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Old October 9, 2012, 08:14 PM   #68
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I don't lend my guns out, you never what might happen. They might not lock their car or they might let some kid use it and hurt themselves, not to mention possible damage. I seems like every scratch I get on my guns come from just letting friends and family use them when I'm with them. There is a scratch on the receiver of my Henry .22 from my brother-in-law. A shell didn't fully eject and out comes his jackknife and the blade slips when he starts working the shell out, gouging my receiver. I'd rather put my own scratches on my stuff!
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