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Old 12-25-2013, 06:11 AM   #211
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Bologna: In MS, they would marinate & BBG Bologna Logs. Need sandwhich, they cut a slice. Condiments varied, same w roll.

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Added a new over/under to the safe today. Got a .20 ga Summit Sporting with 32-inch barrels. Too bad we're scheduled to get 8 to 12 inches of snow tomorrow. I want to shoot this thing!imageuploadedbyfirearms-talk1388884841.717647.jpg

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Added a new over/under to the safe today. Got a .20 ga Summit Sporting with 32-inch barrels. Too bad we're scheduled to get 8 to 12 inches of snow tomorrow. I want to shoot this thing!Attachment 131906
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Okay okay, I'm a wuss. I bow down to your snow prowess!

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Bologna: In MS, they would marinate & BBG Bologna Logs. Need sandwhich, they cut a slice. Condiments varied, same w roll.
South Boston speedway in VA is famous for their bologna burgers. The cut a slice of bologna about a half inch thick and fry it. They aren't bad! SOBO has a full menu but the bologna burger is their big seller.

If you get out that way a Friday night at SOBO is a lot of fun. The stands are so close to the track you can stick a pencil through the fence and a car will break it. Richmond is the only track that can hold a candle to south boston.
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Okay okay, I'm a wuss. I bow down to your snow prowess!
Comes with the territory lol. I live just outside of Buffalo, NY. When we got to that shoot there was no snow on the ground and clear skies. Lake effect stinks.
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South Boston speedway in VA is famous for their bologna burgers. The cut a slice of bologna about a half inch thick and fry it. They aren't bad! SOBO has a full menu but the bologna burger is their big seller.
I love fried bologna sandwiches! I either fry in a flat pan or microwave. The edges usually burn a little in the MW but they sure get juicy. Been making them for years.
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My wife just loves trap shooting,, for someone who never even fired a weapon before she was 50,, she does pretty well. We bought a little camper for her to go to the shoots around here and enjoy the company and experience, She started off with a Mossberg pump, went to a Browning BT-99, and now she has a Kreighoff,,, used of course,, good thing we both work,, she has put more rounds through a shotgun in the past 5 years than I have in my lifetime, but she has fun and that's what matters,, no I don't care for trap very much,, it is good practice for pheasants though. It's funny,, she averages in the low 90's in singles, but when it comes to bird hunting, I still kick her butt, which she reciprocates when on the trap line and I do not hear the end of it for certain.

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My wife just loves trap shooting,, for someone who never even fired a weapon before she was 50,, she does pretty well. We bought a little camper for her to go to the shoots around here and enjoy the company and experience, She started off with a Mossberg pump, went to a Browning BT-99, and now she has a Kreighoff,,, used of course,, good thing we both work,, she has put more rounds through a shotgun in the past 5 years than I have in my lifetime, but she has fun and that's what matters,, no I don't care for trap very much,, it is good practice for pheasants though. It's funny,, she averages in the low 90's in singles, but when it comes to bird hunting, I still kick her butt, which she reciprocates when on the trap line and I do not hear the end of it for certain.
That's a weird little phenomenon.

When we go shoot clays, whether it's skeet, trap, or sporting, my brother and I always kick my dad's butt. When we go bird hunting though, he nails em every time.
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When I was a kid, my father would give us 2 shotgun shells when we went out hunting,, if you did not come back with 2 squirrels, rabbits, quail, whatever, he'd give us just one the next time out. Shot shells were high dollar to us so we were very prudent on our shots, my brothers and I collected bottles on the roadside to buy .22 rounds so we were much more rifleman than shot gunners then,, I guess that always stuck with me,, don't shoot a shotgun at anything but food,,, shooting clays to me is just an exercise, shooting at game is a whole other story, perhaps your father has a similar view. I'm pleased you include the old man when you go,, it was always enjoyable for me to shoot and hunt with my father when he was alive,, appreciate every round, one day you may not have the opportunity,, good shooting.

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