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Thread: Found Rifle On East Fork of Chulitna

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    Default Found Rifle On East Fork of Chulitna

    Looks like some one fliped their raft and lost their gun. A pretty nice one before it spent some time in a river bank. If you tell me the Serial Number I'll return it to you.

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    Honest question. Do most people keep track of their serial numbers on rifles? I know I don't.


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    I do. They are insured undertaken homeowners policy so I keep track.

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    I started after I found this gun.

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    Quote Originally Posted by quest32a View Post
    Honest question. Do most people keep track of their serial numbers on rifles? I know I don't.
    Heck yeah. I keep record of every firearm I currently own, or have owned.
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    Quote Originally Posted by quest32a View Post
    Honest question. Do most people keep track of their serial numbers on rifles? I know I don't.


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    Firearms and a few other things like furs and jewelry are not always covered under a standard home owners policy. So you buy a rider policy to cover those personal items. Thusly, a list with make, model, and serial numbers comes into play.

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    Quote Originally Posted by iofthetaiga View Post
    Heck yeah. I keep record of every firearm I currently own, or have owned.
    I do the same.

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    I don't generally discuss what guns I may or may not own, on any online forum. No tinfoil hat here, just being cautious.
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    I served on grand jury a few years ago. We heard many cases every day for 3 weeks. Just about every theft case was recovered / solved because the owner had serial numbers on their property. This included guns, jewelery, power tools, ipods, etc. Also...a majority of the time the property was sold to a pawn shop.

    After that I made a list of everything valuable that I own with a serial number on it. This is stored electronically and in our safe deposit box.

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    Filthydog, I would like to send you a PM, but the forum won't let me. Can you shoot me an e-mail at arcticrazorback@gmail.com ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michael Strahan View Post
    I don't generally discuss what guns I may or may not own, on any online forum. No tinfoil hat here, just being cautious.
    Guns? What are you talking about? I don't own any guns. Are you kidding? We kill every thing with our bare hands around here.

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