Okay, I been storaging alot of my stuff. My room's been basically overloaded, stacked to the brim with STUFF. I shoved out 35 years of G&A, Shooting Times, Guns,etc. About 1,500 pounds of magazines, I've saved all my scope boxes+receipts, I packaged up a huge tub of mil-surp AK pouches and slings,etc.
Material to home-make some AK mag rigs, surplus other stuff and.....just...wow...
I'm a packrat to the third degree. Anyway, I got to looking at some of my stuff and I am truly un-decided on a few things.
I've got stuff for guns I've sold and am keeping "just in case" I ever get another one..... 9 Mini-14 magazines, Mini-14 folding stock, 24 FAL magazines, 8 PSL magazines+pouches, + SVD stock set for a PSL, those are the most "noticable" and easily decided items.
Well I'm just thinking a little bit on stuff and am wanting your opinions.
#1. I'm thinking I'll hang onto the stuff....mainly because....if I ever rebought it, I'll pay more than I am gonna get right now.
That said.....This next year I've got to drastically cut back on my normal spending....almost to the point of......zero spending.
Which is a shocker considering that I've (foolishly...well...sorta
) spent the last 3 years blowing almost all of my disposable
income on scopes, guns and ammunition.
I mean some stuff, like the Mini-14 magazines, they're not gonna bring much, alot of Mini's around here, no need selling.
But some stuff, like the FAL magazines......I've got a M14 for .308, I'm pretty much all AK's for shorter-range....I'll probably not get another FAL
I've got loads of surplus 7.62, and I could probably trade out the magazines for a 7.62 Ishapore Enfield that I'm wanting.
PSL magazines? I might actually get another PSL at some point, PSL magazines are running about $50 for the like-new ones. I should keep them....maybe? Or sell em for $50 and just go to a Vepr IF..I ever did get anothe 54R?
I dunno. Just wonderin' y'alls opinions. I didn't realize how much stuff I have for guns I no longer have, and hadn't really thought about when I couldn't afford stuff on a long-term basis