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Old 04-21-2021, 3:28 PM
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Much of this comes down to emotional attachment. For some people, having things from a deceased person doesn't sit well and even for things of value they really don't want or need them.

Since the death is recent (still busy with funeral arrangements) your neighbor would be wise to not do anything with them for 6 months or even longer. Clarity of thought after the raw emotions if present, subside a bit are often much better than those formulated in haste or because there is some false sense of urgency. Now is probably not the time to start valuing items like this and then just getting rid of them.

As a concerned friend, the best help you can give is to offer guidance with priorities and selling guns right now isn't one of them unless he's ambivalent about the gift and everything else is just routine.
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