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I mention this in many of my videos but want to add it here as it applies to all gun parts.

If you are simply upgrading a part and the part you take out was working then save it.  We know they are coming after our guns.  Look what they did to my store because I sold gun parts.  Cities and states are passing anti gun laws coming after ammunition and magazines.   It will not be long before there are taxes on parts and anything else gun related.

It an extended SHTF scenario of civil disorder or other disasters you can't go on line or call JD and buy parts.   If you know you have working parts on hand you will sleep better.

Go to Wal-mart and in the sewing section there small little baggies, or on Amazon.  Get different sizes.   Oil the part and place it in the right size bag and seal it.  Take a marker and write what the part is for as a lot of springs look like other springs in other guns but not the same weight.   It will be ready to go many years from now if needed.   Get Quart and Gallon size baggies for big parts.

They will also come in handy if you have a part failure and want to use the stored part until a new one comes in.

And now the best part.  One day you are looking at all the parts you have and realize with a receiver or barrel or just a couple more things you have an entire gun.  Great reason to get the other parts and put one together.   One absolute truth, you can't have to many guns no matter what the wife says.

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Jd what you say is so true .
            Considering the political climate these days it is smart to hang onto those parts .
shotguns and Ar15s alike .Store them in a clean dry place temperature controlled but in any type of shtf situation where are you going to find parts or for that matter entire firearms. You might think of your ammo storage as well . As my wife says that 870 makes a great paperweight without any ammo .
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Smart woman.  Keep her.
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Yep, guns are like fishing rods. You can never have too many no matter what the wife says. Although I've only got the 870 and a Browning High-Power. Might need to go shopping.
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