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My Grandpa gave me a gun is it legally mine??? Oklahoma

Discussion in 'Help Forum' started by Ashlie, Dec 10, 2017.

  1. CHenry

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    Shady because its a family heirloom and he wants to pawn it for maybe $100 to help him get by.
    I bet I could walk out the door right now and earn me about $300 before dark with a leaf rake and some hefty bags. And the same ol ladies that would pay me to rake leaves would pay me to walk their dog for an hour. There's money out there, might have to break a sweat but...
    Yep, shady.
     
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    You might just have something there! I'm going to go out with rake in hand and make me some quick cash while I think about it...I could use an extra couple hundred myself ya know. Be back in awhile after I collect my money and my thoughts.
     
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    The movie Deuce Bigolow American Gigolo is the CHenry biography.
     
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    $10 but thats negotiable.

    Dont hate the great
     
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    I wish the person luck. and hope the information was enough for a good decision to be made on pawning Grandpa's gift.
     
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    Hey Ashlie... I’ll buy off ya...for real
     
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    Ashlie has not returned to our friendly forum since asking this question on the 11th of Dec 2017.
     
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    Shady indeed...
     
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    I once pawned my SW 637 to get some money before payday after I bailed my who family out with my entire savings. Paid $440 for the gun new, pawned for $300. Got it back later that month. Now, it wasn't a gift from my Grandad or anything, but sure did give me the the extra clams I needed at the time.

    Honestly, though, I'd say to not pawn it unless you fully intend on getting it back. Don't be a prick by selling your Grandpa's gift, especially to a pawnshop for well below what it's worth. Pick up a shovel and get to work or something. There's plenty of everyday people who have dirty jobs they would rather pay somebody else to do.
     

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