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Down to only three handguns.

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    Re: Down to only three handguns.

    I think my state caps prop tax @ 3 or 5% each year, maybe other states should do something similar?

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    Quote Originally Posted by dben002 View Post
    I would suggest moving to a state where property taxes are much lower and then buy MORE guns............
    You stole my thunder! I echo this statement - move if you can!
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    WOW! I'd feel almost naked if I only had 3 handguns.

    You'd best prepare. After last Tuesday it's going to get a lot worse.

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    Yep. Hang on. We haven't even begun to see the bottom yet.

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    My farm taxes tripled last year.
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    Hi, I had to sell the majority of my gun collection to pay off this house.

    Was a huge sacrifice, but I'm glad we made the decision.

    Guns are tools, and are readily quick money if times get hard.

    Just hurts to see some of them go.

    I tend to be liking the small guns these days..mostly in .357 and .357 SIG, and am trying to build
    up slowly again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AKsrule View Post
    Unless both properties PRODUCE income you might be better off taking a small LOSS and selling one............
    I have one on the market right now for less than half of what I payed for it.
    Have Fun and Shoot Straight !!

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    Sorry to hear about you having to sell your guns to raise money. Aren't NH's property taxes so high because they don't have sales tax on goods? State has to raise revenue somehow. I live just across the border in Maine, and my property taxes were more than half of what you listed, but I also have to pay 5% tax on almost everything I buy.

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    I don't believe I have ever SOLD a gun. I have fired all my handguns in the last few months. I try to take a different one (plus my EDC) to the range on each trip. Last week I took one of each caliber.

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    I've made an agreement with myself to NEVER sell a gun, unless I'm totally financially desperate and have no other choice. Especially now. Guns will do nothing but go up in value. Having said that, to the OP, the 3 guns you have left are nice guns. Hang on to them and don't let them go unless there's no other way.
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    I am down to two, and reasonably content. I have a Ruger SR9c for IWB carry, and a Walther PPQ for OWB carry (open at work, under a jacket after). Having two is fine, if they're the right two.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HandgunWorld View Post
    I've made an agreement with myself to NEVER sell a gun, unless I'm totally financially desperate and have no other choice. Especially now. Guns will do nothing but go up in value. Having said that, to the OP, the 3 guns you have left are nice guns. Hang on to them and don't let them go unless there's no other way.
    Well now I am down to my Glock and Kel-Tec. I just made a deal to sell my Colt. Some times you just got to do what you got to do. Maybe when things turn around I replace what I have had to sell.
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    Down to only three handguns.

    How is the Kel Tec the one you are sticking with you like it that much? Have heard misty negative reviews any input

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    We here in Wisconsin can relate to high property taxes even with value's down. errggghh. Looking for a tax friendly state (warm) to move to as soon as my wife retires. I am ok with owning three carry guns. I have others but just misc guns that we inherited or ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Diggy22 View Post
    How is the Kel Tec the one you are sticking with you like it that much? Have heard misty negative reviews any input
    I have had the Kel-Tec for around 7 years and it is my BUG. I would not get much money for it and I need it as my BUG.
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