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Old 03-09-2009, 06:45 PM   #11
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I would have had a hard time doing the right thing in that situation.
I don't think you are the only one. An original BAR?? I don't think anyone here would have been jumping at the chance to do the "Right Thing".

Think of what that bastard would fetch on the open market??
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HOLLY CRAPOLA

after wetting myself I would have given him the 250 and then bought it for 300 from the store and hid that sucker reall good in my house.

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after wetting myself I would have given him the 250 and then bought it for 300 from the store and hid that sucker reall good in my house.
I would a.) try not to wet myself, and b.) not hide an illegal firearm. That's why my only option left would be call the atf (like the store did) or immediately turn it into a parts kit. But, man... what fun it could've been to run a few clips through it first!!!
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That's about as sad a story as watching the 1967 Shelby GT-500 get crushed in Gone In 60 Seconds. That's a fine weapon with a lot of history and probably a great military VET. Probably killed a lot of Krouts. Too bad it had to meet the torch.

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