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Thinking of selling my Stock II - dissuade me ..


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Thanks to this forum I picked up a Stock III which I am going to use in USPSA Production.

Up to this point, I was thinking I'd use my Stock II, which is a 10mm, in Limited 10.

I've tricked it out with aluminum grips, Hennings flat trigger, sights etc etc etc.

Keep it as a fun range gun, or sell ?

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Well, speaking from past experiences with other purchases (not specific to your case), I would keep it around at least long enough to make sure you like the stock 3 better.

I'm excited about getting a stock 3 myself, but, I'm just crazy enough to want the heaviest frame possible for my 22 conversion....

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Well, speaking from past experiences with other purchases (not specific to your case), I would keep it around at least long enough to make sure you like the stock 3 better.

I'm excited about getting a stock 3 myself, but, I'm just crazy enough to want the heaviest frame possible for my 22 conversion....

^^This^^

It would be a real bummer to find out that the Stock III just wasn't what you were looking for. Then you would be buying a Stock II 2x and paying way more than you should.

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If you need the money, sell it. If your never going to shoot it, sell it. Other than those two reason, im all about keeping guns. I would also agree with the comments of making sure you like your stock 3 first before making the decision, but my first comments still hold true even if you do like the stock 3.

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