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Browning Hi-Power and Colt Officers model question

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by Lennyjoe, Jan 9, 2004.

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  1. Lennyjoe

    Lennyjoe Member

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    Just had a fellow worker come to me with a deal I cant pass up.

    He has a Belgium Browning Hi-power and a Colt Officers model (blue, not stainless).

    Prices are as follows:

    Browning is $320
    Colt Officers model with 3 mags for $400

    What do ya think, should I go for it????
















    THougt so :D
     
  2. Lennyjoe

    Lennyjoe Member

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    Aw heck, just realized I put this in General Handgun instead of Semi-Auto. Sorry Mods....
     
  3. Ninj500

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    You bought them both, right?
     
  4. VaughnT

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    How about foregoing with the deal so I can get in on it?












    Please?
     
  5. Checkman

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    Absolutely!
     
  6. stans

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    What's wrong with them? Must be something wrong at those prices.
     
  7. Gordon

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    The HP is a steal, the officers model is a OK deal.:D
     
  8. Lennyjoe

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    The guys dad owned them and his popps gave them to him. So he decided to sell them.

    He has alot more but I cant afford all of them

    Reminton 700 30-06 $300
    Ruger Mini 14 for $400
    S&W 29 $300
    Taurus Raging Bull 454 $300
    Beretta Cheetah .380 $250

    And so on.
     
  9. robctwo

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    Is his dad aware that he gave them away?
     
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    (kid needs a good beating)
     
  11. denfoote

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    Lenny,
    I think I brought my HP the last time we were out.
    No matter.
    The next time we hit the range, remind me and I'll bring it and we'll compare!!!! :D

    In other words, buy the HP!!! :evil:
     
  12. stans

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    $300 for a S&W model 29?????!!!!!! Wish I lived where you live and knew this guy!
     
  13. VaughnT

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    What would it take to talk him out of that Mini14 and the M29?

    Have checkbook, will mail.....
     
  14. Lennyjoe

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    Im gonna go out Monday eve and take a look at what he has. He's not big into guns. I am seriously thinking of either the Colt .45 or one of the 2 Smiths in .44 he has. If he's interested in selling them on the market I will post them and the prices on THR.

    More to follow.....
     
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