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Son's first gun.

Duke Venturino's article on "My Wife's First Gun" was an enjoyable read and I thought I'd share my son's first gun. The pristine S&W model 17-4 was a gift from the two gentlemen (and a 3rd not pictured) when my son was born. What makes this gift so special is I met these gentlemen on a Smith & Wesson forum. They had known for a while I was looking for a Model 17 to pass down to my son someday. They not only chipped in and bought it, but they made the drive down from Northern California to present it to my son Dino. This really says something about the people in our gun community--and I'm proud to be a part of it.

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Dave DiGregorio

West Hollywood, California
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Title Annotation:CROSSFIRE: LETTERS TO GUNS
Author:DiGregorio, Dave
Publication:Guns Magazine
Article Type:Letter to the editor
Date:Jun 1, 2009
Words:130
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