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Old 03-02-2009, 06:59 PM   #1
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I will start. I love guns. Therefore iloveguns

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Old 03-02-2009, 07:04 PM   #2
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McNabb, my last name; 11B, the Infantry MOS designation.

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its my name on every game i play, cuz im the sgt. of death

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Orangello, my cat's name. He is fat & thus jiggly like jello; he is also largely orange in color, hence orange + jello = orangello. Although honestly, his gut is mostly white, and he has lost at least 8 pounds down to 19, for cats chasing birds IS exercise.

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Orangello, my cat's name. He is fat & thus jiggly like jello; he is also largely orange in color, hence orange + jello = orangello. Although honestly, his gut is mostly white, and he has lost at least 8 pounds down to 19, for cats chasing birds IS exercise.

Lol for cats, any kind of moving is exercise.
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I own one of these weapons. I also love belt fed Machine Guns !

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Had just finished reading the biography of John Dillinger when I joined this site. I was fascinated by the similarities between he and I: We both love(d) firearms, pretty girls, fast cars & having cash in your pocket. We just took different routes to get what we liked.

Dillinger was prone to fast V8 Fords - My first three cars were 5.0 Mustangs.

Dillinger was prone to taking girls to the movie and always paying for everything - Same here.

Dillinger was a fan of the 1911 - something that I acquired later on in life once my eyes were opened.

I really enjoyed the read and was very much surprised that old Public Enemy Number One frequently made a point of giving money to people who didn't know who he was and in one hold up, gave a man his entire paycheck back from the bank drawer he was robbing, reportedly telling the guy "That's your money, you earned it, we are here for the Banks money, they didn't earn anything".

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I started using it for my E-Mail,

Born to hunt, forced to work. I guess I should have been born rich instead of sexy, I be hunt'n 24/7

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I had just bought an ATI "Dragunov" style stock for my SKS and loved how it looks.....dragunovsks.

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It's the name of my Colt Defender which has rattle snake hide grips.



The canebrake is what we here in the South call a timber rattler.



The C on the name is the Colt serpent C from their logo.

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