lets put it this way....guns are suppose to be bought with spendable income.
that means after all the bills are paid.
all the savings are invested.
food on the table.
gas in the car.
clean and healthy.
if you are dipping into the areas that are for living a normal life, then you have too many guns.
if you start shooting more than working, more than doing chores, more than planning for a future, think about guns when engaged in dangerous work.....you got your priorities wrong.
i never endangered my familes well being for a gun. and, i made a very wise decision on the gun road...i now sell one before i buy one.
hope this helps.
Retired Naval Aviation
Former Member U.S. Navy Shooting Team
Contact Man for the FTF Shotgun Shoot
Last edited by bobski; 12-09-2012 at 08:17 PM.