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Old January 8th, 2017, 07:29 AM   #46
 
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I'm debating you because you're wrong (and obviously uninformed).
Hey Craig, there's no debate going on here, it's turned into a circle jerk.
There is nothing I said that should have gotten you this riled up.



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Old January 8th, 2017, 08:24 AM   #47
 
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Lets agree to disagree to disagree and leave it at that.
Never quoted myself before. But it may be time to let it go before it gets out of hand.
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Cimarron is a fine outstanding company that has lifetime warranty and stands behind their six guns. Saying otherwise is foolish and uninformed. When you hear anyone hawking the excuse about Chinese metal...doesn't know JACK!

I have both and shoot both, I keep a safe full of both brands and enjoy all of them.

Don't listen to any of us, just find a dealer and hold both to get an actual feel for them.

And for the guy who thinks he knows metallurgy... take your banjo and go back under that rock Rip Van Winkle.
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And for the guy who thinks he knows metallurgy... take your banjo and go back under that rock Rip Van Winkle.
Well, I guess those commie bas-tards over in China would know metal by now though you think, after all everything they do know they stole from America.

It's all good whatever ya like. Sort of reminds me of Apple computer 2 guys in America and 30,000 Mao faithful building them and selling it to us at a price like it was made by Americans.

I have no problem with my Toyota at least it's built in Kentucky.


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Hey Craig, there's no debate going on here, it's turned into a circle jerk.
There is nothing I said that should have gotten you this riled up.
You're right, there's no debate here whatsoever. You have yet to even offer a cogent argument. I see now that you're content with just spewing baseless nonsense and have no desire or ability to engage in an actual two way discussion.

And it takes a lot more than anonymous internet blather to get me riled up.
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