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    Every one I have ever sold. The most my Ruger mini 14 many years ago. The most recent my 1979 Marlin 336.

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    A few off the top of my head.

    -S&W Pre-Lock 686 4"
    -All Matching CMP M1 Garand. It was mislabeled a "Shooter Grade" and was actually a "Collector Grade". This was back when us Bama boys could simply drive to CMP and buy one of the rack.
    -My Saiga SGL 21-61
    -Original Chicom /26\ SKS I had. Bought it for $49 when they first hit the market. Mine had PLA stamps.
    -S&W 915 I got mine literally the day after the 94 AWB became law. I carried it for 3 years as a security supervisor.
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    A early production 1893 Marlin rifle with a 24in octagon barrel in .25x36 marlin.
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    I regret every gun ive ever sold!!
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    All the Dan Wesson revolvers I had back in the 1980's.
    Winchester Model 70 in .270 Winchester. Finest deer and antelope rifle I ever had.

    Miss the Dan Wesson revolvers the most. They really knew how to build world class revolvers.
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    Electing Joe Biden as President will be similar to going bear hunting at night with just a pair of chop sticks and a lit candle. You know it is a bad idea from the outset, you can not defend yourself, you are ill prepared for what can and maybe will happen, and you question why you even thought it would be a good idea in the first place.

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    Hmm. Glock model 22? Nope, if it weren't the first firearm I ever bought, I'd never think of it at all. Don't miss it in the slightest.

    Raven Arms .25? Yeah, I did sort of miss that one. Fixed this recently with a good gunbroker purchase.

    Sig 226? Don't really care for DA/SA, so the only reason to miss this one is build quality.

    Ruger Security Six? Well made, very rugged gun but the DA trigger was so wonky I never wanted to shoot it. I like my Taurus Model 66 much more. Nah, don't miss the Ruger.

    I guess I don't have a sold gun I really regret. That's good to be able to say. Anyone want a like new 4" Colt Diamondback? KIDDING!!
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    I've only sold 3 in my life, hated them all and never looked back. Gen 1 glock 17, ruger p85 and ruger p94dc, never could get comfortable with them and therefore I never shot them.

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    Dan Wesson 15-2 .357 with 2.5, 4, and 6" barrels. Great shooter but sold while my wife and I were both in college.
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    another one i probably should of kept was a dan wesson .357 `super mag ` if not just for resale value . really accurate ,and powerful. huge pistol ----
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    Quote Originally Posted by fsimpson View Post
    my regrets are a smith & wesson `highway patrolman ` .357 and a colt ww1 (not a1) inherited from my uncle . back when i was young and broke in the early
    1970`s . got a steel frame colt `combat commander .45 and accurized composite parts target 1911a1 in return . i`ve traded off a lot of guns for others over the years , but really miss these . what have you regretted ????? ( just stock photos )
    Pretty much everything I've "rehomed", I'm well rid of.

    I somewhat regret trading away the Bulgarian milsurp Makarov a decade ago. The Star M43 I got in exchange I never did warm to, and never did carry. Objectivity, I have guns that fit the Makarov's (or Star's) role better now.

    I've put my Ishapore 2A Enfield on consignment. It's a nice gun, for a milsurp made in India. Hoping to clear enough to get a Rossi .357 lever gun. I may end up regretting that.

 

 
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