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  • What Does Your Spouse/Partner Know About Your Guns?   134 members have voted

    1. 1. Does Your Spouse Or Partner Know You Have Firearms?

      • Yes
      • No
    2. 2. Do you have to sneak firearms into the house? Have You?

      • Yes - All or Most of the Time
      • Seldom
      • Never
    3. 3. Have you ever mislead your spouse/partner about how much you paid for a firearm?

      • Yes - Generally do.
      • Yes - But only on a few occasions.
      • No - Never have.

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