Earlier this year, I decided to jump in with a lot of my friends and grabbed an AR15, and quickly outfitted it with a quad rail, foregrip, M4 RDS and 3X magnifier. Awesome.
A month or 2 later, it seems I just had to have a handgun. After extensive research and looking around, I ended up grabbing a Walther P99 .40. That is a lot of fun and I keep it bedside now in a safe as personal defense and am trying to shoot it as much as possible to become as proficient as I can. I sold one of the rifles I inherited that I would have never used and pretty much converted it straight across.
So now I see all these prices for 9mm plummeting, and I say to myself, Wouldn't it be cool to get a 9mm as well for shooting? Of course it would!
So I sell the .38 special revolver I already had and then turn those funds into an FNP-9 which I get from a private seller for about $100 under internet prices.
While I am selling guns to get guns, I somehow get the feeling that at some point, I might eventually have a net positive firearms count in my home.
Is this normal? It is just so fun to take some guns out and fire away with some friends.
FWIW I bought 200 rounds of M1 food recently and am also very excited to try that bad boy out. . .
Edited by Mad Cow, 02 May 2011 - 06:58 PM.