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Old January 18, 2019, 05:21 PM   #18
stephen426
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I think for common guns, it doesn't make sense to get a duplicate. You can always get another if you want. Less common guns can be considered an investment, or insurance if your first copy gets lost, stolen, or severely damaged.

Guns like the Sig P210, Colt Python, and H&K P7M8 are great examples of "why the heck didn't I buy a few more of each". The above mentioned guns have gone through the roof, and even used versions fetch a hefty price. Some of the S&W Performance center guns have had a nice jump in value, as have some of the specialized Sigs (X-Five). I highly doubt the mass produced "plastic fantastic" guns will ever see much increase in value. The sheer number of them available makes it much easier to pick one up, even if they get discontinued.
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