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Old 11-05-2010, 01:29 AM   #51
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How bout I split your head while I'm there...it's dense as wood
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How bout I split your head while I'm there...it's dense as wood
Ya know, my wife says the same thing. So you still stopping by?
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Spitty, I salute you for your ability to rise above!
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Yes, I will be there for dinner
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I should have no problem finding your address from your IP address
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I bet a round ball of lead is not the best choice, butlots of animals have fallen because of it
a musket ball is heads and shoulders far far superior a deer bullet than a .223 match hp. a lead ball will retain weight and reliably punch a hole in the deer the match grade .223 hp will not.
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I should have no problem finding your address from your IP address
What day should I expect you?
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I be there on the 18 th
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I look forward to meeting you.
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Careful, i hear Spitty has one hell of a shovel & a big backyard.
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