So the county sheriff contacted a relative of mine while he were in jail and told him they still have his guns they confiscated from him 20 years ago. Him and his wife were going through a divorce and he had a PFA against him. He got convicted of a felony and a bunch of other stuff after that so he could never own guns again. He is one of those people who is in jail as often as he is out. They told him that he could sign them over to anyone who isn't prohibited. He decided to give them to me. One of the guns is an old Savage bolt action 16 gauge that belonged to my grandfather. It has sentimental value and I never thought my family would get it back. The other is an old Stevens model 26 crack shot chambered in 22 lr. They were in good shape. I cleaned them up and I am going to find out if they still work. Neither is worth much but I am happy they are back in the family. I am going to refinish the stock of the 16 gauge. It was carved by my grandfather. I want to keep it as original as possible. I am glad the local law enforcement support the second amendment and didn't destroy those guns. They are in good legal hands now and will be cherished and passed on to my children.