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    Quote Originally Posted by Breakaway500 View Post
    "they obviously had the brains to make that type of disposable income"

    NOT obvious..many many people inherit billions of dollars, especially as the boomers kick off.

    Ultra-High priced cars..bikes..guns etc etc etc..are all about ones personal desire overwhelming any sense of practical value....and having the bank account/credit to actually make it happen.
    And nothing wrong with that
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    No different than someone paying $800,000.00 for an original '64 Dodge F/X car. If you want it and didn't steal the money to buy it , go for it.
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    COME TAKE IT.
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    Out of curiosity I looked these up. Apparently they made 26. Blue, bright stainless, and matte stainless. They've been commanding big money for quite awhile. I wouldn't/couldn't buy one, but apparently some people will and can.
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    Some people are rich beyond belief.....$80 grand is nothing! I wouldn't spend that kind of money for a car/truck. There are plenty of people who do!!!!! A 911 Porsche goes for $160 grand. If ya' got the bucks...... Bob
    When you want the BEST! Bob

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    The buyer buys a LOT from Keystone arms but got a F on his last win as a not payer for some cheap ammo??
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    i dont think i could ever buy a semi auto for that amount of Money. a full auto then y'all talking.


 
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