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Discussion in 'Tennessee Flyway Forum' started by mister gadwall, Aug 8, 2017.
If it's an estate sale, the owner of the items is prolly dead...
well, are you also a lawyer? Until the estate is closed it technicallylegally belongs to the owner/estate.
Maybe, but more and more people are having "estate sales" while still alive. As often as not it's older people who are moving into retirement communities or otherwise smaller residences.
The guy who showed me the listing is a Germantown police captain. He had no idea who it could be. It's a pretty affluent community, but that collection goes beyond just having money.
Biil, in todays civil environment , if it was me as owner there would be very few people who would ever know it and less who would actually have seen it. Would love to know what kind of security system they protected this with.
I'm hip. Thing is, there aren't that many people in Germantown who could put together a collection like that, and there are obviously even fewer who would. My friend on the force couldn't even come up with a list of suspects, and he really knows the community, and he's a known gun guy.
Nope... Stayed at a Holiday Inn Express last night.
And what did anything I said have to do with anything you just said? Alls I said was, since it's an estate sale, the guy is prolly dead. Don't really need to be a lawyer to come up with that. Well, most of us don't, at least...
With my new-found wealth,(I found a $20.00 in the ditch by my mailbox....) I searcheed that whole site and not one DU print or even a Terry Redlin. I think I'll put my new fortune in a jar in the Bottoms' for safe keeping!
Me, Maggs, & Stuff'..........
Congrats on the find!