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Well it depends on what state you live in. In the south, its pretty easy. You fill out a form saying that your aren't a felon (accused and convicted of high crimes) they run a background check and you're good to go. It cost me $965, although the MSRP was $1200. I got a deal. So in your language it was around 583 pounds with an MSRP of 725 pounds.

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lol yeah. you load them up, empty them out when shooting and then fill them up again. Seeing as their about $20 each, I don't think I'll just be dropping them any ole place and leaving them behind. X'D

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btw out of curiosity why did you buy a gun?

Recreational (shoting range)

or Protection

Ive never held a gun before, i would like to go a fireing range, if i ever visit the US, that would be one of my stops.

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*pizza guy writes down the wrong address, shows up at DX's door and knocks*

*door swings open from the force of the knock because it wasn't latched.. all the lights are out*

*pizza guy leans face in and says "anyone home?"*

DX: "BOOM! Headshot!"

*DX enjoys free pizza*

X'D

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I don't need a gun w/ that kind of stopping power because I would end up a murderess

I'm thinking just a 22, I'm extremely fast and accurate with it and in my small house it would be enough to put some holes in burglar without destroying my house and stop the SOB until the 5-0 shows up

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X'D I got it solely for its stopping power. I'm gonna buy some hollow points some time this week. I like 1-2 shots and you're down for the count. Someone is gonna die or be fucked up for the rest of their lives at least.

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