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M&P Comes Home To Papa

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by Scorpiusdeus, Jan 3, 2008.

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  1. Scorpiusdeus

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    I had purchased an M&P and soon agreed to sell it to facilitate another deal before I shot it. The new owner, a buddy of mine let me shoot it right after we did the paper work. I was heart broken. The M&P was a tack driver. Well, today I got it back. He decided to buy a Glock so I am the once again, proud owner of and M&P .40 S&W
     
  2. The Lone Haranguer

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    This gun may well hold the record for the most circuitous route to its owner in history.
     
  3. jdc1244

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    Unlike your friend you have better taste. :D;)

    Well done and congrats.
     
  4. Mortech

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    And if ya ever sell it again I'm gonna smack ya . We'll over look this momentary lost of coherent thought once . On a more serious note , isn't grand you can get back a firearm that you didn't realized you loved until you sold it ??
     
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    I think the issue here is that he bought it, never shot it, then sold it. Man, that's just wrong.:mad: I can understand selling one after you shoot it and decide you don't like it. I really hope you've learned a valuable lesson here. Enjoy your M&P40:D
     
  6. tydephan

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    Absence makes the heart grow fonder. :D
     
  7. Scorpiusdeus

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    Well, the whole story is very confusing, but it all worked out in the end.

    I traded the M&P prior to actually shooting it ONLY because it was part of a larger deal to get a Sig P226ST into my other friends hands at a more reasonable price. He didn't own a semi auto so I was on a mission.

    In the end one friend has the P226ST he love, I have my M&P back, and my other buddy, who I sold the M&P to now owns a Glock he shoots very well.
     
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    All is well that ends well. :D

    It's national cliche day. ;)
     
  9. possum

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    congrats, glad you got it back. got any pics.
     
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