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Old 12-09-2012, 07:02 PM   #21
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Guns are like potato chips and girlfriends. You cant have just one! Lol

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Old 12-09-2012, 07:04 PM   #22
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You can never have enough guns! In fact as time goes on if you collect wisely, it will generate more worth than cash in the years to come. I will not go into detail but just for an example over the years I have purchased of many, two rifles that confirms what I am speaking of. In 1974 I bought one for $450.00 have been offered $2100.00+ for it several times. The Second one I paid $1100.00 for in 1985. I have been offered $3200 for it more than once. You can not get that kind of return from any bank. And they do not eat anything and they just set there and become a good investment. Yes you can enjoy and shoot them if you take care of them! The others are good for if the SHTF. They will be the best barter items you could ever want! That's my rational and I am sticking to it!
Good Luck, Enjoy and keep collecting! Just advise!

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Exactly my point never enough I go after the ones I really want first then the other ones after that. Plus it's my hobby to collect guns and ammo.
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Only you can decide whether you have enough guns or not. I was told the same thing several months ago. Do you know what I did? I built an AR-15.

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Only you can decide whether you have enough guns or not. I was told the same thing several months ago. Do you know what I did? I built an AR-15.
never buy if you can build it!
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Old 12-09-2012, 08:14 PM   #26
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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.

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To answer your question-No you can never have too many guns,when you have too many you'll know

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No such thing as to many guns or to much ammo

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Exactly though I have enough for food, bills etc. So it's all good.

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It is unlikely, but possible, that there MAY be such a thing as enough guns; but there is absolutely no such thing as too many!!!
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