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Old 12/28/18, 9:17 AM
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Default Re: Found these...Whats my obligation if any?

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Originally Posted by wogletree View Post
In a worst-case scenario, if the house burned after closing but before move-in, the insurance company might partially or fully deny the claim due to the presence of "large quantities of military grade ammunition".
Huh? I certainly wouldn’t call that “large quantities.” I have more 5.56 ammo in my garage safe right now. Being a TX man, I would think you would too And why would you refer to it as “military grade?”

“Military grade” would imply a lower quality ammo since most home-defense ammo and hunting ammo is high quality and/or match-ammo.

Most moving companies won’t pack, store or deliver ammo. It is the responsibility of the sellers agent to inform the sellers of the item(s) left in the residence.

Personally, I like Barry’s idea...



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