For most of the interview It's the same no answer banter. Until it gets to the end. Mr. Bill snaps and shows his true colors.
I guess that is it. I usually sit on my investment anyway, LOL
It also kind of like stippling a gun handle. I'd much rather put a Talon grip wrap on one for $20 (which I really like) and be able to take it off and the gun be original again if I choose to. Just...
The higher the price of the gun, the thinner the buyer group becomes You just have to be willing to sit on your investment longer
That's fine if that is what you want, but all I'm saying is that it's going to be hard to get your money back out of it if you want to resell it. I do it with 10/22's and if I were to want to resell...
Yep... My .40 P226 is my "Colorado gun" **sigh** P226 doesn't come in .45, and the P220 is only single stack.
Crazy thing is most of those were worth less than a grand May 1, 1986! Eli
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