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    Old Winchester model 37a 28 gauge, from the 70's. Nothing spectacular, belonged to my great uncle who has down syndrome. Hasn't been shot in 18 years.

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    My Colt Python, never been fired.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ringo View Post
    My Colt Python, never been fired.

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    Why would you do that? Would you buy a car, and not drive it? I could understand not shooting it much, but never at all. I'm not a big fan of wheel guns, but the Python is a nice work of art.
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    Quote Originally Posted by weekendskp View Post
    Why would you do that? Would you buy a car, and not drive it? I could understand not shooting it much, but never at all. I'm not a big fan of wheel guns, but the Python is a nice work of art.
    I agree it's a nice work of art. Believe me, it takes a lot of self control to not take it out and shoot it, but it's the one and only gun I've ever purchased that I wanted simply for the pride of ownership.
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  6. #25
    I understand ya Ringo. My pops has a whole bunch of unfired guns. Told me he just wanted them, and their value holds better not shot.

  7. Windrunner M96, 50 BMG, can't afford to take her out too often...

  8. #27
    do rifles count ? i have a rem 700 that was my dads and he got it in the late 70s, its a 308 and very acurate.

  9. #28
    ca.1951 S&W M&P (pre-model 10) Factory nickel snub barrel. It's my "Weddings and Funerals" gun.Real class act.

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    I only have one "safe queen"...my first generation (Blackhawk frame) Ruger Vaquero, 4 5/8 barrel, .45 LC, blued with "case-hardened" frame. Bought it in June, '94, and have put exactly 6 rounds (1 complete cylinder) through it. (I had to make sure it would actually shoot, right?)

    A good friend of mine finally bought his dream gun this summer...a new genuine Colt SAA in 44.40 with a 7" barrel. (Over $2 grand and it took him several months to find one.)

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    Quote Originally Posted by towboater View Post
    I understand ya Ringo. My pops has a whole bunch of unfired guns. Told me he just wanted them, and their value holds better not shot.
    Wine was made for drinkin', cigars were made for smokin', and guns were made for shootin'

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