A pretty funny Gunbroker listing


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Maelstrom
September 3, 2008, 07:50 AM
Description for Item # 109057182


This is a BRAND NEW SMITH & WESSON INC Model 442 Airweight Revolver Smith & Wesson 5 Round 38 Special w/2" Barrel/Blue Finish/Round Butt When you need a lightweight carry revolver, you turn to Smith & Wessonssmall frame airweight series. This is a cool gun. These are not going to last long at this price. You won't find a better price then this anywhere. Must be shipped to a FFL dealer. Call me or email me with questions. 501-944-2924 banyansfirearms@hotmail.com CHECK OUT OUR WEBSITE at banyansfirearms.com They are the original aluminum, small framerevolvers that have become the first choice for those who insist on an allsteel small frame revolver with greater recoil and proven performance. SPECIFICATIONS:Mfg Item Num: 162810 Category: FIREARMS - HANDGUNS Type :RevolverAction :Double Action OnlyCaliber :38 SpecialBarrel Length :1 7/8"Capacity :5 rdSafety :No Manual SafetyGrips :SyntheticSights :Black Blade (Front); Fixed (Rear)Weight :15 ozFinish :Blue



Sooooooo. Who among us were buying this aluminum revolver because we actually wanted a steel frame revolver but we just HAD to have that extra recoil?

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kevindsingleton
September 3, 2008, 07:59 AM
There's a fortune to be made in proofreading internet ads. Where do I sign up? ;)

Bob F.
September 3, 2008, 08:13 AM
Internet ads nothing! Our local newspaper could use a proofreader! Preferably one that can spell!

I think I'll order one of those all-steel aluminum guns!

Bob

romma
September 3, 2008, 08:22 AM
.32 Jennings pistol for sale. For those that just feel the need that explosive power in their hands.... :uhoh:

And they will feel it!

Jim Watson
September 3, 2008, 08:25 AM
I dunno, there are a lot of people who seem to buy guns for the kick and the blast.
I don't know how else to explain the popularity of cheap commie and nazi surplus guns instead of mild, accurate .22s.

Lashlarue
September 3, 2008, 09:14 AM
Want to know how to spot a newbie with a 629 or most any 44mag pistol at the range. He'll be the one with blood pouring out of the gash in his forehead. Since I've seen it more than once, I assume it's a common occurrance!One was my beloved son in law, who grabbed a plastic baggie of my hot loaded 44 mags that were marked in big block letters, for use in the 1894s only, and loaded them in my Uberti.Only shot one but he shot it one handed....

bdickens
September 3, 2008, 09:27 AM
:eek: Hot loaded .44 Magnum?!?!

Borch
September 3, 2008, 09:39 AM
DELETE. Sorry wrong thread.

Maelstrom
September 3, 2008, 07:56 PM
I'll bump this once for the evening guys.

Schmidlin
September 3, 2008, 09:27 PM
And another way to tell who those people are who haev the newest gun is they are talking all sorts of **** while they walk up to the range line.....blah blah blah. Comparing every piece on the line like they got a pair.

They pull their new gun out and it about hits the floor cause he wasn't holding it correctly at all...or he bought the wrong ammo

You should ask him if he would give a discount because of the frame metal mix up...i mean its gotta be a factory issue and youd have to send it back to get a gender adjustment, its steel or aluminum

ColinthePilot
September 3, 2008, 09:56 PM
There's a fortune to be made in proofreading internet ads. Where do I sign up?

When you find out, let me know.

scrat
September 3, 2008, 09:58 PM
nice one very nice. next they will be making them out of wood

zxcvbob
September 3, 2008, 10:11 PM
I like a lot of recoil in a heavy gun. (7.5" Blackhawk, etc) The more the better. But those little airweights are probably too "snappy" for me, even with .38 Specials. I haven't tried one yet, but I have no real desire to either.

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