My Great Uncle

Discussion in 'General Firearm Discussion' started by FortunateSon, May 11, 2012.

  1. FortunateSon

    FortunateSon
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    parallax and (deleted member) like this.
  2. Jamie6.5

    Jamie6.5
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    Sounds like you may need to change your NWFA member name.

    We will be dubbing you "FortunateNephew" if things work out!

    Good luck.
     
  3. parallax

    parallax
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    LOL, funny..!!.. but seriously, if anybody knew this guy, would be great if we could find an heir for his estate, as i would hate to see the government destroy such a fine collection.
     
  4. mjbskwim

    mjbskwim
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    Yeah ,sure
    I'm sure they wouldn't end up in someone else's collection.
    Yeah,they'll do the right thing

    Just watched the video.
    Those will become the personal weapons of the Springfield PD officers.One for each of ya
     
  5. Mark W.

    Mark W.
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    If he's your great uncle then you are a next of kin! pretty simple. Granted your dad and siblings would be ahead of your in the line. But there are relatives they just haven't found you. Go tell them who you are. Pretty simple.
     
  6. Tbucket

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    I think he was joking on the great uncle part.
     
  7. FortunateSon

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    Joking, yes. Cool that you took me seriously, though.............
     
  8. sneakboxer

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    Did you notice the "bomb squad" was used to remove the gun powder? Heck, the UPS man just brought 10lbs to my door the other day. I think the bomb squad was a little much, don't you?

    This reminds me i need a will so the state does not get any of my stuff. I hope his firearms make it to someone that will enjoy them and not a crusher.
     
  9. PuddleMonkey

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    "A bomb squad also removed several hundred pounds of gunpowder from the house."



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  10. PDXSparky

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    Now if they'd like to sell any of those, I'm sure they'd have no trouble finding buyers, me included.
     

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