This is a discussion on Hawken .54 Caliber Cap Lock: Should I feel GUILTY? within the General Firearm Discussion forums, part of the Related Topics category; Originally Posted by gasmitty Reminds me of the soon-to-be ex-wife selling her husband's Ferrarri for $500... Originally Posted by Hiram25 Sounds like she's really doing ...
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I appreciate the thoughts from ya'll. No need for an attorney unless somebody comes a 'knockin. I'll just deal with that then. If they do, I'll just use my wife's pet phrase......."So this isn't about the alcohol or the tobacco, eh?". I won't be doing much with it for an extended period anyway.Rock and Glock you might check with an attorney as to your legal liability.
Reminds me of the spouse that threw a $27 lamp, broken by the soon-to-be-Ex, away. The Ex whined about it in a court filing and the Judge pointedly ignored the whine.
And to answer the 45 cent question, I don't feel guilty.
Last edited by Rock and Glock; October 4th, 2010 at 10:56 AM.
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Yes, you should feel terrible! I'll help you out by giving you $100.00 for it. And that is my final offer!!!
Im almost CRYING..I want one so bad but cant spend $300+ right now...even the wife (who is not a gun person) would let me do that deal..but why would i get a deal like that lol..WORST LUCK EVER right here...look no further lol) And ive been thinking of getting into muzzle loading ever since my kid thought it looked cool :).
I have one that I built in Flint - same as yours but, not percussion. It's a nice rifle.