Author and host of the hit OUTDOOR CHANNEL show SHOOTING GALLERY spouts off...
You're gonna need a bigger boat... errr garbage can I mean.
In all seriousness, can you throw away a gun? That is, what happens to a gun that reaches the end of its live?
Hopefully you can turn it in at a gun buy-back program for some sneakers--dmd
Overload, a gun has outlived it's usefulness after say 200 to 500 rounds...any more than that and you are on borrowed time. I have a firearm disposal group in place so if you or your friends have some of these dangerous old firearms I'll dispose of them for free...just send them to my FFL and pay for the transfer.
You should mention...I operate a local arms disposal service here in Ohio.I offer to come to your home and safely remove any weapons you are wanting out of your house.I have had exactly ONE client, so far.For this post, I choose to remain anonymous, too (2)
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