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Old 01-09-2013, 04:47 AM   #11
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Yeah it's a country neighborhood. Neighbors have 30 and 50 acres respectively but we just happen to have a small lot. Guy across the street has 100 acres. Houses are a good ways away, it's just some people have problems with guns. I assure y'all that I don't just go around shooting on my property at night on a regular basis. If I have to I always do it responsibly.


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