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The Frugal Expert Fewer Guns, More Expertise
« on: April 12, 2016, 10:38:59 AM »
There has been a saying, "Beware of the man with one gun..." for a long time and there is probably a long grain of truth in it.  For my part, my ownership of guns coincides with my love of doing reviews about them.  Unfortunately, I do not have a sponsor like Hickock45 and others where I can simply request a gun to try out and return it.  Sometimes, I am able to acquire a firearm from my local range, of which I am a member, but that doesn't mean that I get to spend an inordinate amount of time with it - any impressions that I get from the firearm has to be noted while at the range.  As with normal people, I may notice something about a particular firearm that had not been noticed before and that can only come from handling the firearm over a period of time.

With that said, I have considered paring what firearms I do have down to a few "acceptable" firearms. With that said, I can also select from among them which are to be the selected and regard those that remain as "investments" of sort.

The linked article is about a person who decided to rid himself of all but "essential" firearms.  That would be a hard row for me to hoe.
The fact that the GOVERNMENT would even consider removing the natural right to bear arms is the very reason why the 2nd Amendment was written.