semi-auto witness

Discussion in 'Gunsmithing & Restoration' started by Anonymous, Feb 16, 2005.

  1. Anonymous

    Anonymous Guest

    I was in a gunstore the other day purchasing a Ruger Mini-14 Ranch Riflle. While I was waiting on the background check, about an hour and a half, I spied what I thought looked like a deal on a semi-auto handgun like I thought I wanted. At $275, it seemed like almost a steal. I had seen the Tanfoglio Witness on Gunbroker.com and I knew it was a fairly cheap gun; I left the store with the Ruger and hoped to forget about the Witness (9mm) but I couldn't get it out of my mind. I researched the gun a little further, such as reading owners comments on handgunrewview.com and found most people were impressed with it. So needless to say, I went back and got it. I took it straight to the farm and fired about fifty rounds through it flawlessly. I liked the weight and feel of the gun and felt that I shot it more accurately than the Glock that I used to have.
     
  2. RON KONTOWSKY

    RON KONTOWSKY Active Member

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    FROM A GUNSMITH STAND POINT, YOU DID FANTASTIC!!!

    I FIND THIS TO BE ONE OF THE MOST UNDERRATED GUNS ON THE MARKET!

    ONE DAY SOMEONE WILL FIGURE OUT TO SELL IT FOR IT`S WORTH!

    ACTIONS BY R.A.K.