if hes giving it to you, and you fire a few magazines without a failure, use it, it'll be fine. or, sell it and buy a 357 smith snub, if you want simple, or a glock if want more capacity.
don't overthink it.
You're gonna know repair costs, soon enough.
on a side note, out of curiosity, i just looked at LC vs LR. the LC was 5 digits cheaper new, and is 5 digits more now. like, 2-2.5x resale value. heck of a swing.
I'll sum it up.
scene: >>>> JC is on a travel sight, vehicle dependent, to be precise.
He doesn't haggle, so if he has been outside of North America, he hasn't bought anything or he's been taken to the cleaners, or never left the tourist areas. I dunnknow, maybe you've been to a London...
Hang on rowdy, how old are you? i hope 62, because you say youre 42 and thats a 30 year old craptastic chevy astro in the background. i thought you bought and sold vans and had plenty of money? what gives???
You're right man, I better back down. I Don't wanna mess with a middle aged sexyman in a onesie. You get that van, and then come get me, and my last days will be spent tied up in the back of a travel van. I've lived to long to end it that way. I'm sorry, truly sorry.
Yea. Drover in an "in" guy. He comes and goes in a 3 year cyclic rate.
Maybe, just maybe, this being a site that prides itself on the independent mindset required to travel without still being attached to 'yo ma'ma's an umbilical cord, be it either managing a catastrophic breakdown in the...
If that was a Beck, it would be worth a look. In todays classic 4x4 market I'd be leaning towards the Jimmy if its all metal, with matching numbers. It's tough to pin but that may be a straight swap. Most others arent looking at whats being asked price wise for 4x4 pop top vans that are in good...
Naw man, this a society of funless victims now, and they cant play.
I'll trade you an 89 RS Trooper, a minty 99 Disco special edition, and a gwagon....
as soon as get the disco that is.... I'm trading a m416 for that.