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Which gun(s) do you regret selling the most?

Discussion in 'General Firearms Forum' started by 86brick, Jul 11, 2012.


  1. 86brick

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    Only gun I ever sold was a 2nd gen Glock19 and even though I was more than happy with its replacement, I sometimes wish I held on to it cause it never failed once after 1100 rounds. My father's biggest regret is the 6" Stainless Colt Python he sold many years ago.

    What is yours?
     

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  2. Redstate

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    Kahr K9. I am now looking for a Kahr MK9, but probably wouldn't be if I still had the K9.
     

  3. ctfireman

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    -Marlin camp 9 (purchased new) then sold.
    -G30 (got another one since).
    -Beretta PX4 storm (will be replacing soon).
    -Sig 229 .40 (want to replace with a 229 scorpion).
     
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  4. K.Kiser

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    I've only sold three in my life... I sold a GP-100 which my Dad bought back for me several years later, sold a 700 ADL 7mm mag which I sold with no regret, and I sold a pristine 700 BDL 30-06... The BDL '06 I shoulda kept because it was dirt cheap and perfect from a desperate seller, and I sold cause my car needed tires.. woulda coulda shoulda..
     
  5. paragon1

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    German proofed SP2022 9mm. Best shooting gun I ever owned.
     
  6. janice6

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    I didn't sell it but it was stolen from me by a family memberand given away, while I was in the Navy.

    1886 lever action Winchester .33 caliber. Came from a Mormon family when they settled Salt Lake city.

    I am still so Pi**ed about this................
     
  7. bigchuck83

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    my first Beretta 92fs- have an m9a1 now and still need a plain 92fs
    Sig p229 in .357 sig.
    beretta model 96
     
  8. NeverMore1701

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    Only one, a minty W. German P228. Will get another someday. Everything else I sold was because I just didn't care for the gun.


    Oh, one more, a first gen 22/45. Wouldn't mind having that one back.
     
  9. Travclem

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    None. Everything I ever sold was carefully calculated and either sold for profit or because I did not like it. Fortunately I have never had to sell anything against my will.


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  10. Caustic Mopar

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    I regret selling all my Glocks!
    Used LE G22
    Used G23
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    ESP my 3rd gen 21. That thing was a beast




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  11. bac1023

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    Freedom Arms Premier Grade revolver.

    Of course, I've bought another since though. ;)
     
  12. clancy

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    Springfield M-1A
    Ruger No.1A in 7x57

    But damn, I really needed the money.
     
  13. motorcyclist

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    The only one I've sold (and there's been a bunch) and wouldn't mind having back was the Ruger SP101. Great little revolver.
     
  14. eracer

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    Nazi-proofed Belgian-made Browning High Power.
    Belgian-made Browning BAR in .308.

    I'd like to have those two back.
     
  15. series1811

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    One of my Sig Sauer P226s. I still don't know why I agreed to let it go.
     
  16. pochis

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    i sold a 4 inch colt diamond back that i kick myself for everyday.
     
  17. g2122

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    2nd Generation Glock 21 and Ruger .45 Blackhawk with .45ACP conversion cylinder. I've since purchased a Glock 21sf.
     
  18. checkyoursix

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    I have never sold anything that wasn't readily replaceable, so I don't have particular regrets. The few pieces I have that are not I will never sell, unless I need to feed my kids.
     
  19. JaPes

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    Rimfire 1010101

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    As odd as it sounds, a Ruger P95.
     
  20. evilspringer

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    For me it was my Ruger Super Redhawk.
    I was injured on the job, my wife was involved in a car accident and 6 months pregnant at the time. So neither one of us was able to work. Did what we could, sold all of my guns and the Ruger was the last one I let go of.