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Old 11-28-2012, 01:01 AM   #31
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You all need to stop ^^THIS^^ nonsence...the OP may just become one of my re-supply points and I will need his guns and ammo to be in working order.

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Old 11-28-2012, 01:27 AM   #32
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You all need to stop ^^THIS^^ nonsence...the OP may just become one of my re-supply points and I will need his guns and ammo to be in working order.

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Actually it was just a passing thought about thermite shells. I have put way more thought into other theads that got 0 response. You just never know what will trip the ftf trigger. Ha
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Old 11-28-2012, 01:40 AM   #33
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Actually it was just a passing thought about thermite shells. I have put way more thought into other theads that got 0 response. You just never know what will trip the ftf trigger. Ha
+1, I know what you mean. FWIW, I tend to agree with the people sayin' that after you're gone, does it really matter?
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Old 11-28-2012, 01:49 AM   #34
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When I go on vacation my guns get to visit the relatives. Yet I always take firing pins out, bolt assemblies, breach plugs(muzzle loader) and cylinders. Most of my guns are always " deactivated", except personal protection of course.

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When I go on vacation my guns get to visit the relatives. Yet I always take firing pins out, bolt assemblies, breach plugs(muzzle loader) and cylinders. Most of my guns are always " deactivated", except personal protection of course.
Why? Do you bring them just to show, and not to shoot? If not, you know they make gun locks and locking cases, right?
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Maybe you misunderstood, when I go out of state my guns go to my parents. I remove essential parts to disable them so I have the assurance that there is no possible way my nieces or nephews could hurt themselves. Gun locks can be broken & are expensive. This maybe ridiculous to some, but let's me sleep better.

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Not going to fault you for being extra safe with firearms!

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Oh, OK. Yup, I misunderstood. All of the guns I've bought recently come with locks. I'd rather they keep the lock and take $10 off the price of the gun.

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Oh, OK. Yup, I misunderstood. All of the guns I've bought recently come with locks. I'd rather they keep the lock and take $10 off the price of the gun.
Federal law. They have to come with trigger locks. Don't think you'll get money back
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Yeah, I know. I'll eventually just give them away.
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