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« Reply #1260 on: November 19, 2012, 12:49:53 PM »


  Haven't seen any wild Hogs in the woods yet, or you
  will have to drive around the city to get a glance. ;D

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« Reply #1261 on: November 19, 2012, 09:57:04 PM »
3 roadkills seen this year in central NY. The wild oinkers  were all small...smaller than a beagle. Furthest one up north was near Pulaski on rt.13.  I'll take a picture of the nekt one if  possible. I average 40K a year, but a lot is interstate.  :(
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« Reply #1262 on: November 21, 2012, 09:12:44 AM »
3 roadkills seen this year in central NY. The wild oinkers  were all small...smaller than a beagle. Furthest one up north was near Pulaski on rt.13.  I'll take a picture of the nekt one if  possible. I average 40K a year, but a lot is interstate.  :(


   Wiener, our man and eyes on the road. Find any fresh kill oinkers on the road, cut the neck (jugglers)
   pack the cavity in ice and bring home. ;D

  We need those reports!
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« Reply #1263 on: November 21, 2012, 09:21:42 AM »

   Well, the camp took another large spike that was blown up
   like a balloon (140+) and while preparing the carcuss, found
   the contents in the stomach know more than a handful. They
   are in full Rut. This is the time to start rattling those horns with
   a partner. You should have a full 360 degree view for incoming
   bucks. Good Luck. ;)
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« Reply #1264 on: November 29, 2012, 02:41:30 PM »


    BIgBore45 tip of the day; You should have Bullit Molds for
    the Calibers you shoot. If Bullits become scarce you can
    make them. Stockup on primers and powder. ;)

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« Reply #1265 on: November 29, 2012, 05:14:56 PM »
An interesting bit on air rifles.   As most shooters are aware - socialist Great Britain is anti-gun for the most part.  Ye Olde English hunter and his trust 12 bore have become a modern hunter with a state of the art air rifle.  Shooting small game like rabbits remains very popular in the countryside.  In this video, they demonstrate the effectiveness of 3 types of pellets commonly sold in the US.  Popular myth would have the pointed pellets as the most lethal on small game - nope.  The old flat head pellets are not only the most accurate of the bunch - but the most destructive as well.  You learn something new everyday.   ;D

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« Reply #1266 on: November 29, 2012, 06:50:15 PM »


    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XIk0ccLPwo4

    Sheridan blue streak is an excellent pellet rifle and
    is affordable. ;)

   

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« Reply #1267 on: December 08, 2012, 11:05:17 AM »
  How many calibers are there. ;)

