Is there such a thing as having too many guns?
Believe it or not, there might just be.
If you're an avid gun collector like I am, I'm sure you know by now that collecting guns can be an expensive hobby, and frankly, guns (and the ammo that goes with them) can take up a lot of room!
If your wife isn't willing to give up her shoe closet for extra gun storage space, there's only one other solution…
You'll have to sell a gun or two, or more.
I know, I know — it's painful to think about. But the fact is, not all guns were created equal. Believe it or not, there are some you can live without.
Which ones are they? Click here to find out.
Like many of us, The Late Boy Scout is a man of great passion when it comes to firearms. His wildly popular YouTube channel is a testament to that fact. Every Monday he uploads informative and involved videos helping to educate other firearms enthusiasts and most importantly, share his deep love of everything weaponry.
A self-professed ‘gun guy’, this Internet celebrity has confessed to owning a wide variety of firearms. He obsesses over them – looking for them, purchasing them, utilizing them, upgrading them, and more often than not, trading them away.
What would make such a collector sell? For a man with such obvious respect for firearms, what would qualities would a gun have to have for him to toss it to the side?
Recently, the Late Boy Scout posted a video detailing his top five guns to get rid of and why he made the decision to do so. The results were more than a little shocking.
Of course, this is just one man's opinion. Everyone has a different firearm collection and different needs.
However, these tips are great just to help you get an idea of what to consider when choosing which guns to get rid of.
- Top 5 Guns for When The Man Comes
- Choosing the Best Guns and Ammo for your Arsenal
- Women Are Buying More Guns Than Ever
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Editor’s Note: This post was originally published on March 30, 2015, and has been updated for quality and relevancy.