Today I went to the gun shop where I bought my Taurus PT92 AFS 9mm. The salesman who sold me the gun asked about the gun. I told him I still have it and love it. He told me the gun had a interesting life. I told him that doesn't make me feel warm and fuzzy. He told me he won't tell me unless I ask so I informed him that once you set the hook you must reel it in. He told me he knew the guy who brought the gun in. The guy had inherited it from his brother after his brother took his life with it. The salesman didn't seem to concerned about it or any thing so I stated ones man's loss is anothers gain. As much as I hate to hear of a loss like this it really had no effect on my feelings about my purchase. Would this bother any one? I am just curious what the general consensus is for this situation. I personally feel bad about the strangers loss but I am still very happy about my purchase. what makes the situation even weirder is my girlfriend didn't really care either. Did make her curious on who it was. About a year ago a local officer killed himself after getting in a accident and was pinned in his car while it was on fire. He started to burn so he made the decision to pull the trigger. He left a beautiful wife and two children behind. I wonder if this could be his gun. Even if it is his gun, I would feel even more proud to own this pistol. Sorry for the book of a post but I was curious on how you guys would feel.