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Re: Re: A Little Sad


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Posted by EIEIO on September 16, 2002 at 11:50:57 from (66.82.9.18):

In Reply to: Re: A Little Sad posted by Hogman on September 16, 2002 at 11:28:37:

Well I think I could manage a good shot. Way back in the dark ages I bought a Colt 45. Went to the police station to learn how to shoot it and a few other weapons. Also learned to take a gun apart and put it together correctly. They taught me to always respect a gun and ALWAYS treat it like it was loaded. The lessons came in handy because one day visiting my mother's farm, my "step=father" dared me to shoot his double-barrel shotgun. Set an apple on a fence post. Well I was about 100 lbs, I knew that shotgun was going to knock me on my kister if I didn't dig in, this is what he wanted, anyway I dug in with both feet, aimed and shot that apple clean in half. Not braggn just fact.

Dennis and I really should practice target shooting now that we can do it without having to pay a shooting range fee. DUH I forget we have enough space where we won't shoot anyone and/or get in trouble.


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