Nice! I did cringe a bit at flipping it shut. That's hard on the hinge. Single barrel shotguns like that aren't too expensive, but they're still good tools that'll last a lifetime with a little care. Maybe you could use a drill rifle, and save the shotgun for runnin' off the man from the bank. ;-)
You finally are ready for the game.
This one he got a princely racketThat's what I said nowGot some Big Seal upon his jacketAin't in his head nowYou marry him, your father will condone youHow 'bout that nowYou marry me, your father will disown youHe'll eat his hat, nowMarry him, marry meI'm the one that loved you baby can't you see?Ain't got no future or family treeBut I know what a prince and lover ought to beI know what a prince and lover ought behttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0z9qNuUJW3g
Leslie...This is bad juju.You should always treat a gun as if it's loaded even if you know it's not...You just might forget you loaded for bear a few nights ago, dip into the "shine" a bit, put on a lively tune, let the spirits move you and pretty soon you're dancin' with a wicked partner.Just wouldn't want to see you or anyone else get hurt or worse.There's martial arts and marital arts and it's wise not to confuse the two.
Luckily i dont drink or use drugs.I guess mardi gras, is bad JuJu then - because all the drill teams & military use rifles and gun, and flags etc, to dance/march with.
I miss the his & his Benelli shotguns my dad bought and had the stocks custom-carved by Italian artists for he & I. They were stolen by a moving company when we had to move across the country to different state. The moving company reimbursed us for the financial loss, but that was something that couldn't be replaced. The movers also stole a pre-Revolutionary War musket that has a matter of family heritage and history. Again, financially the moving company compensated the family for that, but the loss was unparalleled and something that cannot be replaced.
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