I just shoot 22 at the range these days and stash what ever else I get....really
posted on 06/27/2003 3:28:11 PM PDT
Sooner or later... They will come to the door:
"You're here to register the guns I bought all those years ago? Gosh. Let's see the list...can't be many. Oh! That many, huh? Well, let me think."
"Yeah, I have this single shot .410...you wanna register it? Sure."
"I'm sorry, the Bushmaster was lost at sea. I really hated to see it go overboard when we were plinking off Sanibel Island. So it goes... No, I gave the Remington 742 to my brother a few years ago. You might wanna check with him. That Smith Model 60? I wish somebody could find it, but I think it fell through the hole in the back of the pickup four years ago...don't know for sure"
"Please feel free to come in and look around. Want a cup of coffee? By the way, who runs the local CFRO (Clinton Firearms Registration Office) anyway? They live up in...don't they? Have a nice day."
("Honey, where is the shovel? I gotta go get my old .308...")
posted on 06/27/2003 4:06:09 PM PDT
(When all else, absolutely all else fails, vote from the rooftops.)
"I just shoot 22 at the range these days and stash what ever else I get....really"
You don't need to avoid practicing with the real stuff. Just buy all you need of each caliber for the rest of your life (as if they banned it tomorrow) and simply buy to replace what you use.
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