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Old 01-24-2012, 05:13 AM   #1
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I lent my pretty much brand new 870 express to my cousin for a camping gun for the weekend got back a little while ago to tell me it along with his boat and his Glock 17 are at the bottom of a pretty deep damn lake...

I'm not mad really just really sad, I think I'm going to trade in my colt m4 22lr for a new shotgun of some sort...
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Old 01-24-2012, 05:21 AM   #2
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I'd be mad and not sad.
Reason? Boats don't just sink. Not without extenuating circumstances.
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Well I am a scuba diver certified and trained to 250 ft.

So this is just a minor problem that would simply require donning your scuba gear and plunging into the water.
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Who takes a shotgun camping? Unless your in Alaska,or now Idaho with those damn quarter ton wolves. I don't see the need for a gun,or a shotgun that is. Any animal around here (TN/MS) I can pretty much disperse with a stick and some goofy flailing motions or by very loudly asking it to leave.

I could see having your ccw for two legged critters. But a shotgun... on a boat? Maybe he wanted to go fishing Bubba style lol
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If I was you I would take him to trade in one of his guns to get you a new shotgun.
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You're not mad? You lent him your gun. He's responsible for it, he should replace it. Or at least pay a diver to recover it/them. A glock and a shotty are probably more expensive to replace than hiring a diver.
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It also sounds like a story one would tell if the guns had been sold under the table. I'm assuming that unclebear knows his cousin though.
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I would be pissed! I wouldn't give a damn about his boat and Glock but I would sure want to know how he intended to replace my shotgun.
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Family or not, he is responsible for replacement of your post property. If he has homeowner's insurance, that would cover it.
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No crap. What's the story?
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