Okay--I'm sure some of you will be glad I'm not posting a poll with this one--that way I won't leave out the important stuff. I see alot of posts, ads, suggestions, for sale pistols, etc.......where the seller, or main informant will tell that the stated firearm has seen xxxx number of rounds through it. Would that be in city miles, or highway miles? LOL!
How do folks actually keep track of how many rounds for any of their owned (or previously owned) firearms? I mean, is it an educated guess? Do you really keep records on paper for each and every firearm that you own?
When I see an ad in the local newspaper for a pistol or such and it states "fired only a few times", "less than 500 rounds", "LNIB-shot only a few times", "pistol has seen less than xxx", etc...etc....
I fired a total of 150 rounds through my new G19 tonight. I'm never going to let it leave to go anywhere. Am I supposed to remember this in my mind for say the next couple months while my others see range time? Then go back and recollect how many before and add for after? If estimated---how close can one guess? Be it far from my mind that any individual, interested in selling their previously owned firearm would tell anything but the truth!
So--without further ado----how closely can I estimate the information given? I can surely tell a used and abused (not cared for) firearm, but if I had to travel afar for something of interest-----how do YOU look into the horse's mouth?