Had mine already. Sold it a year or so ago. Unfortunately, the intersection of "I want it" and "I can have it" came before the realization that even a "grail gun" is just a gun, with all the strong points and weak points inherent in its design and execution. Nice gun, but I doubt if I would buy it back again if it was offered to me for what I sold it for.
At last I have found myself a gun to desire, that is just out of reach.I have recently become aware of the S&W Hand Ejector model in .44 Special. Specifically, the 1950 Military Model. While I can not justify a purchase right away... I need to get one of these before I die.Go ahead and post pictures of your grail guns.
Okaaay... But what was it?
Do we forget that cops were primarily still using 6 Shot Revolvers well through the mid 80's? It wasn't until after 1986 that most departments then relented and went to autos. Capacity wasn't really an issue then... and honestly really it's not even an issue now.
Agreed, you can't give us all that build up with out so much as a manufacturer name .
Ohio Ordnance BAR 1818a3. I'd really like an older select fire but I'm not selling a kidney anytime soon. http://www.ohioordnanceworks.com/rifles/semi-auto/oow-line/1918a3/1918a3-slr-walnut-stock
Between the 92A1 and the AR becoming what I wanted it to be from the beginning (she's at the 'smith's now, but their worklist was looong), I'm pretty much set. The only other things that I actually want are the three I'll inherit, and I'm happy to wait for them.The lever .357 is more of a "Hey, cool.." idea. So is the CX4.
Unfortunately, I cannot bring myself to apply this logic to my guitar collection...
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