  these are handgun cartridges 2.7 mm Kolibri
2.34 mm -
3 mm Kolibri
4 mm Practice Cartridge GECO
4 mm Practice Cartridge M. 20
4.25 mm Liliput
.17 Mach 2
.17 Hornady Magnum Rimfire
4.5 x 26 mm
4.6 x 30 mm
.22 BB
.22 CB
.22 Short
.22 Long
.22 Long Rifle
.22 WMR (.22 Magnum)
.22 WRF
.22 Reed Express
.22 Remington Jet (.22 Jet, .22 Centerfire Magnum)
.221 Remington Fireball
5.45 x 18mm
5.7x28 mm
.25 ACP (6.35 mm Browning)
.25 NAA
.256 Winchester Magnum
6.5mm Grendel
7mm Nambu
7mm Bench Rest Remington, aka 7mm BR
.30 Carbine
7.62 mm Tokarev (7.62 x 25 mm TT, .30 Tokarev)
7.62 mm Nagant (7.62 x 38R, 7.62 x 38 mm Nagant)
7.63 mm Mauser (7.63 x 25 mm Mauser, .30 Mauser)
7.65 mm Borchardt (7.65 x 25 mm)
7.65 mm Luger (7.65 x 23 mm Luger, 7.65 mm Parabellum, .30 Luger)
7.65 mm Longue (7.65 mm MAS, 7.65 mm Long)
7.65 mm Mannlicher (7.63 mm Mannlicher in Austria, 7.65 mm Mannlicher in Germany, and 7.65 x 21 mm in the United States)
.30 Pedersen (.30 M1918)
.32 ACP (7.65 mm Browning)
.32 NAA
.32 S&W
.32 S&W Long (.32 Colt New Police)
.32 Short Colt
.32 Long Colt
.32 H&R Magnum
.32-20 Winchester (.32 WCF, .32-20 Marlin, .32 Colt Lightning)
8 mm French Ordnance (8 mm Lebel Revolver)
8 mm Nambu
8 mm Mauser
.38 Short Colt
.38 Long Colt
.38 S&W (.38 Colt New Police, .38 Super Police)
.38 Calibre
.380 Revolver
.38 Special (9 x 29R)
.357 Magnum (9 x 31R)
.357 Remington Maximum
9 mm Makarov (9 x 18 mm)
9 mm Police (9 x 18 mm Police, 9 mm Ultra)
9 mm Browning Long (9 x 20 mm SR)
9 mm Glisenti
9 mm Luger (9 x 19 mm Parabellum, 9 x 19 mm NATO)
9 mm IMI (9 x 21 mm)
9 mm Steyr (9 x 23 mm Steyr)
9 mm Largo (9 mm Bergmann-Bayard, 9 x 23 mm Largo)
9mm Winchester Magnum
9x25 Dillon
.380 ACP (9 x 17 mm, 9 mm Browning Short, 9 mm Kurz)
.38 Auto (.38 ACP)
.38 Super Auto
.357 SIG
9.8 mm Auto Colt
.38-40 Winchester (.38 WCF)
.400 Corbon
.40 Smith & Wesson (10.0 x 21 mm)
.40 Super
10 mm Auto
10.4mm Italian Revolver
.41 Action Express
.41 Remington Magnum
.44-40 Winchester (.44 WCF)
.44 Special
.44 S&W Russian
.44 Remington Magnum
.44 Auto Mag
.44 Webley (.442 RIC)
11 mm French Ordnance
.45 Schofield (.45 S&W Schofield, .45 S&W)
.45 Colt
.45 Super
.450 Revolver (.450 Adams)
.45 Webley
.455 Webley (.455 Webley Mk I, .455 Revolver, .455 Colt, .455 Colt Mk I)
.455 Webley Mk II (.455 Revolver Mk II, .455 Colt Mk II, .455 Eley)
.455 Webley Automatic
.45 GAP
.45 ACP (.45 Auto)
.45 S&W
.45 Winchester Magnum
.454 Casull
.460 S&W Magnum
.475 Linebaugh
.475 Wildey Magnum
.480 Ruger
.476 Eley (.476 Enfield Mk3)
.499 Linebaugh
.50 Action Express
.500 S&W Special
.500 S&W Magnum
.50 Remington (M71 Army)
.50 GI
.500 Linebaugh
13 mm Gyrojet
.55 Boxer
these are rifle cartridges
 Under 0.2 inches
 .17-223
.17 Hornady Mach 2 (.17HM2)
.17 Hornady Magnum Rimfire(.17HMR)
.17 Hornet
.17 PMC/Aguila
.17 Remington Fireball
.17 Remington
4.5mm mkr
.19 Calhoon Hornet

0.2 - 0.29 inches
 5mm/35 SMc
.204 Ruger
5.45 x 39 mm M74
.22-243 Middlested
.22-250 Remington
.22 Hornet
.22 Long
.22 Long Rifle
.22 PPC
.22 Short
.22 WMR (.22 Magnum)
.22 WRF
.220 Swift
5.6 x 50R
5.6 x 50 Magnum
5.6 x 52R (.22 Savage Hi-Power)
5.6 x 57
5.6 x 57R
5.6 x 61 SE (5.6 x 61 Vom Hofe Super Express)
.221 Remington Fireball
.222 Remington
.222 Remington Magnum
.223 Remington (.223 AI)
.223 WSSM
5.56 mm NATO
5.7 x 28 mm
.224 Weatherby Magnum
.225 Winchester
6-06
6-284
6 mm BR Remington
6 mm BRX
6 mm Dasher
6 mm PPC
6 mm Remington (.244 Remington)
6 mm XC
6 x 45 (6mm/223)
6 x 47 Swiss Match (6mm/222 Mag)
.240 Apex (.240 Belted Nitro Express and .240 Magnum Flanged)
.240 Weatherby Magnum
.243 Winchester (.243 AI)
.243 WSSM
.244 H&H Magnum
.25-06 Remington
.25-20 Winchester
.25-35 Winchester (6.5 x 52R)
.25 Remington
.25 WSSM
.250-3000 Savage
6.5-284
6.5 Grendel
6.5 mm Remington Magnum
6.5 x 47 Lapua
6.5 x 50 mm Arisaka
6.5 x 52 Mannlicher-Carcano
6.5 x 53R Dutch (6.5x53R Mannlicher and .256 Mannlicher)
6.5 x 54 Mannlicher-Schoenauer (a.k.a. 6.5x53 Rimless)
6.5 x 55 Swedish Mauser
6.5 X 68 (also incorrectly known as the 6.5 x 68 RWS, 6.5 x 68 Schüler or the 6.5 x 68 Von Hofe Express)
.256 Winchester Magnum
.256 Newton
.257 Roberts (.257 Roberts +P)
.257 Roberts Improved
.257 Weatherby Magnum
.260 Remington
.264 Winchester Magnum
6.8 mm Remington SPC
.270 Weatherby Magnum
.270 Winchester
.270 WSM (Winchester Short Magnum)
.275 H&H Magnum
7 mm-08 Remington
7-30 Waters
7 mm BR Remington
7 mm Dakota
7 mm Express Remington (a.k.a. .280 Remington)
7 mm Remington Magnum
7 mm Remington SA Ultra Mag
7 mm Remington Ultra Magnum
7 mm STW
7 mm Weatherby Magnum
7 mm WSM (Winchester Short Magnum)
7 x 57 mm Mauser (.275 Rigby)
7 x 61 Sharpe & Hart
7 x 64 Brenneke
.276 Pedersen
.280 Remington (a.k.a.7 mm Express Remington)
.280 Ross
.284 Winchester
7.5 x 55 Schmidt Rubin (7.5 mm Swiss)
7.5 x 57 mm MAS mod. 1924
7.5 x 54 mm MAS mod. 1929

