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What’s Santa bringing to put under the tree?

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    Well guess it ain't gonna work.

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    You'll have to use your imaginations. Wife got me a CVA Accura V2 LR. Really sweet muzzleloader. Kids were up opening gifts at 6 so I opened it up, loaded it and sent one flying down to the creek in the backyard. I'm sure the neighbors on both sides of me were less than thrilled.
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    Still not working lol

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    Still nothing sir zilch notta nothing lol I had to learn to use Tapatalk to post pictures I never could figure it out

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    Quote Originally Posted by kwaynem View Post
    Still nothing sir zilch notta nothing lol I had to learn to use Tapatalk to post pictures I never could figure it out
    No need to worry about that anymore since the glitch has been fixed. You can post pics directly from the forum again.


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    Quote Originally Posted by dennishoddy View Post
    Shotgun? We need details!


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    Yup--Short story. A few years ago I bought a BUL-12g. Never been an auto guy preferring a break open gun, but had heard so much about these BULs being a magic wand and such, I tried one. True to the rumors, I shot it very well. It actually seemed hard to miss with it.
    Anyway--in a fit of insanity, I sold it along with several long and short guns to raise some cash for the new house (another long story).
    Thinking about all of the bird species in my future since coming west and no longer having a 12g and Cabelas having a crazy sale on these at nearly half price---I bought another.
    Benelli Ultra Light--12g
    The very light weight helps a lot with my elbows being soar as they are these days.
    It didn't hurt that the wife said--"get the darn thing, you deserve it"...or something like that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Settertude View Post
    Yup--Short story. A few years ago I bought a BUL-12g. Never been an auto guy preferring a break open gun, but had heard so much about these BULs being a magic wand and such, I tried one. True to the rumors, I shot it very well. It actually seemed hard to miss with it.
    Anyway--in a fit of insanity, I sold it along with several long and short guns to raise some cash for the new house (another long story).
    Thinking about all of the bird species in my future since coming west and no longer having a 12g and Cabelas having a crazy sale on these at nearly half price---I bought another.
    Benelli Ultra Light--12g
    The very light weight helps a lot with my elbows being soar as they are these days.
    It didn't hurt that the wife said--"get the darn thing, you deserve it"...or something like that.
    :-)
    When the wife says to buy a gun you never argue with them. That’s a lesson I learned the hard way. I felt the funds were best used on other things. Still have never gotten my Rem 1100.
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    My wife never tells me to go get a new gun. Somehow they just appear, and when asked, the story is the same.......Hon, that gun has been around here for many years. You just don't recognize it.
    Get the eye roll and a ya riiiiight as she walks away.
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