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  1. Toxic6

    Toxic6
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  2. beavertonbuck

    beavertonbuck
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    Why the heck did he put his gun and wallet on the ground? Sounds fishy to me or at least very stupid. Hopefully this doesn't result in the guy getting a visit from said "finder" since he now has a gun and the guy's address. If I were him I would make sure my doors and windows were locked at night and have a gun on my nightstand.
     
  3. Toxic6

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    HUH...didn't even think about that (someone coming to his house with ill intent). If there was that much cash in there, the "finder" might think he's got more at home.
     
  4. RVTECH

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    Me too. I wonder though, since he already reported it as lost does this also qualify it as 'stolen'. Ok - I find a gun and try to find the owner and no one comes forward, ever. X amount of time passes and a random check by an LEO while out shooting reveals it as stolen. What happens?
     
  5. BANE

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    Fishy fishy fishy fishy.
     
  6. Toxic6

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    It is on Craigslist lol.
     

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