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Yes, many rounds, a lot of airports, several travel cases and a couple of USPS trips. Poor thing lies in the safe weeping at being forsaken for a healthy nubile 90T.

I think she is weeping, I saw a hint of rust on the operating lever when I took my new honey out.

Would it be disloyal to send her off to the auction market, and whatever abysmal practices may await?

The possibilities are horrible......ports, glue on ribs, heavy loads, a set of (gasp!) skeet barrels, etc.

Maybe the chop saw would be more humane. I could cradle her stock tenderly while the abrasive blade separated the receiver.

What to do, what to do.

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If it's a worn out 870, donate it to a hunter's safety program so they can use it as a non-firing safe handling gun.
 

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Make a lamp out of it screw a round weight on the butt stock,run a wire up thru the barrel screw a light bulb into the choke treads and put blinders on it for a shade and convert the trigger inyo a switch.
 
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