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Old 10-05-2010, 04:46 PM   #41
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Originally Posted by Laufer View Post
For example, do you rescue the most expensive or most unique, difficult to replace? Let's exclude photos, clothes or pets from this gun topic, to make it easier.

Other than the old Savage .22, have a Mini 30, SKS, two MN 44s (very inaccurate) and now a LE "Jungle Carbine".
The Mini was the most expensive and both semis are in excellent condition, but the LE is certainly the most unique and fairly accurate, whereas the two MNs don't begin to compare (at only 50 yards...).

Which type in your group would be saved first, even if they are all insured?
I save the box of receipts of purchase so insurance can pay for all of them.
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All mine were 5 feet from the bedroom window it would of taken only a few seconds to throw them out back of the house, but alas I lost them all in the FTF boating accadent.
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