0.3 - 0.39 inches
 7.62 mm caliber
7.62x25 Tokarev
7.62x38R
7.62 x 39 mm
7.62 x 51 mm NATO (.308 Winchester)
7.62 x 54R(rimmed) (7.62 Russian)
7.63x25 Mauser
7.65 mm Luger Parabellum
7.65 x 53 (7.65 Argentine)
7.65 x 53R
.30-06 Springfield
.30-06 JDJ
.30-40 Krag(.30 Army)
.30-378 Weatherby Magnum
.30 Carbine
.30 Newton
.30 Remington
.30-30 Winchester
.30 USA
.300 Whisper
.300 Savage
.300 Remington SA Ultra Mag
.300 WSM (Winchester Short Magnum)
.300 Winchester Magnum
.300 H&H Magnum
.300 Dakota
.300 ICL Grizzly
.300 Weatherby Magnum
.300 Remington Ultra Mag
.303 British
.303 Savage
7.7 x 58 Arisaka
.308 Winchester
.308 Norma Magnum
7.82 Lazzeroni Patriot
7.82 Lazzeroni Warbird
7.92 x 33mm(kurz)
7.92x57 mm Mauser (8 mm Mauser or 8x57 IS)
8 mm Lebel
8 mm Remington Magnum
8 x 50 mmR
8 x 56 Mannlicher-Schoenauer
8 x 56 mmR
8 x 60 Spitz
8 x 68 S
.32-20 Winchester (.32 WCF, .32-20 Marlin, .32 Colt Lightning)
.32-40 Ballard
.32-40 Winchester
.32 Remington
.32 Winchester self loading
.32 Winchester Special
.325 WSM (Winchester Short Magnum)
.33 Winchester (.33 WCF)
.330 Dakota
.338-06 A-Square
.338-378 Weatherby Magnum
.338 Federal
.338 Lapua Magnum
.338 Remington Ultra Magnum
.338 Winchester Magnum
.338 Whisper (Series 1)
.338 Whisper (Series 2)
.338 x 57 O'Connor
.340 Weatherby Magnum
.348 Winchester
.35 Newton
.35 Remington
.35 Whelen
.35 Winchester
.350 Remington Magnum
.351 Winchester self loading
9 x 45 mm
9 x 56 Mannlicher-Schoenauer
9 x 57 Mauser
.356 Winchester
.358 Norma Magnum
.358 Winchester
9.3 x 62
9.3 x 64 Brenneke
9.3 x 72D
9.3 x 74R
9.5 x 57 Mannlicher-Schoenauer (also .375 Rimless Nitro Express x 2-1/4")
.375 Dakota
.375 H&H Magnum
.375 Remington Ultra Magnum
.375 Weatherby Magnum
.375 Whelen (.375-06)
.375 Whisper (Series 2)
.375 Winchester
.376 Steyr
.378 Weatherby Magnum
.38-40 Winchester
.38-55 Winchester

0.4 - 0.49 inches
 10 x 35 Vetterli
.40-60 Remington
.400 H&H Magnum
.401 Winchester self loading
.404 Jeffery (10.75 x 73)
.405 Winchester
.408 Chey Tac
.416 Barrett
.416 Remington Magnum
.416 Rigby
.416 Taylor
.416 Weatherby Magnum
.416 Whisper (Series 2)
.425 Westley Richards
11 x 60 Mannlicher
.44-40 Winchester
.44 Remington Magnum
.444 Marlin
.45-70 Government
.45-90 Sharps
.45-110 Sharps
.45-120 Sharps
.450 Marlin
.450 Rigby
.450 Watts Magnum
.458 Lott
.458 SOCOM
.458 Winchester Magnum
.460 Weatherby Magnum
.465 H&H Magnum
.470 Nitro Express

