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Thank you David. When all my smart friends say, "Don't do that" it behooves me not to do that! 🤠

Now I need to let my buddy down gentle. I'm not going to talk about value or condition or belittle his gun. I'm just going to say that I'm afraid I would regret giving up the rifle so I better not to do it.

The I Ching, or Book of Changes, is an intuitive decision-making system. Complexed. A simpler way of helping you decide what to do it to flip a coin. Heads I do this and tails I do that. When the coin is spinning in the air you will have a hint of how you want it to land. When it lands, you will have a bit of a feeling if you are happy with it or not. You don't do what the coin said, you do what the coin helped you feel you wanted to do. I believe you are making the correct decision. An an aside, the S&W K-22/Model 17 is a better revolver and half the money.
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