Tuesday, September 27, 2011

Notes from the gun shop...

Well, yesterday was a busy day. Although we only did 6 background checks we sold a lot of stuff. Hunting season(s) are almost here. The big push starts Saturday with archery and people will be, and have been, out and about preparing. This is good. We are still buying guns though. Some of those are some pretty good specimens, some not so much.

The boss man does have a blued 156 series 2-3/4" Ruger Speed-Six for sale. These are really nice guns. I was considering it but I think I have enough .38 and .357 Magnum snub guns. There isn't any box, but the gun is clean and tight with not much wear and the original wood stocks.

Also, we had a Ruger 10/22 in a unique configuration. Not quite the current Deluxe Sporter configuration, but almost, this one was a limited edition for one of the big distributors and has a more rounded forearm tip than the deluxe sporter. Nice gun with metal trigger housing.

We were actually so busy we didn't have much time for talking! Great day.

PS - I forgot to mention that I did get to handle a Chiappa Rhino revolver. The grip actually feels good in my hand. The gun seems to be correctly timed. It comes with a holster because you're never going to find one otherwise.

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