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I'm down to two Guns...

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My Glock Gen4/19FS and my Sig P229 Nitron. I enjoy shooting both of them immensely. Both are Keepers!
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They look fresh out of the box. Are you down to two or up to two? Either way, I'd like to whittle it down to two as well. I'm a minimalist and I don't like clutter. Dad was the same way. He was down to one .357mag revolver when he died.
People get like that when they get older. My dad was the same way, but he always kept the Savage .22 LR bolt-action that he had as a kid.
 

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I plan on selling off most of my collection in a few years. No need to die with a bunch of money tied up in guns when I could enjoy it doing other things. I still plan to keep 5 or 6 though.
Keeping all mine. Grand babies being raised right. I built a 10/22 from Kidd, Volquartsen, and Whistle Pig parts. It's purple and silver and my Granddaughter Ava (5 years old) has already laid clam to it. Teaching them safety now, shooting soon and when I get older they will have the guns to remember me by.
 

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I had a Glock 42 and regret selling it. May have to rethink this. If I can find one at the right price, I will jump on it. Loved mine!
While I'm not a huge fan of the .380, I did want a warm weather pistol and the G42 fit the bill perfectly. I had a Ruger LCP and every time I shot it, the side of my knuckle on my middle finger felt like it was hit by a ball-peen hammer. Now I'm used to recoil, but the grip was just too small for me to get a good grip. The G42 is the perfect size and it is also one of my more accurate pistols. I put TFO sights on it and think it's the perfect pocket pistol.
 
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