New guns, the hard way

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    Quote Originally Posted by searcher 45 View Post
    This is my feeling also, I wished I had my father guns but they are gone due family member who did not value them.
    I specified that my son (also my executor) is to get everything firearms related. My other two are hardly "anti's" (one going with me to the range today, and the other is a M-60 gunner in Afghanistan), but it's my son's reward for doing all the executor BS when my time comes. The other two were consulted and agreed. One less worry...
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    Lost my Dad to cancer 9 years ago,I inherited his model 87A 22 rifle,he wasn't much of a gun guy and sold his 12 gauge many years ago when he quit hunting,I think Vietnam had something to do with it
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    A great way to remember your Dad my friend.
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    Sorry to hear about your Dad, PointnClick.

    Those rifles are definitely keepers.

    I inherited my Dad's 1924 Stephens 22. It's still in the original leather sleeve.

    It stays in the gun safe and some day I'll pass it on to my son, who was named after my Dad's Dad.
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