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Old October 29, 2013, 08:51 PM   #26
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Join Date: April 6, 2012
Location: Tennessee
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One suggestion I would make is create a gunbroker account and look for good deals. Some sellers will open an auction at $1 with no reserve and if you time it right you can get some very good deals watching and bidding on these auctions. I have just $325 in my Kahr CW40 and $360 in my M&P45c and both were new when I purchased them. Both were also purchased within the last 4 months. I also watched a new Sig p229 go for $505 a couple days ago because I promised my fiancee I wouldn't spend over $500 on a gun.
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