0.5 - 0.59 inches
 12.7 x 99mm Multi-Purpose
12.7 x 107 mm
.50-70 Government
.50-90 Sharps
.50-140 Sharps
.50 Beowulf
.50 BMG
.50 Peacekeeper
.500 Jeffrey Nitro Express
.500 Nitro Express 3"
.500/450 Nitro Express
.500/465 Nitro Express
.505 Gibbs
.510 DTC Europ
.510 Whisper
.577 Nitro Express
.577 Tyrannosaur(.577 T-Rex)
.577 Snider
.577/450 Martini-Henry
.585 Nyati, considered the most powerful cartridge.
14.5 mm russian
14.5 mm JDJ
15.2 mm Styer

0.6 inches and Over
 .600 Nitro Express
.600/577 REWA
.700 Nitro Express
20 x 110 mm Hispano

http://closefocusresearch.com/list-rifle-cartridges
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« Reply #1268 on: December 09, 2012, 02:46:27 PM »
Well, another season in the books.
This one is full of empty pages.  :'(

Next year, I'm lined up to hunt some new land - new to me, anyway.  There looks to be good sign - I'll be doing some land prep prior to fall to try and bring them in the natural way.

Gotta go buy some beet seeds...
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« Reply #1269 on: December 09, 2012, 07:22:57 PM »
Next Year I'm going back to hunting after a number of years sitting on the sidelines, Shot a new pistol today S&W SD9  on the way into the area saw a dead doe, hindquarters cut off.............To bad slob hunters...........

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« Reply #1270 on: December 10, 2012, 12:13:32 PM »
Next Year I'm going back to hunting after a number of years sitting on the sidelines, Shot a new pistol today S&W SD9  on the way into the area saw a dead doe, hindquarters cut off.............To bad slob hunters...........
Those are the a$$holes that will ruin it for future hunters.
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« Reply #1271 on: December 10, 2012, 12:24:39 PM »


I almost ordered one of these beauties in 9.3x62mm today.  It was close - but I held off.   :D :D  I don't need it, I already have a .375 H&H - but the ammo is cheaper.  That beautiful turkish wood stock was calling out to me.   ;D ;D

As to asshole poachers - shoot the bastards I say.  Hunting is location-location-location.  That and the early bird gets the worm.  Most of the deer that are shot in a season are harvested early on.  With NYS's crazily long hunting seasons - by the rut - forget it.  Because of bow season and early muzzleloading - by October the deer have pretty much abandoned their pre-season patterns.  By November, they are holed up in groups in the deep woods and mostly come out at night due to hunting pressure.  Unless you drive them late in the season - they won't budge.  By the end of the 1st week of rifle season - 75% of all the "dumb" ones are gone.   ;)
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« Reply #1272 on: December 10, 2012, 09:15:40 PM »
Hopefully I'll remember that, Thought I'd try the Catskills again lots of DEP land to hunt, Just download a permit and youre done.................

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« Reply #1273 on: December 13, 2012, 10:13:42 AM »
Anyone into long range shooting?  I have a Millett 4-16X50 mil-dot scope with an illuminated reticle I am considering getting rid of.  It has some superficial scratches from the rings otherwise it's fully functional in excellent condition.  This is a $300 scope but I'll let it go for $100.  It has the original box, a battery for the reticle, an attachable sun shade tube, a flip-top cover for the bell, and a soft cover for the scope.  It's a model BK81001 of you want to research it.  I have no use for it and I hate to see things go to waste - I'd rather sell it at a loss if it gets a good home.   ;)
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« Reply #1274 on: December 13, 2012, 11:47:13 AM »
Pass the word:
50% off at KMart on Winchester ammo. I bought last 3 boses of 30-06, and 3 of the 16ga #6. Lots of slugs and other shot-shells, steel too. That's all that's left though. $23 Winchester 150gr for $11.50; thanks Kmart. BTW, the .270 and .308 shelf was already empty.
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« Reply #1275 on: December 13, 2012, 07:01:25 PM »


   I Was driving down Huntington st. by the water plant and had to stop
   to stop for 10 deer in the road and that same night saw several deer
   on the lawn to the entrance to JCC. Take into account the herd of deer
   in thompson park and other areas around or in watertown. I would say
   the best place to hunt next year is in or around the city. ;D
      We put 4 deer in the freezer and everyone that hunted with Us ended
   up with venison. I thought it to be a good year for hunting and a few
   well known poachers got busted. ;)
     

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« Reply #1276 on: December 15, 2012, 02:01:55 PM »
Thanks for the Kmart tip I was there at 20% off, 50% is alot better............Stock up before well you know.

