because of the gun itself.
I can't think of any I DON'T regret selling.

Remington 513T target .22 rifle
Browning Medalist .22 pistol (Belgian 1955)
Ruger MkII slabside
Winchester 88 in .243 (awful trigger but sweet rifle)
Browning .22 SA (the semi-auto with the tiny little receiver)
Marlin 336C (1950) in .32 Special
 
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My first Deer rifle, a Marlin 336 in 30-30 I bought in 88, sold it for 2) S&W S/A pistols 439 and 469.
My son was devastated to say the least, he wanted it when I kicked the bucket.
I told him just be happy you’re getting my boat, gear and my extensive Rock n Roll vinyl record collection. :s0112::s0112::s0112:
 

joken

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I know, I know..."never sell your guns" but I think we have all been there!

For me, definately my King Cobra...replaced it with a Smith but I kick myself every day still...

How bout you guys?
Well, there was the NIB Walther P5 and the Sako Quad kit and probably a dozen others from back in the day when we could buy and sell without government permission. Oops, I forgot the SP1 with the Colt scope. That's the one I regret most!
 
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15 years ago I picked up an off-brand 1911. The previous owner had gotten a custom trigger job, nice grips, night sights... best shooting gun I ever had. Unfortunately I fell on hard times and had to sell it. Will get another eventually.
 

ilikegunspdx

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Same here. Some guns were fine at the time but time to move on from them. Replaced with other guns. Like cars they come and go and I enjoy them while I have them. I used to have muscle cars (Fe 65 gto, 68 firebird, numerous 65-66 mustangs, 62 caddy convert, 72 Mach one, numerous 40s, 50s, 60s, 70s pickups and so forth) that some people say " I bet you regret selling X or Y". But I don't regret it at all. I really enjoyed some of them at their time but really compared to modern cars there is no comparison (other than style and beautiful lines). I enjoy some of the classic Mercedes just as much as those muscle cars.
 

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