Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by GE-Mini-Gun, Jun 7, 2021.
My grandparents raised me and made the mistake of not doing this. I was one of many grandchildren with and 13 aunts and uncles. A half sister and I were the only ones raised by my grandparents, but I was never legally adopted by them. I was still in high school when they both passed, so I was not old enough to have any legal claims to the guns that I grew up hunting with and taking care of, or any other heirloom for that matter. To make a long story short, after my aunts and uncles got done fighting over everything, I did not end up with a single one of my granddad's guns and almost lost my own model 94 to an evil and unscrupulous aunt. I had to remove it from the gun cabinet and take it to a friend's house until I got a place of my own.
We never know when our last breath is, but my advice is to either sell them, give them away, or make sure you at least have it legally documented who is supposed to have what when you are gone.
Even if I never intended to shoot it again, I can't sell it; anti-gunners dislike it and think I shouldn't have it, so I have to keep it.
I have others I wouldn't sell for double the price I paid for them.
I have others the price would have to be right for me to.
The owner tried to talk me into selling some of my guns.
He was shocked to find out how many I had, even though he was the one that sold a fair percentage of them to me.
I'm still not interested in selling - their value is still going up faster than inflation and they are still fun to shoot.
back woods, SHTF, etc. I have money, so selling them is not going to happen unless
I lose my money.
I also have 46 vintage US Flags, from 35 - 49 stars (many duplicate star counts of
different sizes and configurations) and I can't bring myself to sell any of them, even
though most of them are stored away.
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