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Thats right. I am oh so very pissed. I was winning bidder on a Colt Python 6" blued and the auction ended while I was in school. Not that I'm surprised to have lost the auction, what burns me is that I lost by a mere $5. Had I been able to watch the auction I might have won. At least I still have some nice Python grips on the way.
 

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Congratulations! I just send Tusker a MO for his beautiful stag Python grips yesterday and now I need to find a gun to put them on. I think I'll cry myself to sleep tonight. Time to save more money while the overtime is abundant and look for a nice Python at a fair price in the meantime.

I'm going to build an AR-15 first though. CheaperThanDirt has near complete Colt M-16 upper assemblies with the triangular forearm. I've always liked the older forends and hated the new round ones. I'll start there and finish it sometime next year.
 

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I found another one I want more this morning. An 8" blued version with 5 days to go. The other five bidders weren't even near the reserve price so I may actually win this one.

I do want that Colt M-16 upper too though. Hopefully my incentive check comes tomorrow.
 

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I'm currently bidding on another Python with a much higher price. I will win this one. The auction ends an hour after my class ends so I can watch patiently as it ends. I've also picked up 15 hours of overtime this weekend to fund the extra expense. Hopefully I have deeper pockets than anyone else watching.

I ordered the M-16 upper assembly for the AR15 today too. That will be a fun project.
 
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