Discussion in 'The Water Cooler' started by Fix, Dec 17, 2018.
Good idea for rabbits.
Getting to watch my girl play in her first college game.
Having a big pot of salsa on the stove heating up to can....hubby giving OK on flavor.
Venison medallions and walleye with the family tonight.
Read the whole thing
First 14 Pints and 1 in frig. 15..over $50.00 worth
Now I buy old books at estate sales .this one on Arnolds March to Quebec had a bunch of news articles from 1975. Pic of...OH NO massive flooding in PA and NY..that flood actually destroyed my family home. Need to be shown to the climate change crowd. Then look at the restaurant. Prices. . Hubby was going through credit card data and said you go to the outback ? Yes took daughter to lunch.. $78.00?? Must have been a lot of drinks. No just 1 each....We could have gone to lunch 10 x's back in 1975 for that amount...lol
I love the stuff I find in old books.
Getting married in 19 days. Guess that’s pretty cool.
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Outstanding. Mine will play hers in a couple months. So much fun.
Congrats and best wishes to you both!
A quick morning pass shoot.
What a hoot!
Is that a old A5 is see your mitts around or a model 11?
BTW nice shootin TEX!
that was my dinner Friday night...with bacon.
pretty sure that's a Remington Model 11. Great guns.
@dnoodles That was what I was thinking too.
I own a St. Louis Steel Browning A5 from the 50's. Still a fine shooting gun! I don't believe in the 40+ years of owning it that it has ever had a malfunction.
this guy I know, or used to know, can't remember his name...anyway
he inherited a Remington 1916 Model 11 Sportsman 20 ga from his grandpa - it looked identical to this
100+ yo and the thing still shoots like a dream. I mean, so he told me.
He lent it to me once, what a nice guy. I just so happened to take my first buck at 16yo with that gun, shooting Rottweil Brenneke slugs in the smoothbore. Pretty accurate with those out to about 65-75 yards.
Mine is a 20 gauge with improved cylinder barrel. I bought it to shoot quail and deer. Lots of deer have fallen to it in my hands and others.
I shot my first buck at 14 with it. And Yep it loves Rottweil Brenneke slugs.
'my buddy's' gun had to have been produced 1930-1936; as 1931 is when the Sportsman was first introed in gauges other than 12. The gun has 3 birds on each side which means it was produced prior to 1937.
Not sure where the '1916' storyline was introduced into the family history. If I can find the guy on the intrawebs I will tell him he needs to run the SN through Remington's SN app...if it's still supported, that is.
Well look who it is!! Congrats to you both!!
Sorry fellas, it a browning.
I took 14 shot with it today.
Steel shot SUCKS
Remember lead 2 shot 3" mags, that would bring a goose down. Thing is then you have to eat them, cut with pork they make for good brats.
That has to be your sister! No way she’s marrying a fireman. Congratulations brother!
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