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Old 01-05-2013, 05:36 PM   #241
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You might be a gun nut if you keep your shotgun shells months after you have shot them just so you can smell them. (I do that every time I shoot my shotgun)
I've done that.
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Old 01-05-2013, 05:44 PM   #242
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I've done that.
I'm also an okie
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You might be a gun nut if your favorite smell is burnt powder.

You might be a gun nut if you have noticed federal 12 ga shells smell the best.
Isn't that the truth???!!!
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Old 01-05-2013, 09:12 PM   #244
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I guess you’re either a gun nut or senile when you open a storage cabinet in a barn that has not been open for years (just over looked ) and find 20,000 38 wad cutters.

Worst part is I don't remember missing them!

The outside of the cabinet was marked "Cattle tags "
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...and what is THAT code for?
It's not code for anything silly. I mean if she can't afford to snowboard, she could really do extreme sledding. Like find a big a$$ hill, a stand up on a sled and have at it. We used to do that as kids as the time. We usually wiped out, but it was fun.
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If while checking ammo stock at the local Walmart the sporting goods girl asks you to answer another customers questions on guns, ammo, or where they keep the special order catalogue.!!
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It's not code for anything silly. I mean if she can't afford to snowboard, she could really do extreme sledding. Like find a big a$$ hill, a stand up on a sled and have at it. We used to do that as kids as the time. We usually wiped out, but it was fun.
I think I could go for that, finding a big hill isn't a problem where I live. if my pissy after I get home from work tomorrow involves the emergency room, you'll know why.
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just for Trez!

you might be a gun nut if, you want to own guns made by the same manufacturer as the vehicle you drive!
Or, the other way around, you might be a gun nut if you wonder when Smith & Wesson is going to come out with a compact CAR! (Or Glock if you prefer imports!)
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I guess you’re either a gun nut or senile when you open a storage cabinet in a barn that has not been open for years (just over looked ) and find 20,000 38 wad cutters.

Worst part is I don't remember missing them!

The outside of the cabinet was marked "Cattle tags "
Probably been there since one or two gun scare / elections ago.
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Probably been there since one or two gun scare / elections ago.
I got out of cattle after the drought in 1983 and only bought more in 2000 - - - I ordered new tags and put them in a cabinet near the working chute - - - last year I did not get my order in on time and when calves started coming I was looking for tags and found the wad cutters - - - still in the factory cases and seem to shoot fine - - - I also found 5,000 rounds of spent brass in the boxes to go back - - - I'll bet this is worth much more now than when I bought it!
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