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Layway Help?

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by pablo45, Oct 17, 2007.

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Layway help

Poll closed Oct 16, 2008.
  1. Beretta Cx4

    2 vote(s)
    22.2%
  2. Beretta 92fs ss

    2 vote(s)
    22.2%
  3. Heckler and Koch USP ss

    5 vote(s)
    55.6%
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  1. pablo45

    pablo45 Member

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    So, I have a few guns on layway right and now. I know I should of just got one but every time I went in there was something else I wanted. So I only have a few months on these so I thought I would get some of your help and ask what your opinions where of which one I should get out first.
    The first one is a Beretta Cx4 storm 9mm carbine with a rail system on the top and a few 10 round mag's. I still owe about 560.00 on.
    Second is a Beretta 92fs 9mm with a stainless slide and barrel. It has a 2-15 round mag's. I owe 570.00 on.
    Next is a Heckler and Koch USP stainless full size 9mm with 5-10 round mag's. I just put that one on layway today. I went to pay on one of my other ones and saw another guy looking at it. As soon as he put it down I ask the counter guy to get me a layway form before the other guy could ask or negotiate. I know I shouldn't of but I saw it and fell in love. On that one i owe 570.00.
    So what would you take out of layway first? Thanks for the replies
     
  2. ugaarguy

    ugaarguy Moderator Staff Member

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    Get the one you've had on layaway longest paid off first.
     
  3. possum

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    i would get the cx4, i loved those things when i first saw them in magzines and on the internet and even more so when i talked my dad into buying one, really so i could get the experience of shooting it, they are neat little guns and alot of fun accurate enough for close up work, even out to 50 yds it did good.
     
  4. CajunBass

    CajunBass Member

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    Seems logical to me.
     
  5. cpttango30

    cpttango30 Member

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    How do you do it? I can not buy a gun and leave it at the store. I just can't do it.

    I will save until I can go buy it and walk out. I guess it is that instant gratification thing.
     
  6. bannockburn

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    Reminds me of my first job when I worked at a large department store that had a sporting goods section in it. I always volunteered to check in the long guns, as that way I had the first selection of whatever came in. I put a lot of guns on layaway, but I always did it one at a time; paying one off, then putting another one in. Still if they let you do it, why not? At least you know what your saving for.
     
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