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  • Milldawg
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    Nah can’t do it yet. Stick with my 11-87!!

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  • MattM37
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    I just had a vision of John Wayne or Hank Fonda swinging off his horse and pulling old "Winnie" from the saddle-scabbard as the Indians come riding over the hill. Or maybe Jimmy Stewart, star of the classic "Winchester '73."

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  • Pmacc60
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    I only can recall to names given to guns, my dentist called his Benelli SBE 1 synthetic ! He called it the black stick of death ! The other was a hunting friend who called his Remington 760 3006 , the meat gun!

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  • Pmacc60
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    Originally posted by PigHunter

    Speaking of old and ugly, perhaps I need to name my 870 express after my ex mother-in-law...
    Only you PH , you made me laugh so hard , I hurt !

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  • fitch270
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    Had a relative with a sporterized Springfield he called Maude. Ugly, but she could “cook”.

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  • crm3006
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    I may be inspired to change the names of my Old Ugly and Pretty Boy rifles to something female and feminine. Nope, on second thought, names are names, and change results in confusion and possibly disaster.

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  • crm3006
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    #1 Bubba, The thought of you in a man-bun and skinny jeans made me spit coffee all over my keyboard!
    Man-bun? What real men wear "buns", except Navajos? Those fellers are real men, and they can wear their hair anywhichaway they please.

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  • FirstBubba
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    Originally posted by Pmacc60 View Post

    I’m joking with you …. This is just a example of liberal nonsense I have been reading since I’ve been home on the mend. Kinda makes you get how far past reasonable liberalism has gotten.
    Liberalism gave up reasonable when LBJ moved into the WH and has gotten "progressively" (pun intended) worse with every (d) POTUS since.

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  • Pmacc60
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    Originally posted by rock rat View Post
    The thing identifies as male, that is named female, but is hides a truly male name. I'll have to check out the choke thing, not being a shotgun shooter I hadn't considered. I remember the smith telling me one side is different, I think full and the other modified. Maybe I should give it #4 instead? Thank You Fitch.
    I’m joking with you …. This is just a example of liberal nonsense I have been reading since I’ve been home on the mend. Kinda makes you get how far past reasonable liberalism has gotten.

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  • rock rat
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    The thing identifies as male, that is named female, but is hides a truly male name. I'll have to check out the choke thing, not being a shotgun shooter I hadn't considered. I remember the smith telling me one side is different, I think full and the other modified. Maybe I should give it #4 instead? Thank You Fitch.

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  • Pmacc60
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    Originally posted by rock rat View Post

    It's a man's name shortened.
    Lyman Cornelius Smith
    aka LC Smith,
    aka LC
    aka Elsie.
    Double, field grade, mid 1920s, still very tight. I don't hunt birds so I load it with slugs and keep it around big varmints.
    I’m well aware of the connection of Elsie to LC Smith but RR you realize the hurtful nature that female names given to of all things a gun ! A possession a of men , female name ? Like all oppressions of white men , you continue the crimes against society with your refusal to admit your guilt and complicity! I bet you still have your George Wallace buttons ! Lol

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  • FirstBubba
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    For your viewing pleasure!

    https://youtu.be/FkccZ7DHcFc

    https://youtu.be/bk0ZbmznCwI

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  • FirstBubba
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    "Elsie"? That's a milk cow's name.

    I had an uncle we called, "Uncle L.C.". Never did know what the L.C. stood for.

    I have a rifle I call "Miss Beulie" in honor of a lady I worked with.
    Kind as she could be. Sharp as a tack. Tough as nails if you crossed her! LOL!

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  • fitch270
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    Originally posted by rock rat View Post

    It's a man's name shortened.
    Lyman Cornelius Smith
    aka LC Smith,
    aka LC
    aka Elsie.
    Double, field grade, mid 1920s, still very tight. I don't hunt birds so I load it with slugs and keep it around big varmints.
    Nice. I just hope it’s not choked too tight for slugs.

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  • Pmacc60
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    Originally posted by FirstBubba View Post

    You ain't right, dude! 🤣

    Yoga? Isn't that an old baseball player or a cartoon bear?

    Pedicures. Hmm....
    Well, the wife did talk me into that one time. Not my "cup o' tea"!
    ...but I'll admit, it did feel good!
    Oh come on FB you need to take that last part to the grave !! Lol as far as night being right …. You are correct sir !

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