.44 farm rifle post

brain fart.
clear the area.
was supposed to go to rec.guns, the next group up the line in my viewer.
I hate it when I do that.
Steve
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SteveB
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--With that caliber it sounds like you're dealing with two-legged varmints. I'd opt first for the 12-gauge. Less chance of missing and killing your dog or a neighbor half a mile away..
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steamer
I am a big proponent of shotguns for home defense weapons for the same reason.
Steve
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SteveB
Way OT but my bed mate is a 1911 .ACP with Glaser safety slugs.
Rob
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Rob Fraser
"SteveB" wrote in news:lsnk75-gal1.ln1 @news.infowest.com:
Here's another vote for the Ruger carbine.
Compact, reliable, and quite accurate.
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RAM³
Thanks. Haven't heard from you in quite a while. Is RORT still as juvenile and pedantic as ever?
Steve
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SteveB
"SteveB" wrote in news: snipped-for-privacy@news.infowest.com:
There's a Troll that some haven't filtered out yet but, otherwise, it's SOS.
BTW, you moved out of Vega$ about a week before I got there.
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RAM³
We still HAVE to go there about once a month. I love it every time I leave.
Steve
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SteveB
"SteveB" wrote in news: snipped-for-privacy@news.infowest.com:
We spent a week in Sam's Town's long-term lot, played tourist, and ate a lot of ST's $5 Steak-and-Egg meals.
This was in early May.
As to enjoying the exit, I feel the same way about Houston, TX, after working there for 37 years.
Large cities have an aura of stress, pressure, and inhumanity that can be felt long before they are entered and long after they've disappeared in the rear-view mirror.
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RAM³
I lived in Houston for about five years. Went to commercial diver's school there. I always said when you are approaching it from San Antonio on I10 it looked just like you were driving under a rock. There's nothing about Houston I miss.
Steve
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SteveB
"SteveB" wrote in news: snipped-for-privacy@news.infowest.com:
As I said above, large cities have an aura. This matches with your description of a rock - a big one.
The only thing I'd miss about Houston if it were to totally disappear would be my pension checks.
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RAM³

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