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Old 08-20-2015, 06:11 PM
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The 22 Magnum one I wish I had not sold



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Of all the guns that I have owned, bought, and sold this is the one I wish I had not sold. My Winchester 9422 Magnum
http://www.winchesterguns.com/produc...04C&mid=524024

Which one do you wish you could take back ?
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Old 08-20-2015, 06:33 PM
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922M I sold for $225
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Old 08-20-2015, 06:33 PM
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Of all the guns that I have owned, bought, and sold this is the one I wish I had not sold. My Winchester 9422 Magnum
http://www.winchesterguns.com/produc...04C&mid=524024

Which one do you wish you could take back ?
My Ruger Single Six combo
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Old 08-20-2015, 06:43 PM
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I have bought and sold allot of guns... Never sold a 22 mag I regretted.


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Old 08-20-2015, 06:52 PM
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I sold my first pistol a 357 mag because I was in a 44 magnum mode well I missed it so much I bought it back by trading a browning Hi Power for it...bottom line I should have NEVER sold it in the first place...that and the other one was a Remington 722 in a 300 Savage. Fantastic rifle

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Old 08-20-2015, 07:15 PM
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I dig the 721 and 722 rifles! Nothin' wrong with them at all! Cept' maybe the ugly straight grained wood!
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Of all the guns that I have owned, bought, and sold this is the one I wish I had not sold. My Winchester 9422 Magnum
http://www.winchesterguns.com/produc...04C&mid=524024

Which one do you wish you could take back ?
i just listed that exact model of 94/22 this week.

i decided earlier this year that the stuff that doesnt go hunting is getting sold... Some of the ones i listed this year i was hesitant to sell off, since they were not replaceable, but some of them had been in the safe for a long time and didnt get touched, and in the end i am a hunter, not a collector, so the spares, duplicates, and safe queens have been getting sold off.

i will still get to see a couple of them though, a couple of fellows here are enjoying them now.

One gun i DO wish i had back was my first Ruger No 1, it was a 1-S in .45/70 , it had some smokin good wood on it.

also wish i had back a handy little Interarms Mini-Mark X mauser in 7.62x39 that i traded off...
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Old 08-21-2015, 06:02 AM
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I've never sold a .22 Magnum - too big a fan, but . . .

. . . I do have regrets of passing on purchasing a few over the years, my largest regret was a Rossi 59 for $125. The man behind me purchased it less than a minute after I put it back on the table.
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Old 08-21-2015, 06:37 AM
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I had to end up selling 2 guns that I regret selling, but health and financial issues called for them to go.

One was a Ruger 10/22 magnum, now pretty hard to find, the other was a Savage model 111 in .223 that was the most accurate rifle i have ever seen, easily shot holes barley larger than 1 round at 100 yards.
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I still want my 9422 22 Mag back. I guess I will look on Gunbroker for one because I could not find one at the last gunshow I went to. I have to be careful when looking on Gunbroker I might end up buying and HK 300 22 mag instead.
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I sold a PO Ackley built 22-250. Someone wanted it pretty bad, wish I still had. I've had several HK 22mags, probably should have kept t one of those as well.
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96 22 switch barrel, was a sweet little number.
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More than one, but the one I miss the most was a 1920 Savage bolt action, 300 savage. It had a peep sight on the cocking knob and was very quick handling.
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So far I have no regrets, but I am considering thinning the herd at a show coming up in March. A friend and I have couple tables at the show and I have my eye on about seven in my collection that may go on the block. Would like to generate some cash for a couple more revolvers - decisions - decisions. Thankfully none are my coveted 22 Mags
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Years ago, I bought a New England Firearms (NEF) Deluxe 45-70 Buffalo Rifle with walnut stock. I sold it after a few years but that was before Ohio allowed straight walled centerfire cartridges for deer hunting. Of course now they are out of business and if I was lucky enough to find a used one, it would be cost prohibitive.
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