if not, it’s as good as it’s ever gonna get for selling a Glock.. if I had too. I was checking gunbroker prices for a new Glock 17.. Oh wow. .. Well everything is hot right now, so it’s no different. The store did give me a good price on the base gun price. about hundred bucks on the low side. I suppose they had some flex in the price of the “custom finish” to make the profit, because glock prices are pretty much “is what it is “ .
.. but you’re right. its wise to be ready for when the real gem comes along. those times when I’ve just blown the budget on that rare USFA, Colt, etc , etc., I just got to stay out of the gun shops, keep my eyes closed and quit looking for a while so I don’t get my feelings hurt Until the money tree sprouts something green again.
Yes.. work thinks I’m a robot. ..
wife thinks I’m a robot... Ben U finished mowing?
Ben U gonna get that install done by yourself ?
348 is the number of times I’ve asked myself “why Me?” on a per day average.
It’s very fitting.
only improvement that I’ve messed with so far on this Glock 17 is I did replace the front sight with a Trijicon night sight.
I need some help and a memory jump start please... When I was around 10 or 11 (@1962-'63) I had a really neat cap gun musket. I think it was modeled after the 1858 Springfield as there was a lot of interest in the Civil War then. It was a single shot and used the Mattel Greenies Stik-M Caps and...
I called Jim this morning and his wife Becky answered. She said HI Mike. I have some bad news. Jim passed away yesterday at a rehab facility in Phoenix. He had taken a bad fall at home down a set of stairs. Broke several ribs and other issues. He was in a local Kingman hospital and then...
On Antique's Roadshow last Monday, an "expert" was appraising this 1919 Babe Ruth Home Run Record Award. Regarding the ivory ball, here is a quote from the transcript.
"And you flip it over. This is interesting, because this is made of marine ivory, and it's most likely walrus...
Just a little friendly lounge chat
What to some of you do for work as your day job? (I would love to own my own gun shop one day, but I will keep dreaming for now)
and what made some of you begin collecting colt revolvers?
I took this 1919 vintage Remington 51 .380 home this afternoon. The shop was tired of it occupying shelf space. So, the price was right.......
The story that they threw in for free was that a G. I. carried it in Vietnam and that it “saved his life twice”. I bought the gun for its’ own sake...