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    Quote Originally Posted by kyratshooter View Post
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    I went gun hunting last week, have to give this week a rest.

    Will shop ammo next week, need to catch back up. I have expended a couple hundred rounds the past few days.
    You missing that much?.....Bhohahahaha
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    Quote Originally Posted by hunter63 View Post
    You missing that much?.....Bhohahahaha
    No, but he found out that when that one 55 gallon drum was drained of just a few hundred rounds that it caused the floorboards of the cabin to creak.
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    The key here is...."one 55 gallon drum was drained of just a few hundred rounds".......
    I know the feeling....

    Pssst....I actually own Handi Rifles and extra barrels.....that I do not have ammo for....don't tell any one.
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    Ky,
    I have been gone a lot. Just now catching up. Glad you came though the storm okay. As several people have already observed "stuff" is fixable/rebuildable/replaceable. Good folks are not.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DSJohnson View Post
    Ky,
    I have been gone a lot. Just now catching up. Glad you came though the storm okay. As several people have already observed "stuff" is fixable/rebuildable/replaceable. Good folks are not.
    Sounds like y'all had some problems?....
    Doing OK?
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    Quote Originally Posted by hunter63 View Post
    Sounds like y'all had some problems?....
    Doing OK?
    Actually Hunter I am doing real good. I took a short term job back in the first week of January that kept me very busy all through January, February and the first half of March. I was way out of practice to being on a job site for 14 plus hours a day and it really took me a while to "find the groove". Having said that, it worked out well in several ways so I am pleased. I also started back helping cook on a competition Chuck wagon crew.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DSJohnson View Post
    Actually Hunter I am doing real good. I took a short term job back in the first week of January that kept me very busy all through January, February and the first half of March. I was way out of practice to being on a job site for 14 plus hours a day and it really took me a while to "find the groove". Having said that, it worked out well in several ways so I am pleased. I also started back helping cook on a competition Chuck wagon crew.
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    Good to hear that....seem a lot of folks every where had a rough winter....we didn't have much snow, gound didn't really freese all the much...so when we did have rain, wind....ended up with mud.

    Congrats on the job....
    You are going to have to get into a the Chuck wagon cooking thing a little more......That sound like fun.
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