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Why You Should Return the (wrong) Gun You Got for Christmas
Submitted by: Rob Morse
Website: slowfacts.wordpress.com

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Christmas is coming. Our friends mean well, but lots of Christmas gifts don’t fit. I have several sweaters that are the wrong color and wrong size. Like a sweater, your firearm has to fit you, so don’t be shy about returning the firearm you received for Christmas if it isn’t the right one for you. A firearm is as personal as a pair of shoes. Finding the right pair is hard to do. We can be partially to blame.

People often give us the gun they wish we needed, rather than the gun that best fits our needs today. We do that to ourselves as well. We tell ourselves we’ll grow into that pistol.. someday. Fortunately, there are enough choices out there that we can probably find something what suits us today.

Where should we start?
 

Comment by: laker1 (12/14/2016)
No need to return it. Good guns are an investment and an equity storage at the very least. They have no expiration date. They can and do appreciate over time as new gun prices increase. They store easily with little care. In addition a gun can save your life. Compare these facts to anything else you own in your house or garage.
 

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