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    Gunsatcost.com

    I just bought a NEW XD for $426.87
    That is the cheapest I have ever found a new one for.

    I am sorry if this has been posted already.

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    KnightSG7 wrote:
    Gunsatcost.com

    I just bought a NEW XD for $426.87
    That is the cheapest I have ever found a new one for.

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    Nice what caliber/model did you go with? I bought my XD45 Compact last year for $500 OTD. It was the cheapest I could find at the time.

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    KnightSG7 wrote:
    Gunsatcost.com

    I just bought a NEW XD for $426.87
    That is the cheapest I have ever found a new one for.

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    :celebrateYaaa!!! Congratulations

    You been to the range to shoot it yet?

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    I ended up getting the XD9 4".

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    And no , LEO, it is awaiting monday so it can be shipped to my FFL.

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    Congratulations on your new acquisition!!
    Bob Owens @ Bearing Arms (paraphrased): "These people aren't against violence; they're very much in favor of violence. They're against armed resistance."

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    I just recently ordered a S&W model 40 . It's the j frame with the grip safety. The only revolver they make without the nasty hole drilled in the sideplate . A while back, I wrote them saying that if they make a traditional revolver with a blued finish, and no idiot lock, I would buy it.

    Got to be true to my word

    Take a look at this, and tell me it ain't a beautiful gun: http://www.smith-wesson.com/wcsstore...0205_large.jpg

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    dixiehacker wrote:
    I just recently ordered a S&W model 40 . It's the j frame with the grip safety. The only revolver they make without the nasty hole drilled in the sideplate . A while back, I wrote them saying that if they make a traditional revolver with a blued finish, and no idiot lock, I would buy it.

    Got to be true to my word

    Take a look at this, and tell me it ain't a beautiful gun: http://www.smith-wesson.com/wcsstore...0205_large.jpg
    Wow -- amazing how much that revolver looks to be just a short barrel version of my S&W .38 special 1909 2nd Change. It is pretty.
    Bob Owens @ Bearing Arms (paraphrased): "These people aren't against violence; they're very much in favor of violence. They're against armed resistance."

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    deepdiver wrote:
    dixiehacker wrote:
    I just recently ordered a S&W model 40 . It's the j frame with the grip safety. The only revolver they make without the nasty hole drilled in the sideplate . A while back, I wrote them saying that if they make a traditional revolver with a blued finish, and no idiot lock, I would buy it.

    Got to be true to my word

    Take a look at this, and tell me it ain't a beautiful gun: http://www.smith-wesson.com/wcsstore...0205_large.jpg
    Wow -- amazing how much that revolver looks to be just a short barrel version of my S&W .38 special 1909 2nd Change. It is pretty.
    Not a bad looking little revolver DH
    It must be the day for deals. My wife decided I should quit cqrrying my little Dan wesson 44 (Bottom)
    So she got me an early fathers day Magnum Research BFR


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    peter nap wrote:
    deepdiver wrote:
    dixiehacker wrote:
    I just recently ordered a S&W model 40 .* It's the j frame with the grip safety.* The only revolver they make without the nasty hole drilled in the sideplate .* A while back, I wrote them saying that if they make a traditional revolver with a blued finish, and no idiot lock, I would buy it.

    Got to be true to my word

    Take a look at this, and tell me it ain't a beautiful gun: http://www.smith-wesson.com/wcsstore...0205_large.jpg
    Wow -- amazing how much that revolver looks to be just a short barrel version of my S&W .38 special 1909 2nd Change.* It is pretty.
    Not a bad looking little revolver DH
    It must be the day for deals. My wife decided I should quit cqrrying my little Dan wesson 44 (Bottom)
    So she got me an early fathers day Magnum Research BFR
    Wow, if you carry a BFR, you are much more of a man than myself. I picked one of those up at a gun store, and it felt heavier than my Marlin 1895!

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    dixiehacker wrote:
    peter nap wrote:
    deepdiver wrote:
    dixiehacker wrote:
    I just recently ordered a S&W model 40 . It's the j frame with the grip safety. The only revolver they make without the nasty hole drilled in the sideplate . A while back, I wrote them saying that if they make a traditional revolver with a blued finish, and no idiot lock, I would buy it.

    Got to be true to my word

    Take a look at this, and tell me it ain't a beautiful gun: http://www.smith-wesson.com/wcsstore...0205_large.jpg
    Wow -- amazing how much that revolver looks to be just a short barrel version of my S&W .38 special 1909 2nd Change. It is pretty.
    Not a bad looking little revolver DH
    It must be the day for deals. My wife decided I should quit cqrrying my little Dan wesson 44 (Bottom)
    So she got me an early fathers day Magnum Research BFR
    Wow, if you carry a BFR, you are much more of a man than myself. I picked one of those up at a gun store, and it felt heavier than my Marlin 1895!
    I keep my guide gun in the truck for serious work!
    I did break down and buy a shouldre holster for the BFR. I have enough trouble with plumbers butt with the DW.

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    This is the same guy that ownes this website.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U6Lk-nuld0g

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