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Old 07-21-2011, 12:52 AM   #21
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Carefull with ya grammer
HE dont like that
Quite honestly, I don't give a dead rats ass what he likes.


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I will admit, I put a scope on the same way once. Only took me six rounds to realize what I did. "Tight 3 round group there, now a tight 3 round group in the complete wrong direction.... OOPS!" Luckily I was by myself that day, unluckily I didn't have an hex wrench with me.

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What did you do?
I just put a little elbow into it and unscrewed it without any damage,it went all back together just fine but with some lower strenght threadlock.
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I just put a little elbow into it and unscrewed it without any damage,it went all back together just fine but with some lower strenght threadlock.
An electric heat gun is your friend for those mishaps!
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So, how does the wife like it Hoss?

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So, how does the wife like it Hoss?
She loves it but it'll take sum getting used too-
She's very good with handguns but has not shot many long guns except 22's on "here & there" occasions - Was pleased she decided to broaden her horizions
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Or head out for the range, leave both pistols at the house and only bring ammunition for two of the three rifles I did actually remember to put in the truck.

Memory really is the first thing to go.

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Memory really is the first thing to go.
My grandfather told me that there were three signs of getting old;

1. Your memory goes first.
2. I don't remember the last two.


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