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    Default Best Handguns to Leave in your Will

    Looking for input on the best handguns to leave in a will for the next generation. They say the morning of the day you die, you wake up like any other day and live that day like any other day, but it is still the day you die.

    No, I'm not planning on checking out ANYTIME soon lol, but whenever that year, month, and day comes, I want my will to be all set. I've already started collecting a few.

    So wonder what would have the most meaning for this next, new, younger generation. What's valuable to me may be slightly meaningless to them, both in personal and financial value.

    or sell and leave whatever is popular these days, silver coins, nft's, etc

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    First come first served. I have a piece of paper in my closet, says split everything among my siblings.
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    It would have been real nice to inherit a full auto mp5

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    Glocks for your kids.......A Luger or WWII 1911 if you want to write me in.

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    No one I know would be upset receiving a late 1950s to early 1960s Colt Python.

    But the real truth is, most children would rather have a Davis derringer they shot and made memories with you than that Python they could sell for a couple grand. Go shoot with your kids. See which of your guns they gravitate to. Leave them that one.

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    I'm not real picky.

    PM me for the correct spelling of my name for your will!
    I called to check my ZIP CODE!....DY-NO-MITE!!!

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    Today's generation are most likely to have the gun destroyed that was left to them. It doesn't go with their purple hair and scrap metal junkyard faces and not to mention having guns is racist.
    Corruption is the default behavior of government officials. JPC

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    Default Re: Best Handguns to Leave in your Will

    Ive set it up this way...My wife is not really a gun person, that being said she will get first choice which will inevitably be the S&W 649 J frame which she does carry from time to time and likely the Mini 14 (she thinks the AR's are ugly ???) the two daughters (who shoot and are very good) will flip a coin and whoever wins gets first choice and alternate till they are all gone. exceptions are the youngest was born on June 6, 2007 (B-Day on D-Day) and the M1 Garand by the numbers was manufactured in early June 1944, so when she turned 7 the rifle turned 70 it was her 7th birthday present from me. Big sister,now 32 will get the Colt SP1 because its the first gun she has ever shot some 25 years ago or so, I adopted her after wedding my better half.

    As Im into my 6th decade here on Earth, I may clean out the safe a bit and treat myself to something nice like a fun midlife crisis car or truck

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    Default Re: Best Handguns to Leave in your Will

    I am leaving my wife and kid guns, silver and gold. My classic car goes to a member here in the forum. The best ones IMO to leave are S&W and Colt revolvers. Other may disagree. Preferably older ones that already hold a value. I also invest a few bucks in the odd pistols, like Life Card and Zip .22. Maybe one day these oddballs will be worth a few bucks. Guns are a great investment IMO and seldom does the value go down, unless neglected.


    Other things to leave behind in a will. And trust me it should be written down, even if it is written as an addendum. You don't need to write down every item with a lawyer when doing a will.

    GUNS, gold, silver, cars, houses, property and land.
    Aggies Coach Really ??? Take off the tin foil bro.

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    Short answer! Any that have been cared for and WORK!


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