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    It’s up to you.
    Sometimes I just decide something is too important to me and don’t look at the “cost” of such a decision.
    We’re here not just as economical subjects.
    If something warms my heart, it stays with me, even if it “costs” me five times the price.
    Maybe now, after 22 years, I’ll get all the handguns of my grandpa.
    Nobody cares but me, so I’m going to make good of all the stupid laws coming up.
    His service Bodeo and a few more. Others don’t want to get a license and have seen they are not much worth economically, so I’ll free them from all thoughts. A few weeks still...
    Today I’m going to celebrations for the seizing of Trieste, tomorrow for the 100 years from the capitulation of Austria Hungaryicon. Next week for the end of WW I everywhere. All things that were there with someone related to me are so preciuos to me that I just pay what others will ask for.
    Life is one and heritage is unvaluable.
    I don’t see the point of being here if you don’t know where you come from and where you’re going.
    Confused post, but in these days I’m a bit out of myself...without a reason...or maybe not.
    100 years ago...
    Just here around the corner...
    34a cp., btg. Susa, 3° rgt. Alpini

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    Good thoughts Ovidio. Were I you I would negotiate with Grandpa now to gradually obtain ownership so the guns don't become contentious when he moves on.

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    Hi Daan, mi Grandpa left us in 1996, at age 96.
    All his stuff went to my Aunt at the time.
    She casually asked me now if I could be interested in the guns.
    I didn’t even know where they landed.
    I guess I’ll drive over one of these days and take ‘em.
    Luckily, noone else is interested. No other shooters but me and my son at the moment.
    By the way, I’ll be in Heidelberg in a couple weeks, for business. Then I’ll go to East London, Port Elizabeth and Cape Town.
    I’m already glad now to come back to good old SA.
    34a cp., btg. Susa, 3° rgt. Alpini

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    Were I you I would drive over now, before your Aunt decides she doesn't want them anymore and gives them away or have them destroyed.

    Well, SA is still the best country in the world to live in, although coffee and pizza in Italyicon are in a class of their own.

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    I have to agree with Daan, strike while the iron is hot...or while she remembers what you two talked about.

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