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Discussion in 'General Handgun Discussion' started by PeeJay1313, Feb 13, 2020 at 8:42 AM.
Never think of it as a problem ! ...... It is a skill !!!
I like your way of thinking..
If you plan to stay where you are now PeeJay .
You may want to start thinking about a walk in gun safe .
wife picked up a shotgun our daughter won and didn't want... and texted me a photo of firearm she wants
Free guns are the best !
As a shooter, I've started making the guns I already have shoot the way they should. Rather than just moving on to the next gun, try fixing up what you already have. That might slow your gun purchases, a bit.
I want to own a few more guns no problem there but there's 2 other problems and 1 is the Minister For War,Finance and Nagging and I try to run that part as a CIA need to know thing ................................she don't need to know.
The 2nd problem is that there's a very nice .50 sitting in a shop that I reckon would be a real winner at a pissing competition BUT it's upwards of $10k and then you do need a scope that is worth sitting on it so there's probably another $3-$4k there plus reloading gear plus cases plus a cement truck to trowel in the powder and projectiles.
Bear ...... I have that same dream .
Only thing stopping me is the cost .
Can buy a lot of pizzas for that kind of money !
You are not the only one who has gone through this and I know how you feel because I have been there and back! It becomes a compulsive buying of something we really like. For me, at one time it was Music CD's when I promised myself I would only buy one a week and it became six or more a week! Then when I moved to Florida, I became an Armed Security Officer and this is when I received my CC Permit and started to buy many guns which I would buy, trade or sell and it really got out of control at one point when I realized that I was becoming addicted! It really hit me hard when my local gun store owner said to me, "You know, you are my best customer because in the first half of this year, you have spent $6,500.00 on guns"! It was a fun time but very expensive but I have changed since then and now I own only 5 firearms which I shoot at my local range!
Another NEW YEARS resolution down the drain!
Me 2, just adopted a G44.