i got my .45 back

Discussion in 'Centerfire Pistols & Revolvers' started by llama.45, May 31, 2005.

  1. llama.45

    llama.45 New Member

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    yesterday i was mowing my front yard when my neighbor pulled up beside me.i while back i sold him my .45 for $400 so that i could buy my s&w 10mm.well he is known for getting into binds and needing money fast so i got my .45 back and most of the ammo that i let go with it,my custom holster and even a cleaning kit that he bought for $250.i was pleased to get it back
  2. Shooter45

    Shooter45 *Administrator* Staff Member

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    Good for you. We all need a good deal sometimes.
  3. DennyB

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    Heres a picture of my LLama .45[​IMG] :D
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    llama.45 New Member

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    thats a good lookin shootin arn u got there.
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    llama.45 New Member

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    does she shoot pretty good?mine did real good till i got it back so i was thinkin about dropin another barrel and a new recoil spring in.
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    Its shoots very good. In fact this exact gun was the one that I had my only stupid gun accident with. I was sitting in the park one day at noon in my car , and I racked it with my finger sqeezing the trigger.(Just shows you how stupid a human can be sometimes! ) :eek: Thank God I was pointing it at the floor of my car . CAUSE IT WENT BANG. I could not hear for a few minutes. And the strangest thing of all is Me and a friend looked all over that car and we NEVER found the hole or bullet.
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    llama.45 New Member

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    lol, i had the same experience with a 38 special but it blew a hole right through the roof. would u ever think of selling your llama?
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    That beavertail looks good for gouging your hand on a fast, draw, from the surrender start. I see that you lack a speed safety. I had hundres of hours with the standard safety, practicing the draw. After 5 minutes of trying a speed safety (28 years ago) I've never been without one since.
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    Ok I changed my pic host and heres an updated picture of my LLAMA 45.[​IMG]
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    you should sell it to me

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