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Old 08-29-2012, 06:59 AM   #11
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Hope this helps. I will post numbers and markings when i get home. I love working third shift. Sorry for the picture of my son, my phone is posting pictures im not uploading.
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Old 08-29-2012, 07:29 AM   #12
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no matter how it got there, Your son (cute boy) and your gun (nice rifle) have made this very a pleasant posting to see. May your son and your daddy's gun be with all our life.
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Old 08-29-2012, 01:39 PM   #13
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When I was stationed on Okinawa one night I was broke and reading a book in the barracks. I turn a page and there was 4 crisp $20.00 dollar bills. Evidently I had come back one night blitzed and stashed some money and forgot about it.

That was a real nice feeling with the exception of knowing I had an obvious black out at some point.
Ahh, the E-Club blackout. I had one of those once. At least yours resulted in found money. Mine resulted in guys from Second Platoon dunking my head in the toilet while I was passed out and helpless.
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Ahh, the E-Club blackout. I had one of those once. At least yours resulted in found money. Mine resulted in guys from Second Platoon dunking my head in the toilet while I was passed out and helpless.
Bad this is I'm pretty sure that money found just went back into another night of drinking.

I'm surprised I'm still alive with how stupid I was when I was younger.
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Hope this helps. I will post numbers and markings when i get home. I love working third shift. Sorry for the picture of my son, my phone is posting pictures im not uploading.
Always happy to see Future Gun Owner pics

B'sides, anytime you buy a gun now, you can use the "It's for ______ when he grows up..."

Except I get to do it TWICE!! Nothing quite like Twins to make one want to expand the collection
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