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I'm looking for opinions on giving my cousin ammo for Christmas. Most of our family is either antigun or neutral and I was thinking it might be weird if he opens a box or two of .44mag in front of the Christmas tree. So what do you all think, appropriate or not?

I can't think of anything else to give.
 

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How about a gift certificate to the local ammo depot in the amount of a couple boxes of said ammo? It would go a long way towards keeping harmony with the anti-crowd on a day peace and family is important.
 

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If it were me I would feel comfortable just giving him the ammo. But thats just me.
 

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I would consider the setting and the feelings of other family members, as well as getting your cousin the ammo. Do it via a gift certificate and a personal note as to your intentions. :wink:
 

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That's a great idea. :idea: I did get shotgun shells from my father last year but some family members seemed a bit taken aback by it. I thought my other cousin would ask me to leave her house until I got rid of "those dangerous things". :( That's why I wanted outside opinions. It upsets me that I even have to consider whether I'll bother someone by giving my cousin something he will use and enjoy but you can't choose your family.

I hadn't thought of a gift certificate but that sounds like a satisfactory way to keep everyone happy. I know where he shoots so I'll give him enough to pay for a few days at the range. Thanks for the input.

BTW my family is still great.
 
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