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    Quote Originally Posted by duxnbucks View Post
    yes... one is teal!
    KG made me do it!
    That's very respectful and sensitive of you Tim.
    I think it's ugly.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mazer View Post
    I considered that one, but I wanted a knife as close to "pristine" as I could get so I could put my own scratches on it! That looks like a great deal on a knife that has definitely seen some use!! Hope you win it!
    I don't like things abused, but as long as it ain't worn out, I like stuff worn in. Otherwise I'll never use it. That's how it is with my Browning and the Ruger #1. They're too nice for me to worry about ruining, so they sit in the gun room.
    Also, I'm a tightwad.
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    Never initiate force against another. That should be the underlying principle of your life. But should someone do violence to you, retaliate without hesitation, without reservation, without quarter, until you are sure that he will never wish to harm - or never be capable of harming - you or yours again.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GORDY-A View Post
    Tom, you werent suppose to put it on your Bacon !
    Speaking of bacon, I need to speak sternly to the pizza joint around the corner. I should have called them yesterday, but I didn't. We ordered a bacon and mushroom pie last night, it got home, no bacon.
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    Never initiate force against another. That should be the underlying principle of your life. But should someone do violence to you, retaliate without hesitation, without reservation, without quarter, until you are sure that he will never wish to harm - or never be capable of harming - you or yours again.
    THE SECOND BOOK OF KYFHO
    (Revised Eastern Sect Edition)

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    Quote Originally Posted by RRomeo View Post
    I don't like things abused, but as long as it ain't worn out, I like stuff worn in. Otherwise I'll never use it. That's how it is with my Browning and the Ruger #1. They're too nice for me to worry about ruining, so they sit in the gun room.
    Also, I'm a tightwad.
    Nothing wrong with being "thrifty"! But I have some Tax money coming in so figured why not! As aggravating as Tax time is for me it's helps to treat yourself when it's all done!
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    Morning folks,
    woke up and went out into the rain, sat there and THANKED GOD for today,
    I spent yesterday hooked up to wires and silly finger grips,,with a lot of beeping going on,
    5 hrs in the emergency room,,,poor girl in the X-ray room almost peed her pants when they went to cover my lower with a lead shield,,,,,and i told her
    don't worry dear I've been neutered and don't expect anymore kids,,,

    thought i was having another dang heart attack, had my neighbor drive me in as i aint paying anudda 1200.00 for "Special" lights and whistles,,,
    I did clutch my wittle bottle of Nitro along the way,,,,

    done have had two, don't want another,,,
    they said I'm good to go, and who the heck knows what it was, but i guess better safe than sorry,

    2 strikes already from playing "tough-guy" and ignoring,,
    this time i played the whimp

    tired worn out, but glad I'm still above the Daisies this morning,,,

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    What Is The .35 Remington Advantage III

    Quote Originally Posted by mazer View Post
    Nothing wrong with being "thrifty"! But I have some Tax money coming in so figured why not! As aggravating as Tax time is for me it's helps to treat yourself when it's all done!
    The government is the only thief brazen enough to return a portion of the money they stole from you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GORDY-A View Post
    Tom, you werent suppose to put it on your Bacon !
    LOL! Glad you are feeling better Abby!

    And good Friday morning all!

    Welcome back MBW!
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    Quote Originally Posted by mazer View Post
    Don't look on Ebay!! That's how I ended up with my White Hunter and the new Sheath! I KNEW if I looked I'd buy a nice one and probably spend too much!
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    This is my set of Puma's
    The WH has a LH holster for a reason,
    because I carry it during hunting season and
    wearing it on the left keeps it from rubbing against
    my rifle.
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    This is my daily carry knife. It is a Parker large saddlehorn
    pattern. I'd love to have a Case version of this knife...but
    they are mucho-rare...
    It has stainless blades and I believe the handle material to
    be ram's horn.
    I have used and abused it for years. Its missing a couple
    handle rivets now but it has helt up pretty good.


    What I didn't tell you about my White Hunter, is that the 35Rem group
    presented me with it at the Texas Shin-Dig that I hosted.
    It choked me up, man...and it was one of the nicest things anybody ever
    done for me.
    It was owned by Andres and lived in Chile for a lot of years.
    Now it's in Texas...
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    Good morning, y'all...
    Glad to hear Abby is almost back to normal...Abby-normal, get it?
    Anyone drink diet sodas? I would re-think it after reading this:
    Diet soda triples stroke & dementia risk compared to normal daily cola habit – study https://www.rt.com/usa/385513-diet-s...mentia-stroke/

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kaweskar View Post
    Just read in the paper a South African profesional hunter (Scott van Syl) died eaten by two crocodiles!
    Yup, (Van Zyl) - Crocodiles don't ask many questions. There has been a lot of rain in the area where he hunts which means that the crocodiles are everywhere. They found human remains in two suspect crocodiles that were shot by a search party and the remains are undergoing tests to see whether the remains are those of Scott. There has been lots of crocodile activity in the area and some people have been taken, so for now it appears this must have been Scott's fate as well. Strange though as he must have known better ......

    Morning y'alls

    Gordy-A, I'm so glad you are up and two-stepping again girl! That sure was quick.

    Sods broke into my factory again last night/this morning, so in a way we are back to square one. Fortunately there is less damage this time. I think i need some crocodiles on my factory floor - that should sort the blighters out!

    Y'all have a nice day now and stay out of trouble.
    I still have lots to sort out and i was supposed to go hunting this weekend, O well ..........might just still fit that in!
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