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Shootin' the breeze!
What a hoot!
I do that a lot when I shoot.
Been busy lately. No time for Forum fun. Did go to our old family place in Eastland County on the lake on Thursday, prowling through the thick brushy portion of the place for most of the afternoon, hiking for hogs. Maybe...
Glad you picked that up. Looks effective.
I looked long and hard at a .400 Corbon barrel for nearly a year. It was on a gun show promoter friend's table and looked interesting as something else to hand load for. Was both sorry and glad to see it finally sold.
Just now saw your thread jkingrph. Sounds like you have some Marlin 39 goodness right there.
It was one of those "where have you been all my life moments" for me when I finally picked up a Model 39A last summer at the San Angelo, Texas gun show. An honest Injun rifle from out of West Texas...
The Lady Banks rose is in a profusion of bloom today.
Wearing the "yard watch" today. My original beater huntin,' fishin,' chores watch, a military style Glycine from the post-war era. I original bought it in the mid-1980s in a pawn shop for a few dollars.
Hang in there Ejones. Hoping you're doing well at this point after the surgery. I've done that a couple years back so empathize. Didn't wear a watch either while I was in the hospital recovering.
IWC with caliber 89 movement today.
Well ... it never has been a gun I was particularly happy about. Yard mowing is better than lying on the bottom of Lake Leon, which is where I considered flinging it after it again began misbehaving a couple years ago. It was a little stinker to break in to the point it'd run right. Worked...
Oh, I do have a crummy Kel Tec P3AT. Tried carrying it a few times, but didn't trust it to do the big job if it was called upon. It's been demoted to "yard gun" for pocket carry while mowing the lawn. I do only carry it with the six round magazine capacity including the one "up the spout,"...