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« Reply #1277 on: December 19, 2012, 11:04:37 PM »
  Buy your supplies and weapons now! Availability
  and cost are going to be in question. And I would
  Deffinately being hanging onto anything you have.
   2013 maybe the year the shit hits the fan.

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My goodness, and my fortress; my high tower, and my deliverer; my shield, and he in whom I trust; who subdueth my people under me.
O my God, I trust in thee: let me not be ashamed, let not mine enemies triumph over me.
 
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« Reply #1278 on: December 20, 2012, 07:46:07 AM »
Cuomo says nothing over 7 rds in a magazine.................

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« Reply #1279 on: December 20, 2012, 08:50:45 AM »
Cuomo says nothing over 7 rds in a magazine.................

good luck with that, mr. cuomo.
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« Reply #1280 on: December 20, 2012, 09:25:55 AM »
Anyone into long range shooting?  I have a Millett 4-16X50 mil-dot scope with an illuminated reticle I am considering getting rid of.  It has some superficial scratches from the rings otherwise it's fully functional in excellent condition.  This is a $300 scope but I'll let it go for $100.  It has the original box, a battery for the reticle, an attachable sun shade tube, a flip-top cover for the bell, and a soft cover for the scope.  It's a model BK81001 of you want to research it.  I have no use for it and I hate to see things go to waste - I'd rather sell it at a loss if it gets a good home.   ;)

That would be a sweet scope on a 7mm Rem Mag...
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« Reply #1281 on: December 20, 2012, 11:05:43 AM »


   Waiting to see what Obo ( piece and blessings be upon him) does
   when the Nutzies take to Sniping with single shot rifles.

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« Reply #1282 on: December 20, 2012, 11:08:53 AM »
Anyone into long range shooting?  I have a Millett 4-16X50 mil-dot scope with an illuminated reticle I am considering getting rid of.  It has some superficial scratches from the rings otherwise it's fully functional in excellent condition.  This is a $300 scope but I'll let it go for $100.  It has the original box, a battery for the reticle, an attachable sun shade tube, a flip-top cover for the bell, and a soft cover for the scope.  It's a model BK81001 of you want to research it.  I have no use for it and I hate to see things go to waste - I'd rather sell it at a loss if it gets a good home.   ;)

That would be a sweet scope on a 7mm Rem Mag...

Make me an offer - I have no further use for it.   ;)
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« Reply #1283 on: December 20, 2012, 11:09:51 AM »
Cuomo says nothing over 7 rds in a magazine.................

good luck with that, mr. cuomo.


I haven't seen that in any news outlets - source??
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« Reply #1284 on: December 20, 2012, 01:02:25 PM »
Cuomo says nothing over 7 rds in a magazine.................

good luck with that, mr. cuomo.


I haven't seen that in any news outlets - source??

I believe it's THIS that he's referring to.
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Re: Guns, Weapons and other tales.
« Reply #1286 on: December 20, 2012, 01:42:32 PM »


  Walmart, It's your fault!

   http://www.thenation.com/article/171808/how-walmart-helped-make-newtown-shooters-ar-15-most-popular-assault-weapon-america#

Well - just look at the source BB.  It's obvious the idiot who wrote that article has absolutely ZERO knowledge of firearms.  It looks like he "researched" it by simply going to websites and cut&paste shit ala Evil's style.   ::) ::)
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« Reply #1287 on: December 20, 2012, 01:45:21 PM »


  Walmart, It's your fault!

   http://www.thenation.com/article/171808/how-walmart-helped-make-newtown-shooters-ar-15-most-popular-assault-weapon-america#

Hey, doesn't EJ work there?

If he can blame a Bush appointee that Obo kept as the cause of Fema's nightmare after Sandy, does that mean we can blame HIM because he's employed by them?  Makes almost as much sense, right?

Also, I read the article and it notes gun sales have steadily increased yearly since Obo took office, therefore, we can blame EJ again for helping to promote increased gun sales.
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« Reply #1288 on: December 22, 2012, 01:11:09 PM »



    I wonder how many of the tube fed 22's will be made illegal or
    is tube fed not considered in this cluster fvck? I was holding a
    Win. 92. in 38/40 that holds 13 rounds.

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« Reply #1289 on: December 23, 2012, 01:02:56 PM »