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My traded Glock

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by Cactus Jack Arizona, Oct 26, 2012.

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  1. Cactus Jack Arizona

    Cactus Jack Arizona Member

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    As unbelievable as this is, my Glock that I had traded away, has returned to me. I traded it to a friend of mine for cash and one of his firearms. We both thought it was a fair trade. However, he began to experience remorse over the firearm he traded me. Since I didn't want my friend to be unhappy, I traded back. So, long story short, my gussied up Glock has returned home and sits again in my gun safe.

    Since then, I took it back out to the range for another 130 rounds. My groups have tightened up a bit, but it still isn't my Hi Power. :p Not real sure if I will continue to keep it, but I decided that I should take it to the range a few more times to see if I can't improve my accuracy with it.
     
  2. labhound

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    Your friend has a good friend! :) I've found the more I shoot a gun the better I get with it. Keep shooting the Glock! ;)
     
  3. Cactus Jack Arizona

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    He offered the cash and firearm in trade for my Glock. However, I got the feeling that even then he wasn't all that excited over the trade. I asked him several times if he was sure he wanted to make the trade and he'd say, "well, I guess so". It came as no surprise to me that he wanted to trade back. No biggie. The only down side to it is that I didn't even get to shoot the gun he traded.
     
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