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My Addiction, One is Just Not Enough

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Nice...I'm slowly starting to feed my addiction. Not sure the wife is happy about that though.

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Evidently one is enough. Poor wheelgun, no one to play with, all the plastic making fun of him. buy him a friend!

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Not cool to leave that one revolver by itself...

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Geeze, and my wife was worried about me wanting to buy two more guns to make 3! Rugers and Glocks are about what I will end up with too.

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Yeah, you need more wheelguns, or maybe just give that lone one to me and It will have many friends to commune with. I really like autoloader most, but I've really been appreciating a good wheel gun more and more lately. In fact, just added a nice Ruger GP 100 to the stable yesterday. The Smiths still take to spot in quantity, but the Rugers are coming on strong.

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Yeah been been thinking about some kind of LCR to balance out things , cant get rid of it my Dad carried it during WWII its a spanish SW 44 still good and tight shoot well. Need a SR1911 when they become more avalible. Then it will be time to start on long guns again, glad my wife is not on here.

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Hi my name is klamb5 and I have a collecting problem. :pleased:

Great collection

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I'm afraid to photo the long guns I may be commited or worse if my wife see both picture. She wanted to see in where I have them locked up at ( before glocks) she just walked away saying I was crazy . If she saw it not she might have commitment papers drawn up, making me more paranoid ----- need more guns. :woohoo:

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Next excuse you can use is 13 is "unlucky" and so you need at least one more.

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I also have a collecting problem...........................I want to start................................

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What is the all black ruger in the middle, says ruger in big letters on the slide?

I believe that's the new Ruger 22 pistol, the SR22.

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Have fed my needs yesterday added a Glock 17L ( thanks to blackvandriver ) , and traded the LC9 for a Glock 22 gen2.Now I'll have to redo the picture :)

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Excellent collection! Might I suggest a Ruger GP-100 with Hogue monogrips.

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Next excuse you can use is 13 is "unlucky" and so you need at least one more.

At 13, there's no point in making excuses. :x:

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