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    So I am having trouble deciding.
    I have an offer to "buy" a Remington 700 7mm OR a Browning 9mm semi auto handgun.
    Here is the thing, I can have either one for $350 but I can't have both. So I am thinking, which one is going to be the most fun, or most useful.

    Essentially a friend owes me 350 and is going to trade me one instead.

    The 700 has had 100 buck trigger mod done to give it a 3lb pull, and comes with scope rings.
    The browning is stock.
    Both are immaculate shape.

    I want to see what all you guys think before I decide. I could use either one. But does anyone have experience with one or the other?

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    Oh yeah, And happy Turkey day...
    except you Euros...
    You haven't killed enough Indians to celebrate.

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    • #3
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      browning. Next thing is can you own that gun in cali?
      that sounds like a good idea trooper.
      -Vulcan

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        that 700 is a great hunting rifle if that is what you want to use it for! Specially if you use ballistic tipped rounds! :-) But, the Dem's might try to make handguns harder to get here soon as well... so, both have their good sides, but no bad sides :-)
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          Yeah Im thinking the browning might go up in value in the near future... looking at our 3 branches.

          Both are legal in cali, but the browning has never been reg and would most likely stay that way.

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            Originally posted by OdinOne View Post
            Yeah Im thinking the browning might go up in value in the near future... looking at our 3 branches.

            Both are legal in cali, but the browning has never been reg and would most likely stay that way.

            browning it is. :)
            that sounds like a good idea trooper.
            -Vulcan

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