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    PATRIOT indyjohn's Avatar

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    Thanks to johntheplinker for reminding me

    Remington 700 PSS in .308, AI AICS, Leopold Mark 4 6.5-20x50mm.



    This one doesn't piss me off as much as the M1-D, but it's close.
    "A people that values its privileges above its principles soon loses both."
    - Dwight D. Eisenhower

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    I wish I hadn't sold my mdl 19 S&W or my SA 1911 enhanced, or my Marlin 1894, or my Marlin 1895, or my 20g 1100, or my Ithaca 51, or my S&W 66, or my Ruger 77 .338, or my Mini 14, or any of three 870s, or my Colt HBAR, There are others but these I do miss, especially the 66 and the 51.

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    Quote Originally Posted by indyjohn View Post
    Thanks to johntheplinker for reminding me

    Remington 700 PSS in .308, AI AICS, Leopold Mark 4 6.5-20x50mm.



    This one doesn't piss me off as much as the M1-D, but it's close.
    Do you still have the HS Precision stock?
    "Too much agreement kills a chat." ~Eldridge Cleaver

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    Spanish M1893 Mauser. All original, unaltered, 1894 dated, matching numbers throughout, almost certainly captured during the Spanish-American War, and had the most amazing tiger-striped stock. I sold it because I found an 1896 dated one that has a stronger crest on the chamber and better bluing, but it doesn't have the tiger-striped stock. Wish I had kept them both.

    INGO - too small for a republic, too large for an insane asylum.

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    I wish I had the 2.75" Ruger Security-Six back that I once had...traded it for who knows what, realized it a few days later,
    couldn't get into the FFL until a week later, and he had sold it that morning!
    Wife wishes she'd never sold her Beretta Cheetah 84 in .380...it was her first gun and she still likes it best!
    Stupid should hurt!!! ~ Amishman44

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    I wish I'd held on to my Colt Double Eagle in .45 ACP.
    It was the Officers ACP version of the Double Eagle so it had a 3.5 inch slide on a full size frame, which is just stupid. But none the less I wish I still had the gun. It was extremely accurate.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Clay Pigeon View Post
    Do you still have the HS Precision stock?
    Nope. Sold the whole rig (including peep sight setup) in 2004 for about half of what I had into it. I know the stock by itself today would be worth big bucks.
    "A people that values its privileges above its principles soon loses both."
    - Dwight D. Eisenhower

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    I've sold a few firearms that I ended up regretting and ended up replacing a short time later. So far the only firearm that I've ever sold and been unable to replace is a Rasheed. The Rasheed is a scaled down version of the Ljungman and Hakim designed to fire 7.62x39. The reason that I regret selling it is that they are pretty rare with only about 8,000 produced.

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    40 years ago I had a Mossberg 243 in excellent condition. It has a full length Mannlicher stock & a flat "butterknife" bolt handle. Never even shot it, but it was unique. Never saw another like it.

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    HK 93
    Smith 586 4in. barrel
    IMI Full Auto Uzi, it was a bolt gun

    Those are the 3 that I can think of that I wish I had back.

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