Whose buying Guns/Fun Stuff with their tax return?????

Whose buying Guns/Fun Stuff with their tax return?????

This is a discussion on Whose buying Guns/Fun Stuff with their tax return????? within the General Firearm Discussion forums, part of the Related Topics category; I just filed mine, getting a nice little chunk-of-change....... don't know what im getting yet.....anybody getting something cool with your tax money?????...

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    Whose buying Guns/Fun Stuff with their tax return?????

    I just filed mine, getting a nice little chunk-of-change.......

    don't know what im getting yet.....anybody getting something cool with your tax money?????


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    Ammo, got a sweet deal on some .223 for my M4, comes out to 31cent per round
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    I'm thinking definitely new safe time. I may also grab a G35 and .357SIG barrel if a decent deal presents itself. Lots of other stuff on my wish list but I'll sit back and wait for good deals. Most of the fun is the hunt.

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    on second thought, i might stock up on ammo............

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    I pay IN every year and feel comforted that I am buying guns and ammo for a bunch of brave guys and gals over in _________ fill in the blank. Let's hope they are getting what they need.

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    I'm afraid this year, we've made to much, so my return will be just enough to cover my families medical coverage. Anything left over will buy a few boxes of ammo of course though, got the weapons, need the ammo though.
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    Walther P22 for my children and a safe.

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    This year we ought to get a REFUND : )==Ammo or a .22 auto long gun
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    I got a semi new car, which I needed since my Jeep is killing me on gas. I am thinking about going looking today, a few guys have caught my eye, but I also like having a bit of money in the savings, whichI do not have too often. Edit to add, I may just buy some ammo for my .38
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    Might snag up a new AR. Maybe a 1911. Hopefully be able to put it towards a new pickup! WOO!
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    Had to pay again this year. They already took almost 25% of my paycheck and came back for another slice.

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    Not me. I still owe, even with my STIMULUS money factored in. Uncle Sam can buy a new M4 for a troop or Marine with what I'm sending in. The State got me too.

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    If they see fit to send me back some of my blood money, it will probably go toward ammo. Nine months ahead for Steel Challenge. Minimum round count 150 (x2) per match, at least one match per month, I'm guessing 3000+ rounds would be something I'd feel comfortable with right now.

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    I am getting a nice about back, but I have an engagment ring, Wedding band, and Cancun honey moon to pay for. I recommend to all out there to have a small amount EXTRA taken out of each paycheck to compensate. It has guaranteed that I get a nice check back at the end of every year. I have 40.00 extra per paycheck taken out , and have averaged about 2300 a year for the last three years.
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