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    ok so i let the hair get a little long, ever see grizzly adams?...lol



    this was a few years back when i first made sgt.



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    Good idea Shipwreck!!!

    Heres a few pics from this past winter













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    Quote Originally Posted by jwkimber45


    What a truly awsome pic. Thanks for sharing. Did you have it mounted or have it set in state?
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    Maser, I took that cat in Texas, it was first babcat. I case skinned it and sent the fur to the tanner. It now hangs in my office.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jwkimber45
    Maser, I took that cat in Texas, it was first babcat. I case skinned it and sent the fur to the tanner. It now hangs in my office.
    Haha thats awesome

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    I just took this pic now. Sucks huh? I love trying to be cool in pics, but no matter what I always come out looking like an idiot. :P
    [img:640:480:8d43e156b2]http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v507/Maser/ad97633b.jpg[/img:8d43e156b2]

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    OK, here's a pic a couple of years old. Me and my "group".

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    Thats a good picture Charlie!!

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    I'm the good looking one second from the left.

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    Really, I'd lean more to the ugly one with the three good lookin' ones!!!!

    Your family I'm assuming!!! Looks like you all have a lot of fun together.

    :P :P :P :P

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    Yep, we call it "the group".

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    Here I am at the range during an impromptu test between three different types of 40 caliber carbines that I own. My wife helped out by shooting the photos. Here I'm shooting the Beretta CX4 Storm, which by the way, was the winner of my little contest.

    Loading the mags...
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    Nice pics! And welcome! How are you liking the storm?

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    I love the CX4 Storm! No doubt it is a beautiful, accurate, and reliable carbine. But, with around $1200 in it with accessories, I may not have quite as much fun with it as with my Hi-Point carbines. Let me explain. The more money I spend on a weapon, the more careful I tend to be, and the more particular I am with how it's handled. With the my Hi-Point carbines, I guess I'm a little more relaxed and more willing to put them through the paces without worrying about them getting banged up, etc. Although I take good care of all my weapons. And with a lifetime warranty, if the Hi-Point breaks I get a new one or free parts/repair. May sound a little crazy, but that's the straight of it. What do you guys think, should I just get over it and shoot the fire out of all of them? Any of you guys feel the same about different priced/valued weapons that you own? May be a subconcious thing I'm just realizing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by badman400
    The more money I spend on a weapon, the more careful I tend to be, and the more particular I am with how it's handled.

    What do you guys think, should I just get over it and shoot the fire out of all of them? Any of you guys feel the same about different priced/valued weapons that you own?
    It's a gun, shoot it and enjoy. I don't have any safe queens, all mine are shooters. :-D

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    2400 wrote: [/quote]It's a gun, shoot it and enjoy. I don't have any safe queens, all mine are shooters. :-D[/quote]

    I rationalize and I come up with just what you suggest. I just got caught up in being totally honest in my answer. Answering that question did make me think, and I am determined to more fully enjoy what I worked hard to acquire in the future. Still not sure I'll ever be able to see them all as equal even though they are all "guns". None of them are "safe queens", but not all are "truck" guns either. 8)

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    Quote Originally Posted by badman400
    2400 wrote:
    It's a gun, shoot it and enjoy. I don't have any safe queens, all mine are shooters. :-D[/quote]

    I rationalize and I come up with just what you suggest. I just got caught up in being totally honest in my answer. Answering that question did make me think, and I am determined to more fully enjoy what I worked hard to acquire in the future. Still not sure I'll ever be able to see them all as equal even though they are all "guns". None of them are "safe queens", but not all are "truck" guns either. 8)[/quote]

    I don't have any "truck guns" or "safe queens", that's not to say I don't have nice guns. I hunt with them, carry them, work on them, shoot them and enjoy them.

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    Hello to all.
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    I'm flabbergasted! About your photo, I mean.

    Whose picture have I been looking at on all of your posts? The one on your author's column? That's obviously not you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bob Wright
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    I'm flabbergasted! About your photo, I mean.

    Whose picture have I been looking at on all of your posts? The one on your author's column? That's obviously not you.

    Bob Wright
    I never claimed that it was me in the avatar. In fact, U asked me 1x - and I explained that it was the guy from 24 - that FOX tv show - I always wondered what you were referring to about the smile :P

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    See the "real" Shipwreck at the top of this thread. At least we think it is.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Whittey
    [img:600:450:1c32e0231d]http://www.cepolina.com/freephoto/f/other.food/cracker.snack.bread.jpg[/img:1c32e0231d]



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    LOL!!!!!
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    Well, I don't recall asking you about your photo. I did ask you who Jack Bauer was, but thought you were just picking up stuff off the TV show for your quips at the end of your posts.

    I am most glad to know those aren't really your photos as the kid in those looks like a spoiled child.


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    Here's a pic of me at "work" a few years ago. It's a tough job but somebodys got to do it. :-D

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