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Old December 16, 2012, 05:18 PM   #6
BarryLee
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I sort of have in my mind things that I would like to acquire and I generally purchase the item I want the most. However, I think you also have to be aware of potential changes and considering what may not be available in the future.

For instance I really want a higher end 1911, but also would like a new AR15. My finances would not allow me to purchase both, and although I really would have preferred the 1911 I went for the AR15. While some might call this panic buying I have no doubt that at least for the near future these items will be more difficult to find and more expensive.
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