Is it legal for a pawn shop to shoot pawned rifles?
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Did they at least clean them afterwards?
If It Were Easy, They Would Not Call It Work, And Everyone Would Do It
charge them a rental fee. good luck
You don't have to remember the truth
Hopefully they weren't used in a hold-up
"It is better to be too skeptical then too credulous"
I don't think so. They have every right to make sure the item they bought works as described.
How did you determine they shot them?
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I wonder if the boss at that shop is aware, or if it was just some employee.
Dead Bears, the only good kind.
Is there not a difference between "pawned", and "sold to"? If pawned, they don't really own it, no? Not until you let the agreed upon time frame pass, and they now own it. I'd bitch to the owner.