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Old 11-01-2011, 12:19 AM   #11
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Relationships eh?
i just hope i have the sense to tip that hooker and RUNNNN.
You don't pay her to stay, You pay her to leave.
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My wife is a great woman. She is pro gun. She has her ccw. She was just going to carry when I was out of town. She got used to it and now carries all the time...just like me. She does not shoot as often as I do. But, she does join me at the range once a month or so. She shot my .357 yesterday. We were shooting at a gallon mik jug at 110 yards. No kidding. We actually hit it 7 times. We shot 100 rounds.

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You guys are all clearly inseparable from your firearms. Tell me I'm lying.
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You don't pay her to stay, You pay her to leave.
Sometimes you just buy them a bottle so they won't remember what you looked like when the cops show up.
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I had a wife once, now I have a dog.
Had to hide the guns from the wife when going shooting, she wanted me home!

Have to hide the guns from the dog, cause he's not allowed at the range , but he would very much like to go.

Life is so confusing

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I also had a wife once and she's dead now. Some say I'm lucky as I was divoreced from her when she died. Died from drugs and alochol, thats why I divorced her.
Didn't keep her from trying to get more $$$$$ from me after the fact and she left me one f***ed up daughter but I wouldn't wish on anyone the year she was sick and what she went through the year before the cancer took her.

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Need to say that I date women from since before the ex wife got sick in 1994 with cancer and still do but not as much. The age thing has got me a little bit. But mostly I don't want the hassle of a gone bad long term relationship. Long term relationships gone bad do suck.

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You can rent guns and you can rent women. One can land ya in jail if you rent the wrong one.

My test was showing her the desert eagle 50AE. Usually didnt get a first date. The last one i showed it to took it and we been married for 14 years. Lost a gun gained a wife.

Well the de is still in the gun cabinet just belongs to her now.

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When I met my husband while living in CA, we used to go on target shooting dates at the range. I knew he had lots of weapons and didn't care. When we moved to OK he bought me my first rifle and pistol. Now that he's a gunsmith we just step outside into the backyard to do some shooting at our range.

He enjoys what he does and that makes me happy.

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