I have a couple of Freedom Arms revolvers that will last long enough for my grandkids to pass to their kids one day.
of the more than 100 I have accumulated, I have created three lists (I have 3 children); A, B and C. Upon departing this earth, the three of my kids shall draw a letter and get the corresponding pile of guns. Then as each sees fit, they will trade or keep or sell or whatever, I will hopefully be among the angels eating grapes and drinking wine as I frolic in the clouds above.
Single Six 22Lr/22mag Ruger 5.5"
Mod 60 SW 3"
FN/Browning Hi Power.
My WWI 1913 Colt 1911
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I've built each of my grandkids an AR15, and I've got a few rimfire rifles for them to learn on. As far as heirloom quality, I have a few that I'll split between them as the years go by. Mostly old double barrel shotguns, but a few nice Browning rifles too.
My son doesn't get anything, he's a drug addict and I refuse to give him guns to watch him sell them to support his habit. My daughter and her husband can play with them til the boys get old enough, but they'll go to the boys.
If I were buying anything for the purpose of handing them down, it would probably be Smith and Wesson revolvers. Just because they were what I cut my pistol shooting teeth on.
Here's to the sunny slopes of long ago.
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