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Treasure?If that keyboard was any dirtier it'd look like everyday life around here.Turn my keyboard upside down and the remnants of 600 lunches will shake out.
He should turn those greenbacks into ammo ASAP. They're going to be worth less than the paper they're printed on sooner rather than later.
Amen brother. I think a lot of shooters with deep stacks of it are selling off a bit at a time with hugely inflated prices.I recall some year back and ammunition so scarce, gun sellers often included a box or two along with firearm. Hard to sell firearms when nothing to feed it is around.
Loose the computer, add a bottle of vodka next to the coffee cup, change the cigar box to a 5.56 ammo box with a post that can be locked, change the pistol to a 38 Super Colt Commander, add a box of Winston Lights next to the lighter, and put a grenade in with the money which would be in $5k bundles. That would be my dad's coffee table the last decade of his life.
But other than that, the photo is perfect.
Cash and a Bersa. Buy ammo, again.
Bersa 380. Very nice piece I keep in the trash bucket between seats in my car. Right there in the veerry unlikely chance it is needed to repel boarders. Arrrggghhh@
Rickvid, just drove through Seattle today. Out on Whidbey Island right now -- your backyard!
Walther, PPKsumthin'. Might be a 32. Flash light makes it fairly recent. Looks rather retro.
Walther PP. They are available in .32 ACP and .380 ACP.When I saw this photo The Warren Zevon song "Lawyers, guns and money" came to mind.
What is the black thing in the top right corner the watches are sitting on?It has an Energy Star emblem on it.
Perhaps an old scanning device, feed one piece of paper at a time??
Looks like a Jackass shoulder rig. Name was changed to Galco at some point.
The picture only lacks a cigar or two.
Looks like my ex's dresser top. Except he had better bling and the cash was in the freezer.