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Welcome aboard Gunny - It won't take long to separate out the BS and just move on.
Thanks sidiag, tell the family members to keep their heads low and weapons unlocked
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Thanks sidiag, tell the family members to keep their heads low and weapons unlocked
Something you could help me with...I'm thinking of getting a 50 cal. Barrett
to shoot varmits with. Have you had any experience with one of these
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Something you could help me with...I'm thinking of getting a 50 cal. Barrett
to shoot varmits with. Have you had any experience with one of these
make sure you give the jet skis one across the bow first
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Something you could help me with...I'm thinking of getting a 50 cal. Barrett
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LOL Well you know what they say, you can run, but you will just die tired. Actually I retired in 98 and most things I shoot have 4 legs vice 2
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Just thinking about it, when I do get a boat in a couple of years it would be nice to outfit it with a 7MM Mag
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Well it is the weekend and I am off to work on my boat so that I can stop lurking and start sailing. See you guys Monday when I come back to "work"
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Just thinking about it, when I do get a boat in a couple of years it would be nice to outfit it with a 7MM Mag
As you may have quessed from the handle, I retired in 90. I snuk out a 50 cal
auto before I did. It's now mounted on the bow of my Morgan
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As you may have quessed from the handle, I retired in 90. I snuk out a 50 cal
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Well that does it, I'll be doing the NC portion of the ICW, only at night, lol
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As you may have quessed from the handle, I retired in 90. I snuk out a 50 cal
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Nice , I assume there is no arguments over who gets what slip
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Well that does it, I'll be doing the NC portion of the ICW, only at night, lol
No worries there as USCGRET1990 is landlocked on a lake if i remember correctly! It's those damn monster jellyfish that you have to lookout for this year. Has anybody seen these things? HUGE!
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