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Anyone else here get their June issue of American Rifleman...

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by sidheshooter, May 23, 2010.

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  1. sidheshooter

    sidheshooter Member

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    And start slobbering over J. M. Browning's personal 1910 .45? There's a lot of interest in that little 200-word short take, IMO!
     
  2. wombat13

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    Yes, it sure looks like a nice gun, but I'd rather have the $1 million.
     
  3. Alchymist

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    Yep - $1,000,000 would buy a lot of guns 'n' ammo, with plenty left over! :what:
     
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    A million bucks is pocket change to the ultra rich.

    At least we can look, even though we can't buy.
     
  5. GunsAreGood

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    Yes I found that little article if you could call it one very interesting. I found myself staring at that page longer than anything in the whole magazine.
     
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    I actually have a copy of a photograph by Ichiro Nagata of that gun in an antique frame hanging over my bench. Everyone who comes into my shop sees it and asks "what is that?" American Handgunner did a write up on it some years back. Every time I look at it I have to smile.
     
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