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    I didn’t say you were.
    All the married men have been there. The wife telling a third party we don’t need anymore of this that or the other thing.
    Some of the more feisty ones like this guys wife...
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    It isn’t him, science has proved it.
    Beyond science there’s even more irrefutable evidence in the article.
    This imposter’s wife was yelling that he is Vietnamese!!! She’s tired of this guys...
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    The first thing I ever bought for myself with...

    The first thing I ever bought for myself with money I had earned from working was a Sony CD player. It was 1989, I was 13yrs old and it cost $250.00 at Sears. Man O man was I the coolest kid on the...
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    This may seem obvious but make sure you have the...

    This may seem obvious but make sure you have the combination to your safe or safes written down.
  5. Sometimes it's better to just leave little cracks...

    Sometimes it's better to just leave little cracks alone.
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    I'll try that Jim, thank you. I'm going to mail...

    I'll try that Jim, thank you. I'm going to mail them off to rcathey and was thinking how I could do it without screwing them up any more. Thomas crumpled them up and shoved them in there, he didn't...
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    I googled that address and a historical log cabin...

    I googled that address and a historical log cabin comes up. How cool it is to be able to look around in virtual reality. If only I could have a beer with this hunk of walnut to discuss it's journey...
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    Lost and now found.

    Kinda neat so thought I'd share. Pulled these out of a Browning Auto 5 buttstock today.
    From 86yrs ago, 1933 and 1935 Missouri hunting licenses stuffed away in a lightening hole.
    Thomas is the...
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    Ahhh, Finger, a shotgun what's the difference? If...

    Ahhh, Finger, a shotgun what's the difference? If You gotta itch you gotta itch. :lol:
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    I decided to dip into the beer money to help out....

    I decided to dip into the beer money to help out. Wasn't anything in there so I hit up the Harley fund. Nope, nothing there either so dipped into the kids college fund,,,I can already tell he ain't...
  11. Thread: 1911 BEAR

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    Pffft, I use to naked wrestle Bears for beer...

    Pffft, I use to naked wrestle Bears for beer money. :madsmile:
  12. Thread: 1911 BEAR

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    2 yards!!! Where you petting the thing? ;)

    2 yards!!! Where you petting the thing? ;)
  13. My 6yr old this past summer. The lad can't...

    My 6yr old this past summer. The lad can't shoulder a rifle yet but he can hit what he aims at,,,sometimes. :lol:
    It's more about the fun and safety basics now anyway.
    Load the magazine, charge...
  14. $210 for the oil plus the cost of heating 5...

    $210 for the oil plus the cost of heating 5 gallons over and over. IDK, you really think it's worth it?
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    Good as new....👍🏻

    Good as new....👍🏻
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    That was funny. 🤣

    That was funny. 🤣
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    Elmer's is good stuff, I use too. Depends on what...

    Elmer's is good stuff, I use too. Depends on what and where but for the most part I use Acraglass on stocks. It can be cut without consequences to strength. It can be tinted any color using oil based...
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    Looking good....:thup:

    Looking good....:thup:
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    I'm avoiding this thread on purpose but I thought...

    I'm avoiding this thread on purpose but I thought I'd post these pictures.
    This is what it looks like when one gobs BLO on a stock that will take no more and leaves it for weeks to polymerize. This...
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    35 grit or have beaver gnaw at it. :lol: ...

    35 grit or have beaver gnaw at it. :lol:



    I can assure you a sharp chisel in the hands of a craftsmen is far superior to a bandsaw.
    The only time a gunstock should see a belt sander is for...
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    Yes, just chisel off. Shape with a scraper and...

    Yes, just chisel off. Shape with a scraper and some 400 grit. Tape off and spray on a few light coats of clear lacquer. Let it cure, rub out with burlap. They’ll never know it happened.
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    Had to google "gaff" but yes a time or two...:lol:

    Had to google "gaff" but yes a time or two...:lol:
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    The wife even hands me her phone when one calls....

    The wife even hands me her phone when one calls. I do impersonations though. A mentally handicapped individual named Larry being my favorite. Raje the annoyed shop owner or Raul the pool boy who's a...
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    Applying a “coat” or two of linseed oil isn’t a bad idea. Remember to coat the inletting as well.
    Keep in mind the oil doesn’t go deep even in solid wood. Even less so on laminate stocks because...
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    He'd pass right over every coin and gold ring but...

    He'd pass right over every coin and gold ring but I'd be damned if he didn't find that stash of buried Spitfires...... :madsmile:
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