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    Each and every one of us have made deals that we regret afterwards...............it doesn't mean that we're all "suckers", it means that we all like firearms and don't always make good deals.............it's a human thing.

    Next time you'll make a better deal (and there will be a next time).....................

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    The old saying here is that you never pay too much, you merely pay too soon at the price.
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    Thanks for the pick me up, folks. Glad to know I’m not alone here... lol. I did have my heart on the Walther P99AS or the Walther Creed but in the end it’s all about enjoyment of the sport. Lesson learned though. Thanks again.
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    Quote Originally Posted by amar711 View Post
    Thanks for the pick me up, folks. Glad to know I’m not alone here... lol. I did have my heart on the Walther P99AS or the Walther Creed but in the end it’s all about enjoyment of the sport. Lesson learned though. Thanks again.
    hang out a while mate, you will find great deals with the knowledge here...Then you wont need therapy

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    Quote Originally Posted by amar711 View Post
    Thanks for the pick me up, folks. Glad to know I’m not alone here... lol. I did have my heart on the Walther P99AS or the Walther Creed but in the end it’s all about enjoyment of the sport. Lesson learned though. Thanks again.
    Didn't stop my wife. Even though she has the SD9VE, she still went out and bought herself the Creed. Great pistol for the money!

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    Quote Originally Posted by amar711 View Post
    Thanks for the pick me up, folks. Glad to know I’m not alone here... lol. I did have my heart on the Walther P99AS or the Walther Creed but in the end it’s all about enjoyment of the sport. Lesson learned though. Thanks again.
    That is what it is all about, having fun shooting! After that you live, you learn, I guarantee that the folks here are a wealth of information on any question you have to put to them.
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    Must have been a pawn shop. No offense to fair-minded and fair-priced pawn shops, but I always shake my head at the usually-inflated gun prices at pawn shops, at least in my area. Most of their used handguns are marked at new-gun prices. Understand they expect to haggle, but I resent having to start the discussion at an articial price point because they think an un-educated buyer might just pay it outright.

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    sure you could have gotten more for the 357 but ... in the end you used it, played with it and enjoyed it and were ready for something new. I dont buy guns or anything else for investment I buy them to use and enjoy.

    If you will go out and play with your new gun more and have fun doing it .. no harm!

    As far as your ammo .. unless you are in a state where you cant sell it ... 38 ammo is expensive as hell if you dont reload so you should be able to sell it very easily if you price it even close to attractive. The local places here rarely have a box of 50 for less than $24

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    We all live and learn...

    But with your S&W SD9VE you're getting what I call the thinking man's (or woman's) GLOCK.

    A more ergonomic grip, reliability and accuracy for a better price point.

    I loved mine so much that a bought a second one 10 days later.

    A couple of companies offer trigger kits that (in their words improve the trigger pull).

    I prefer the factory trigger and just shoot the devil out of it.

    Lots of live fire (or dry fire for that matter) helps smooth out and improve the trigger pull as well as educates your trigger finger,
    NULLI SECUNDUS

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    The definition of a good deal is when both parties think they got the better of each other. your 9 is a good reliable gun. enjoy it. Don't look back. there was a reason you got rid of your trade. and a reason you liked the 9. You have learned a valuable lesson and the 9 will be a reminder of that lesson . WHILE YOU HAVE FUN SHOOTING IT !!!!!!
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