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Old 10-11-2012, 06:05 AM   #41
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Damn I lived in mo til may but now I'm in VA
What part of MO
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A 1760s blunderbuss. A buddy of mine picked it up at a storage unit auction where he paid $250 for the unit. Had it checked out by the gunsmith at his LGS, and was told that it was good to go. It's a lot of fun knowing that anything you can drop into the muzzel of it can be shot out of it. Best thing so far, the ball bearings fron the C\V joints used in front wheel drive axel shafts. At 15 yards they do very nasty things to a car door, a freezer, and a washing machine. Lead therapy is fun, rock therapy is even better!

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What part of MO
Columbia. U?
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Got to push the button on a Mk 46 Torpedo and a SeaSparrow in the
same day. Gotta love RefTra! The squids will get that reference.
Yeah, RefTra. Fired the MK46, I was detached to the TMs.

Never fired a SeaSparrow. You in CIC?
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Columbia. U?
Fordland. East north east of springfield
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Once fired a .410 walking stick gun. From 6 feet away you really could not tell it was a walking stick.

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1850's percussion



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1850's percussion



Now that is unusual right there.
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A few years ago we went down to visit my brother and they were having one of their Jane Wayne Days and I got invited. It was pretty fun, but we didn't get enough ammo for my taste.

I got to fire the M2, Mk19, Mk16 and 18, M82A1A, AWM in .338 and DSR-1 in .300 Winmag, and a MP7. The only one I would call weird was the MP7. It just felt odd.

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A homemede spoke gun.

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