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    Quote Originally Posted by Valjean View Post
    You put all of your guns in a boat and lost them in that experience? Wow.
    I totally get his point because all guns I had were lost in a massive fire.
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    Never have traded or sold a gun of mine. If a new one is desired and/or an old one is not used, it simply finds a place in one of the vaults to rest in along with the new one.
    Wounds of the flesh a surgeon's skill may heal but wounded honour is only cured with steel.

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    guns I miss... Rossi 20 Ga. Double, 18.5" bbls. T/C with .357 and 22 bbls. Guns I don't miss- a cheapo .380 can't remember the brand ( it sold under multiple names) and a Charter Bulldog 44 Sp., a Colt Chief Special ( the last two kicked like a mule)

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    I still have every gun I've ever bought (and that's a lot) with one exception. A Thompson Center .375 JDJ. It was just too much gun for me. It bloodied my good friend's nose, it jumped completely outta my son's hands and did a 720 in the air, but he caught it before it hit the ground and another friend fired it from a crouching position and it pushed him over backwards. It's aptly called a Hand Cannon.
    If'n it ain't broke, then it don't need fixin'

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    No longer owned;
    French 49/56 in 308
    Spanish CETME
    Chinese MAK90
    Saiga 308
    Persian Mauser
    K98k
    No.V Mk.1 Enfield
    And more.
    Thinking back, I had a fairly good selection of MilSurps. Unfortunately they all had to go at the time of sale. All are worth a lot more now than at the time I sold them, so I'll probably not be able to replace them all. I have replace a few of the MilSurp pistols.
    Last edited by CJS3; 02-19-2020 at 08:13 AM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Colon Terminus View Post
    I still have every gun I've ever bought (and that's a lot) with one exception. A Thompson Center .375 JDJ. It was just too much gun for me. It bloodied my good friend's nose, it jumped completely outta my son's hands and did a 720 in the air, but he caught it before it hit the ground and another friend fired it from a crouching position and it pushed him over backwards. It's aptly called a Hand Cannon.
    I can relate to that. I had a TC 444 Marlin. I had to keep a few grip screws on hand because the recoil kept bending them. Like you, it also bloodied a friend of mine's forehead.
    It is gone now, too.
    2nd Amendment Patriot.

 

 
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