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9 hours ago, Magiccarpetrides said:

besides rent money are you looking for any trades?

Not at the moment. I'm trying to sell about half or more of my gun collection. I just have too many bills & other interests to keep them. My wife's car was totaled when she was rear ended at a stop light by an idiot teen playing on her cell phone a few months ago so now were's down to one usable car. I'll consider any offers, but I'm mainly interested in selling. Thanks.

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1 hour ago, Fourtyfive said:

Has that teen’s insurance not got you another car yet?

No. Our car was 21 years old & had well over 200,000 miles on it so the insurance totaled it. ('97 Toyota Corolla) Ironically in the 18 years we owned the car, the only thing we ever had to replace was one starter & the timing belt. It was a great car & was running perfectly until she hit it. The girl was driving her mom's SUV & it didn't even put a scratch on hers. Our situation is now FUBAR!

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18 minutes ago, hipower said:

Go on...buy it! I would, but in a money crunch at the moment. And as the OP knows, I'm not a big Beretta fan. lol

This is a sweet pistol and getting to be a great price. Just too far away.

I’m so close my wallet is starting to float out of my pants. If it got to Nashville somehow I would have to buy it I think. Wonder if that might happen.......

9mm’s hurt people too, not just .45’s, right?

It could be legally shipped to me in-state?

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8 minutes ago, Fourtyfive said:

I’m so close my wallet is starting to float out of my pants. If it got to Nashville somehow I would have to buy it I think. Wonder if that might happen.......

I don't live anywhere near Nashville. I'm about 3 1/2 hrs NE of Nashville near the TN/KY state line. If it helps, I'm also about 1 1/2 hrs NW of Knoxville. I can include free shipping to your FFL if you want. 

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