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On Wednesday, March 7, 2018 at 9:41:28 PM UTC-6, Eric Ramon wrote:
> On Wednesday, March 7, 2018 at 6:22:42 PM UTC-8, michael anderson wrote:
> > 
> > except if you love guns...I dont have many now because I just dont have the time and have other
interests. I'd love to have a collection of of 80-110 like some people I know...but you have to
cultivate that
> yeah...ok....look, I like guitars a lot but 5 is plenty.

but guns are a little smaller and easier to store than guitars....and there are plenty of people
with tons and tons of guitars.  

the few people I know give me shit for only having 7 guns...its abnormal. there is one guy who used
to be in our practice and he had the most I've ever known someone to have.  200+. He is now retired.
He'd get 5 or so a year but once inherited a large collection(70+)