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    I already know Im getting a gun, or gun related stuff. So make me suggestions. I usually get around $400-500 back.

    If I got some stuff for my AR it would be a .22 conversion, and the Troy BUIS that I have been drooling over.

    Or I could get an M1 Garand, a Glock, or a Springfield XDm, and Ive been thinking about getting a MAC10 before they are illegal.

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    Why a Glock? If you don't mind my asking.

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    Because they work.

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    Fair enough, but they've always felt kind of cheap in my hands.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Anonymous D View Post
    Springfield XDm
    This would be my pick, I'm thinking about picking up an XDm or an XD40 when I get my tax return. I had an XD9 with a 15 rd. magazine that I enjoyed very greatly because of the comfort factor and decent accuracy for a 4" barrel. They're really pretty great guns.
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    Get the .22 conversion.

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    Quote Originally Posted by djwolford View Post
    This would be my pick, I'm thinking about picking up an XDm or an XD40 when I get my tax return. I had an XD9 with a 15 rd. magazine that I enjoyed very greatly because of the comfort factor and decent accuracy for a 4" barrel. They're really pretty great guns.
    If I get an XD, it will be a 9, and Ill get the hicap 19 round mags.

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    Get an Enfield No. 2 Mk 1 revolver

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    80lb bow.

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    I want to get something myself. I should get about $8k back, but will likely just pay off bills and replace the flooring in the house. But, you never know, I still stand to make about $3000 when I move my household goods.

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    Right now the vintage market is soft since everybody is buying up guns that are likely to be banned. EBRs do not interest me in the least so I see it as an opportunity to snag some good deals on some classic revolvers. I have been wanting a vintage 3 1/2 inch S&W M27-2 or older, they used to be an $800 gun, but can easily be had for 5-600 in today's market.
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    Go with an MPA MAC clone before they're banned. .22 kits can come later.

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    Quote Originally Posted by smith357 View Post
    Right now the vintage market is soft since everybody is buying up guns that are likely to be banned. EBRs do not interest me in the least so I see it as an opportunity to snag some good deals on some classic revolvers. I have been wanting a vintage 3 1/2 inch S&W M27-2 or older, they used to be an $800 gun, but can easily be had for 5-600 in today's market.
    Get an EBR> They are fun as hell. Most fun Ive ever had with a gun.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Anonymous D View Post
    Get an EBR> They are fun as hell. Most fun Ive ever had with a gun.
    I have had many EBRs in the past, they just don't yank my crank anymore. I find the hunt for classic specimens in excellent condition to be just as much fun or more fun than actually shooting them.

    Though I want to make it plain that even though they might not interest me, everyone should have the opportunity to own EBRs for themselves. I fully support your right to have all the EBRs you want.
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    Shockingly, I've seen proposals that would classify even the venerable Garand as an "assault weapon" so if you've got a hankering for that model, now might not be a bad time to snatch one up. If you're more interested in an investment than something to keep for yourself, I'd suggest anything that looks scary. Depending on your return, maybe a Barret or Armalite .50BMG.

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