Here's mine: About ten years ago I swapped a three inch Colt 1889 DA .41 in great shape for a (oh boy, I hate to even type this) Remington 788 in .223 caliber. At the time I had an unlimited supply of free .223, and the one time I shot the .41 only about one out three rounds actually went off. Like so much in life, it seemed like a good idea at the time. The 788 had problems, and it soon morphed into a Mini-X Mauser in .223, which later morphed into a 1947 vintage K-22, which I still have and like, but I sure would love to have the Colt back. (I got it in the seventies for $120 from a gunshop owner who I'm sure thought was taking me to the cleaners) I'm sure no one here has been so dumb, but maybe someone is close..........