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Old 02-16-2012, 12:35 AM   #11
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I walked in on my pepper-spray bumpin ugly's with my tazzer-gun....I was so shocked that my eye's burnt....Ha..Ha...Get-It............
Haha, thats a good one!
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Hah! You think YOU have it bad- Mossberg 22s have rabbit genes!
It's not just the .22's C3. I started out with a mossy 151m and a 185 d. Next thing I know I find a 200 k. Six months later, a pair of model 500s and a 185k-a. A month ago my one 91\30 (must have been expecting when the wife picked her up!) bacame 2 91\30s and a 44! On top of that, I'm begining to think that my mausers are part rabbit as well. Good thing I reload, It keeps my "food" budget reasonable.

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I walked in on my pepper-spray bumpin ugly's with my tazzer-gun....I was so shocked that my eye's burnt....Ha..Ha...Get-It............
Now that's just shocking! I'm laughing so hard I can't keep from crying..... Or is it the pepper spray?
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I walked in on my pepper-spray bumpin ugly's with my tazzer-gun....I was so shocked that my eye's burnt....Ha..Ha...Get-It............
That's just wrong on sooo many levels...FUNNY...but wrong
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A long time ago Taurus twins "siblings"had sex, 9 months later, kimber popped out

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Yea...They where making a eye blinding- piercing mist in the air and sparks like fireworks !!!.....I know...That one is not as good...Didn't have much to work-with.......Anyway......I tried..........

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A long time ago Taurus twins "siblings"had sex, 9 months later, kimber popped out
Hey Now, that's about enough of that...

I bought a Colt 1991 A1 14 years ago and a Kimber Eclipse Pro II 8 years ago. No, it's not a fair comparison with the 1991 being Colts entry level gun and the Pro II being at the upper end of the Kimber scale but it's what I've got and while both guns are GREAT shooters the fit, finish, and internal workmanship, IE tool marks of my Kimber FAR surpass the Colt.

Admittedly it's been a decade since I've bought from either manufacturer but AT THAT TIME there was not much argument the Kimber was a builder on the rise turning out affordable quality that you could not get from Colt without adding 1K with your gunsmith.

Refreshingly Colt seems to have Recently awakened and are once again turning out top notch 1911's at a price thats competitive but this a new development.

Personally i like em both and am happy to see some new innovation and a recommitment to the civilian market by Colt.

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