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Old 02-26-2013, 12:11 AM   #11
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I would get the M&P. maybe an accessory or two and put the rest in the bank.
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Old 02-26-2013, 12:24 AM   #12
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forget spending money on car.

none of my choices are on your list
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I'm looking at doing a couple ounces of gold here again soon.
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Well I think I ended up making my decision without actually knowing I did. I was scrolling through armslist last night to see what was out there just for fun and they had a few Garands up for sale. The cheapest I saw was 1100 I think but from the pictures, it looked in really nice condition. Anyways, if its hopefully still up, and I'll have the extra money saved, I'll be getting that lil guy. Here's the link

http://www.armslist.com/posts/1100402/tulsa-oklahoma-rifles-for-sale--m1-garand---springfield-armory-us-rifle-cal--30-m1
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The first thing I would do is find out why I paid too much in taxes. Loaning Obama your money at no interest is never a good idea.
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I'm looking at doing a couple ounces of gold here again soon.
I "was"... right up until I saw the accountant today. So much for the target pistol, precious metals, mods for the car, anything
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I "was"... right up until I saw the accountant today. So much for the target pistol, precious metals, mods for the car, anything
Ask the accountant how to plan for next year; it's a LOT easier to change next year's tax bill if you start today.
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Get the scope. When you buy a quality optic, it's a lifetime investment.
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Ask the accountant how to plan for next year; it's a LOT easier to change next year's tax bill if you start today.
we planned for this year, but thanks to a minor misunderstanding, it turned into a huge nut
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