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Old 12-06-2012, 06:26 PM   #18401
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My grandpas 12 gauge.

Trip- what's the bike? Looks like a dresser with the worlds biggest front fender.

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Yup, Dad's is almost exactly like that, but i think his has a regular vent-rib & gold BB sights (also a ridiculous red rubber recoil pad).

I saw one like it at the last local gunshow i attended; think it was a bit over $200. I always wondered why the wood was sooooo light.
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Busy morning with this fella . outer tire on the tractor blew in the turn . 20ft container with 45,000lb of steel pallets holding solid rubber chunks . ended up unloading half to get it back over .
I got video but its rather long and ill upload later if yall want .

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Trip- what's the bike? Looks like a dresser with the worlds biggest front fender.
I don't have a clue. Its a custom body built onto an older model production bike, I think an old triumph. I just found a pic and thought it was cool.
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I don't have a clue. Its a custom body built onto an older model production bike, I think an old triumph. I just found a pic and thought it was cool.
Somewhat reminiscent of the Tron lightcycles. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-1339119/The-real-Tron-Lightcycle-hit-120mph-costs-55-000.html
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I'm not saying it's a bad thing, just seems strange to me, I'm sure they're all really nice people with few exceptions.
You can say that with almost every profession, except political jobs
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My grandpas 12 gauge.

Trip- what's the bike? Looks like a dresser with the worlds biggest front fender.
I like that what is it
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I like that what is it
The gun or the bike? I don't know on either, but the bike is a home made body kit, I think, on an old triumph. I could be wrong on both counts.
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The gun or the bike? I don't know on either, but the bike is a home made body kit, I think, on an old triumph. I could be wrong on both counts.
The lever action 12 gauge was what I was curious about.
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The lever action 12 gauge was what I was curious about.
The lever just breaks the breech open, it is a single shot.
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The lever just breaks the breech open, it is a single shot.
Aw man................
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