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the cost of guns

Robb and Les on measuring costs in terms of guns they could buy. Well, I spend a Marlin Model XT-22RZ .22LR in groceries a week.

5 Responses to “the cost of guns”

  1. martywd Says:

    So Unc, is the reason you highlight the ‘XT-22RZ’ because it fits your ‘cost of groceries’ narrative?   Or.   Do you actually own or would like to own that particular gun?

  2. SayUncle Says:

    It was close to the cost and i don’t have one.

    I spend the cost of a Mosin on gas in a week. Don’t have one of those either.

  3. dustydog Says:

    It occurs to me:
    A used never-been-fired marlin goes for half the buying price. Second hand un-opend groceries devalue more (most people wouldn’t think about buying second hand food).

    Any situation that would cause groceries to retain their value would likewise cause guns to retain their value.

  4. RobertM Says:

    I spent a Glock 19 going to the Lucky Gunner shoot. It was worth it.

  5. Old NFO Says:

    Interesting perspective… And I REALLY don’t even want to think about it, cause I’ll go in the corner and cry!

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