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Old January 30, 2001, 11:10 PM   #4
Monkeyleg
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Join Date: January 25, 2000
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Yeah, I know. I bought that 1928 in "a fit of passion," after the 1986 ban. Thinking about it after the purchase, I figured I'd paid too much. Full auto prices didn't go anywhere for years, and I started to get concerned about having a Class III weapon if they decided to really restrict "normal" guns. Had the Thompson advertised for maybe three years, and then a dealer approached me with a buyer. It seemed like a halfway decent price at the time.
I still wonder, though: what happened to cause Class III guns to take off after languishing for so long?

Dick
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