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Adding to the Toolbox

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Ok, the wife is not happy. Well sort of. She does not, in her infinite wisdom, believe that it is morally or ethically right to have a pistol, rifle, or shotgun for each and every situation under the sun. I on the other hand, think of them more as tools that have a specific purpose in life (other than just being plain fun). I mean, I've seen her beat a pair of my pliers half to death...

Unfortunately for me, she has seen the old saw about "one man with one gun" in some old book on the bookshelf and likes to throw that out there anytime I'm trying to add to my toolbox so to speak. She forgets that she no longer hunts squirrel with a Rem 1100 and now uses the scoped 597.

Someone please help me with a solid argument that yes, it is indeed proper and required to have the correct rifle, pistol or shotgun for the job at hand. Or at least tell me how you did it. And you can't steal from Gene Hill, because she's already read that too. Oh, and it'd be nice to have this before the ATF sends the stamp for the new suppressor.

Thank you all in advance for your wisdom
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I wouldn't do well in some situations. if I want something I get it. because I can and its my money. my bills are paid I have a small savings. I like guns I like ammo, I like shoes and make up and prepps and road trips. there's enough for me to support myself, be generous with my friends and kids and get a new piece or 2 or 3 every month.
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I bought some needle nose pliers. I already had a pair or two. but I didn't have pink ones.
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