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  1. #40
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    shall we get back to the Original Topic?

    the original question was
    I am looking at home protection shotguns. I am more comfortable with one over a side arm with most my teen and early 20's with my fathers old one cradled in my arms as i walk threw the woods.

    he didn't ask what YOU thought would be a good HD weapon. he asked what was the best shotgun.

    Not "hey what bazooka would dispatch a drunk the fastest"

    MY recommendation is either a Remington or Mossberg....

    good luck? and yes, a high quality RPG will do the job quite nicely
    I only drink a little, but when I do
    I turn into another person and THAT person drinks a lot

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    Claymores at all entrances will work nicely

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    Quote Originally Posted by ZeroTolerance View Post
    Claymores at all entrances will work nicely
    ok, ya got me there just remember to read the instructions
    I only drink a little, but when I do
    I turn into another person and THAT person drinks a lot

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    Quote Originally Posted by jmac00 View Post
    ok, ya got me there just remember to read the instructions


    Or




    Or




    Or





    And as a last resort, might I suggest



  5. #44
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    Benelli Supernova Tactical.

    It's not free, but it's one badass gage.

    I liked the Benelli M4 because of the pistol grip, but got the supernova on a superdeal, lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by the dangling wrangler View Post


    Or




    Or




    Or





    And as a last resort, might I suggest




    HAHA, I'll have to make sure I call WAYYYYY ahead of time and WAYYY outside the property line if I ever come to visit you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gasoilair View Post
    HAHA, I'll have to make sure I call WAYYYYY ahead of time and WAYYY outside the property line if I ever come to visit you.




    Make sure you bring some bones for my pups though





    The male(on the left) has gained about 15 pounds since this pic was taken in February. He was right at 90, last week. And he's not even a year old yet.

  8. #47
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    Gas, what part of CT are you in? I used to live near both of the casinos.
    Long before they were ever there.
    When what would eventually be Foxwood, was no more than a bingo game.
    Must have been the late '60's.

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    I love shepards. So beautiful and smart.

    I live in Waterbury. Its about 40 minutes from the casinos. They called this place the brass city back in the day when things were better, and work was plenty. Now its just slowly devolving into a ghetto, unfortunately. The taxes are ridiculous and its just getting worse every year. My place is a 3 family on 1acre and its $11K a year. Soon enough we're looking to pack it in and drag ass to a nicer state.

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    Looks like the one on the right needs to be put on jenny craig dangling :P How old is she?

    Come to Texas... Everything is bigger and better here

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    Quote Originally Posted by ZeroTolerance View Post
    Come to Texas... Everything is bigger and better here
    My dad has a ranch in Oklahoma, his cousin has a ranch in Texas. His cousin says, "It takes three days to cross my ranch in my truck." My dad says, "I use to have a truck like that."

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    Quote Originally Posted by ZeroTolerance View Post
    Looks like the one on the right needs to be put on jenny craig dangling :P How old is she?

    Come to Texas... Everything is bigger and better here
    The pup is just 9 months. The girl is right around 7 or 8 years. I honestly can't remember without looking at her papers. The wife unit probably knows to the day though. I do know, she's close to 100 pounds though.
    Hard to believe, the first week we got her, she almost died of Parvo. My wife saved her somehow. Nothing short of a miracle. Really strong bond between those two since then.

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    Ya, parvo can be nasty. Especially if you don't catch it soon. I want to modify my ak but can't justify putting $300 into it just to make it look "nicer"

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