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Old June 30, 2013, 05:05 PM   #84
Horseless Trooper
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Join Date: February 20, 2008
Location: Northern N.Y.
Posts: 186
If I had the rarest, most valuable handgun in the world in mint unfired condition with box and papers I would , judging from past experience, drop it on concrete, breaking the grips and scarring the finish, bugger a couple of screw heads taking it apart and then stow the box somewhere damp and discover the mold and mildew sometime after the point of no return. Then I would show it to one of those people with the caustic to everything sweat and not notice until their prints were permanently etched into the finish. I can turn collectable into shooter grade in a heartbeat. That's why I buy pre abused guns, it saves me time, money and effort.
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