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Old 03-24-2013, 01:55 AM   #11821
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AWWWW...Congratulations! What's his name?
Kaden kapono

His middle name means righteous and benevolent
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A little help with this one please. Can't seem to locate this one online.
It looks Russian.

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This is from a mosin nagat
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It looks Russian.

This is from a mosin nagat
I know it's a mosin.... Lol I was more wondering if any one knew the factory and such
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Again mosin nagat
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I know it's a mosin.... Lol I was more wondering if any one knew the factory and such
Ok, n/m. Sorry, I don't.
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Here's some pics of my recently purchased cz82 and my polish random p64. I love both these guns and got them both for under 500 bucks can't beat that!!!!!
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I have a nephew!

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And here's a random thing I learned apparently in Hawaiian culture the maternal grandfather chooses the middle name....
Aw man! That's one cute baby! Love them babies (so much less trouble than teenagers!)

I knew that about Hawaiian culture. My nephew's name is Nainoa Hooamanuwanui. It translates to "Lightning Patience". Took me a few days before I could pronounce it easily.
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I have a nephew!

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And here's a random thing I learned apparently in Hawaiian culture the maternal grandfather chooses the middle name....
I find the foot hovering over the baby's head a little disturbing. I know it's just the angle of the photo but it looks weird.

Anyway, congratulations. I love babies.
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Kaden kapono

His middle name means righteous and benevolent
That's great! May he live up to his name!
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Aw man! That's one cute baby! Love them babies (so much less trouble than teenagers!)

I knew that about Hawaiian culture. My nephew's name is Nainoa Hooamanuwanui. It translates to "Lightning Patience". Took me a few days before I could pronounce it easily.
My neice's middle name is kamakanamikalani. Means gift from heaven.
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I find the foot hovering over the baby's head a little disturbing. I know it's just the angle of the photo but it looks weird.

Anyway, congratulations. I love babies.
Haha, yeah, I took that while I was holding him, my brother was sitting next to me on the couch it's his foot
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That's great! May he live up to his name!
Well for now he's just cute.
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