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Old October 7, 2012, 12:51 AM   #4
JerryM
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Join Date: April 4, 1999
Location: New Mexico
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I do not have a problem lending guns. I just make sure I know who they are, and have confidence in their ability to safely operate it.
I value my friends more than my guns, and if there is a reason they want to borrow one, that is OK.

I am more particular about hunting rifles than handguns as rifles might be dropped and scopes or stocks broken. But I have loaned hunting rifles in the past.

If I had a friend who needed to borrow a gun because his was not operating properly I would not hesitate to let him borrow mine.

I do not see it as a "No, No." Just make sure you know who and why you are loaning the gun.

Jerry
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