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I think I have a gun problem
Oakie Member Posts: 39,201 ✭✭✭✭
This is why I need to start whittling down my collection a little, before I move. I still want that 256 Marlin though.
That's a good start.
I like guns and gun collections
No sense in getting rid of any of them. Just go buy another safe and fill it too. Remember the rule of man life; "he who dies with the most toys wins."
How many times have we said-Well I'll be.I forgot I had that one.
Looks like the problem is you need a place to put those papers so you can buy more handguns.
I don't see a Glock?
Not a bad collection, for a guy from Joisey. 🤔😉😂🤣👍
*I look at my modest collection, as an investment. Most of what I choose to buy is older, not available anymore, and desirable. Hence gaining in Value. I've done pretty well in that respect.
Extreme NE TN/W NC ya'll. 😁
As far as moving, the guns are small potatoes. It’s those safes that are the real problem.
Done it 13 times now. Stack-ons for me. Real safes like yours, and I could have never made it.
Only problem I see would be deciding which one to shoot
Sharing problem- Yes
I see at least one Garand, and what look like several Contender or Encore barrels, so you're priorities are pretty much in line with mine.😉
I think I see your problem. You have your safes laying on their side. If you stand them upright you could fit more in your house, then you would have more room for guns. 🔝🔝🔝
That is not a problem.
Still not enough of a problem to seek counseling.
Should have taken all that safe money and built a vault room. Me too.
I have four liberty safes. When we move, Our new house will have a gun vault, as I'm building it., well my brother in law is building it. We were actually discussing how I want it built. These safes are being sold with the house here, or being sold before I leave. Too damn heavy for me to move out of the basement, and they want 450 a safe to move them up the stairs.
Used bank vaults doors use to be cheap. Noticed I said use to.
Looks like its not a gun problem , it's just that you need another Safe or two! Nice collection!!
when I built this I made sure it was staying with the house
Lots of walnut wood and blued steel. Diggin' it.
I went and did an AR15 count the other day, am up to 7 of them. OK make that 8 as I still have a complete kit I need to assemble.
When we had a mandatory fire evacuation I too, had a problem. BTW, we were O.K., but the fire burned 100 square miles of valuable timber land.
Don't worry... the government will take them soon enough.. that pesky constitution is old and outdated.. they are here to help you.. Remember..??
nice collection Oakie
just think not that long ago we could have had them on display in glass front cases or in racks like a library with books to admire and easy access.
but those days are long gone
as for our gun safes I made sure my wife at least has the safe combinations written down one night years ago after thinking about it .
if some one or group broke in and I was not here the thought of my wife (, I am sure she would do her best and may well defend her self ) however just in case her possibly getting hurt or killed because she could not open the safes weighed heavy on me and how I would feel if such a thing happened
You're gonna need a bigger boat.
Please put my name in the hat for the giveaway!!
if it is more than you can handle Oakie, I would be glad to take as many as need be off your hands till you feel comfortable again................
Actually, a smaller boat would be the solution.
And fiery auto crashes
Some will die in hot pursuit
While sifting through my ashes
Some will fall in love with life
And drink it from a fountain
That is pouring like an avalanche
Coming down the mountain
I don't see a gun problem at all, what I see is a serious lack of storage space. Fix that, will ya. 😉
Always leave at least one weapon available for fast and quick access.
Do you keep your ARs in a separate safe?
That door you just kicked in was locked for your protection - not mine.
A man with his toys. That has a nice ring. Good for you.
That's a lot of mouths to feed.
Any Remington Rolling Blocks in there.... 🥰😍♥️❤️
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