Originally Posted by downsouth
When you are married you are a single entity, or should be. If you are deceptive about your gun purchases I contend you will not be honest in other areas of the relationship. We discuss all major purchases and it seems to work for us.
Think about it like this, if your were in business with a partner and that partner suggest to cheat on taxes, how long will it be before he cheats you. It's called character. Jmo
You are very insightful. My exhusband lied about gun purchases and Reloading equipment. He would have no problem spending money on the things he wanted and I had to figure out how to fix things when the mortgage check bounced. I didn't get nice purses or nice shoes. I had to work over time. 70 hours a week was my norm. Which also gave him plenty of time to cheat with other women. I hope he's reading this, cuz he knows its all true.
Ironically, since I was the one with a good paying job, I didn't have money problems after we split. So, I can afford to buy any firearm I wish and I have lots of fun at the range.
He had to sell all his just to pay his bills. Karma????