posted on Jan, 26 2013 @ 12:18 AM
reply to post by soulshn
Times have changed in just a couple short months and it'll be four years before serious chances come again for a change back to what it was. You may
very well not get another chance. However, you have to ask yourself things only you can answer.
Do you have other weapons that can serve the same purpose? (Is it necessary or simply desired?)
Do you foresee a real NEED for it? (I.E. outside of 'revolution' or 'civil war'....like animal control or high crime issues?)
Do you need that money for something critical like making mortgage or is it just a desire to cash the profit margin?
On the later? I wouldn't sell if I were sitting comfortable on money and it was just a profit margin cash out. They're only going to become more
valuable as time goes on and more states like New York outlaw them to one degree or another ...Federal action aside.
The Feds will do it if they can and if 2014 gives Obama a clear deck on Congress being all Dem? Well, you'll see the ban come as almost it's first
order of business in the new session, I'd be willing to bet.
Now....if revolt, unrest or civil war happens? Well... I think back to the words of the crusty old Master Sergeant in 'We were soldiers...'. When
Gibson's character asked him if he was sure he didn't want an M-16, his reply was 'If it comes to that, there will be plenty of them laying
around'. Indeed... I imagine there will be, too.
I'd never ..ever...give it up if it's your only good rifle though. No price is enough to be unarmed entirely for the uncertain future we're