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I just wanted to put this out there. remember when you are posting on a forum anyone can read your posts and see your pics. I highly suggest when putting pictures of personal firearms online do not have the serial number visible. this number is specific to that gun and that gun only.
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This is always a good idea to remember that many eyes could be watching what is written anywhere on the Internet.

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If it were an older /used pistol and they had the rescources they could claim it was a stolen weapon and at the minimum tie it up in court for a while.

Or someone could actually report it as stolen. One day, that firearm may be checked through NCIC for whatever reason and it would be seized and unless you were the original owner with proper paperwork, you could lose your firearm.
 

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I just wanted to put this out there. remember when you are posting on a forum anyone can read your posts and see your pics. I highly suggest when putting pictures of personal firearms online do not have the serial number visible. this number is specific to that gun and that gun only.
just a thought.
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