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Even thou I am new to this form, I been involved with guns since mid 70sas a kid in east Texas.I am proud of my guns and so are everyone here. i did notice something that perhaps no one has . Lot of guys post the guns they have . neat but I think a bad idea. When I went to the NRA instructor school.it was suggested to never tell any one how many guns firearms etc you might own, tell them more then one less then 100 etc. You never kn0ow who might be reading this form folks who might come and take what you have and they have the court behind them they have no fear of you or your guns . you know those guys. Just my 2cents m98
 

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Problem is, they don't know who I am... Sure, the gov't could track my IP, but...
 

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This argument comes up all the time... it's a personal decision. I'm not going to think less of you if you choose not to list, or choose to edit serial numbers out of pictures, or what have you. But when it comes to me, this is my personal opinion: I will do my darnedest not to let myself fear the government, because in this country the government should fear the people. As for people who might try to rob me, I guard my actual location pretty tightly, and besides - one of the reasons to own these guns is to protect myself from people who would steal from me.

An armed society is a polite society because a gun is a good reminder that you should respect your fellow man. The more people who are armed, the more serious and respectful we will grow to be as a society - you don't pick a random fight with the man carrying a .357 unless you've lost your mind.
 

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Problem is, they don't know who I am... Sure, the gov't could track my IP, but...
thats what proxies are for
 
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