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Colt 1903 in either 32 or 380. Not safe to carry as if dropped may go boom. Still something tells me I should own one.


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Not coming up with much that I haven't done, I guess because I want one is practical enough.


I'd like a SAA or clone just for twirling. Big Grin


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Nighthawk 2011 9mm for $4,100!!! I love that thing, but it's completely out of the question.

Wilson EDC X9. I don't even want to mess with a SAO. I'm old, and just want to stick with what I know (striker, DA/SA), but this pistol calls to me.

BHP 9mm...so much history, but I don't need one. Overpriced now and out of production.

Norinco 1911 .45. I like everything about it, but have no need at all!
 
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For some inexplicable reason, I really want a Beretta 3032 Tomcat Inox. I just think it looks cool. I think the tip-up barrel is cool. The lines of the little bitty gun are beautiful. I don’t need it at all, I just want it. Hmmm...


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Mateba Model 6 Unica

Because Togusa


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Glock 21 RTF. I wanted it just because.


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I really want a 3” Colt Python, blued. Have no reason to want something so expensive.


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P7M13, Nickel of course. Hans Gruber Style.
 
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7.62mm Crusader
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Forever I have wanted but lived without a S&W Model 29 with 10 5/8" barrel for long range shooting. I still have dreams about a Model 25 with 8 3/8" barrel as I've not fired a single round of 45 Colt in my lifetime. As for self loaders, a Hammerli 208 and the elusive Sig P240 in .32 S&W Long. Cant think of why I love those models so, I just know I would be pleased to have them.
 
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Are you familiar with the STI 2011 line? Wink Yeah, something out of that is what I want, but have no need.

Second place, the high end Dan Wesson line.

I want a S&W .460, but that has some uses in my world.
 
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I wanted and did purchase a Ruger Alaskan in 454 Casull. I have no practical application for it other than the big boom and flash at the range.

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Funny, I want the Ruger Alaskan in .480 Ruger. Got no need. Hell, I've got a 4 inch 629 I dont need. But I want one.



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Han shot first,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Smile


Please add me to this list Wink


Me too. SigForum Group Buy ? Big Grin





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You guys should give in to the C96s milk chocolatey goodness. It's actually a really cool gun and you can shoot it with the shoulder stock. I'd not trade mine except for a red 9.
 
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If I go Broomhandle, I want the Schnellfeuerpistole.


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Upper Peninsula: 4 Miles
 
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Desert Eagle in .50AE
 
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My single-action revolver was purely for fun.



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Miami Vice Bren Ten or at this point Vltor copy.
 
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i always liked the S&W N-frames, and since I have multiple .45's I wanted a model 625 for years. Last year i bought one and a bunch of moon clips and it sits in my safe. I know i will never use it just wanted it.
 
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4" SS Python (satin finish) and a S&W 645 w/wood grip panels.

No reason for either one, but man would I like to own both.
 
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