Good Business (general discussion)

by tacon1, Monday, March 11, 2019, 15:28 (75 days ago)

The local gun shop is offering to replace all guns that folks lost in the wildfires at their cost.

Good Business

by Wylie, Other side of The Big Pond, Monday, March 11, 2019, 19:27 (74 days ago) @ tacon1

I lost a Beanfield, .300 Win. mag, walnut stock, spare barrel and barrel tube all in a hard case.:-D I assume they deliver. :-D


From a place you can't see comes a sound you won't hear
He who dares, wins

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by Bkeepr, Tuesday, March 12, 2019, 06:40 (74 days ago) @ tacon1

not trying to be funny, but I am curious: are there many guns in California?
My perception is there aren't...

I've got 30-something year old friends who moved to California about 2 years ago, chasing a research job, and they chose to leave all of their firearms with parents/relatives because they're scared of the anti-gun culture out there.

Is it really that bad, or just in the urban pockets, like here in the People's Republic of Maryland?

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by Fawteen ⌂, East Overshoe, Maine, Tuesday, March 12, 2019, 09:31 (74 days ago) @ Bkeepr

They make it as hard as they possibly can, especially in the liberal enclaves.

Tacon will have some facts I'm sure, but from the gun boards I hang out on, I get the impression that rural and especially Northern California is still pretty well populated with gun owners.

Hah! We ARE taking our country back. Suck it, Liberal Commies!

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by tacon1, Tuesday, March 12, 2019, 11:15 (74 days ago) @ Bkeepr

They say there are about four and a half million gun owners in California with about half of them owning more than one gun and about ten percent owning more than five firearms.
Now, bear in mind that is only counting owners of legal guns...lord only knows how many more there are in a state of almost 40 million people.

Fawteen is correct, the rural areas like here in northern California the percent of gun owners is much higher than in the big city liberal areas.

My original post was about a local gun shop, with the offer being to folks that lost their firearms in local fires. And with the speed those fires spread most folks just got out with what they were wearing, so a lot lost everything including firearms.

The owner of the shop is a nice guy and this is a nice offer he's made. As the subject of my post said, "Good Business" and hopefully he'll get enough additional business from this.

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