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Old June 6, 2012, 02:54 AM   #7
JimmyR
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@MLeake: Also, as to the moral question, I agree that it is equally relevant, but I am less concerned in seeking the moral opinions of others. Morally, at least from my point, the gun should be checked to determine if it is stolen. If I have any control over it, I should work to that end. If the seller is willing to have it checked out, then I owe him the additional compensation for his time and trouble. If he refuses, and I agree to purchase the weapon, then I should take the gun and have it checked out, and accept any consequences. With a bill of sale, which I agree with BarryLee is definitely in the plan, I should be able to avoid any criminal charges, but I would like to make sure that I actually keep a gun I spend $300+ on, if I have the option.
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