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Old November 23, 2012, 09:03 AM   #1
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Ever sell a gun because you dont re-load it?

I have a dilemma. I have a Five-seveN pistol and I really like the gun but I have no interest in reloading the 5.7x28mm round. From what I've read the round is pretty difficult and labor intensive to work up. Therefore the gun sits in my safe and I rarely ever shoot it. In fact every time I go shoot it I end up only going through one mag because 60cents per round is alot for a pistol.

Have you guys ever sold a gun for similar reasons? Since I started reloading I only buy what I can reload and when I have to BUY ammo it drives me nuts because It's so expensive compared to my reloads. I've gotten to the point where I dont enjoy shooting it anymore and thats a shame because its a great gun and fun to shoot, I easily hit soda cans at 80yds.

I know I'm asking a rhetorical question but I feel guilty about wanting to sell it and I'm thinking I'll have sellers remorse.

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