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Old 05-20-2008, 05:23 PM
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this boat has made it through at least 8 hurricanes that I know of, what is it ? and the last pic was of a jagaur cat at garrison bight. (oops , first pic
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one more , had a bit of odor
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Looks like a Rybovich 30.

You know, the 338 Lapua makes short work of those gulls from a thousand yards out. They look like you stuffed grenades up their rears when you hit them.
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Looks like a Rybovich 30.

You know, the 338 Lapua makes short work of those gulls from a thousand yards out. They look like you stuffed grenades up their rears when you hit them.

Those are not gulls. lol
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cormorants, and I thought the lapua was only legal for ground hogs.
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Like I know my marine birds.
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Like I know my marine birds.
I was honestly of the impression you do know everything.
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I could write a book about all the things I know nothing about.

...or maybe I couldn't. Shoulda' thought that one through a little better.
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one more , had a bit of odor
is that the sail boat in the back ground that was washed up in the back of key west?
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is that the sail boat in the back ground that was washed up in the back of key west?
Sure is. He posted some pics of it in the thread in the bilge forum.

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