Just a curiosity thingy
My god! It sounds like you had to sit down and take each one out and compile a list.:bow:CZ Scorpion Evo S1 SBR, AR15 11.5" SBR 5.56, AR15 12.5" SBR 6.8 SPCII, AR15 5.56 18" DMR, Rem 700 308 20" Manners stock etc. heavily modified, FAL 7.62x51, PSA AK47 Gen3, M1 Carbine, K98 Mauser, VZ24 Mauser, Enfield No4 MK2, 10-22, Marlin Glenfield Mod20, couple of old S&W revolvers 38sp and 32 Long, Rem 870 Tactical , Walther P22 and others. That was what I had BEFORE the boating accident.
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It's an unfortunate thing that happens to alot of gun owners, including myself. One day you decide to go out for the day on your boat or friends boat as the case may be, with your guns and ammo collection. It's a beautiful day, all is well until tragedy strikes, it can be different for each gun owner....hole in the boat, freak storm out of nowhere, rogue wave etc. The boat and your gun collection sinks to the bottom, you're devastated. This is not only rough on you but also for possibly any government department that would like to keep track of what firearms you have or possibly confiscate them. You being the the type of citizen that would certainly comply with anything the government comes up with, now makes it impossible to do so since they're at the bottom of some large body of water. Very sad day for all.So please tell me the inside joke of the "boating accident".