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they did, but alas, the misses threw them out with the boxes, designating it all junk... I was disgruntled to say the least.
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Wow, I know the feeling, but one thing I am very persistent about with my girl is that she not TOUCH MY FRIGGIN BOXES! I'm kind of a pack rat when it comes to my hardware and the boxes they came in.

As for storage, just get yourself some bubble wrap and wrap it up and store it. Shouldn't hurt it and it will protect it a little since you have no anti static bags.
    
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Wow, I know the feeling, but one thing I am very persistent about with my girl is that she not TOUCH MY FRIGGIN BOXES! I'm kind of a pack rat when it comes to my hardware and the boxes they came in.

As for storage, just get yourself some bubble wrap and wrap it up and store it. Shouldn't hurt it and it will protect it a little since you have no anti static bags.
I would probably prefer not packing it up with anything than packing it up with bubble wrap. That stuff can be pretty static-ising
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