Good to know that those guns will get to feel the burn of a bullet sizzling down their pipes. No reason you can't use them and keep them in like new condition. I guess if you only bought them for an investment and for eye candy they'd best be left unfired.
I had several "collectors"...all but one got to see some use, and I regret not seeing what that ole' girl had in her. Ive usually gotten top dollar out of my resale's, most of the times the buyer is surprised when I tell him they have been shot, or hunted with.
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