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Old 10-30-2008, 11:46 PM
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Wow.....you're giving Bub the benefit of the doubt that he made it to that point.


I definitely don't stay on my boat (on purpose....), and haven't been without a large group running offshore in questionable areas yet. I would likely have a piece on board otherwise.

Here's my pet Eagle.


Just wondering...

Has anyone had any problems staying on their boat during a poker run or fun run????

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Old 12-16-2008, 11:24 AM
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Well Santa brought the XCS today just in time for the two weeks on the "mut" down south....

http://www.remington.com/products/fi...ine_magnum.asp

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Nice! I'm looking for a cheap 1100 to set up for home defense.
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Santa must of felt good cause he also brought a 1911A1 Kimber .45 with laser sight in the grip....

I guess he knows that a Democratic Congress with a Democratic President might not help us defend ourselves a whole lot!
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Ruger Super Redhawk. 44 Magnum and in stainless....

Has the advantage of being easy to scurrry away out of sight, yet it is very accurate, carries a heavy punch and - most importantly - makes a big bang - which should scare away anyone who has evil intentions.

The super Redhawk can also load the hydrashock rounds as well as brass sabots. A brass sabot will go through almost any form of ships bridge. With the safety features you can carry six rounds.

First round would be a lightweight lead slug cutter with a high load slow burning powder, next would be two brass sabots then three hydrashocks....
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GLH, you know they have a stainless Marine mag version dont you?

I also have Mossbergs answer to it, the 590 Mariner.
I will admit I bought mine after seeing yours just because it looked so damn cool. I still havent fired it yet!
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heres a few toys I had out at the time. Just bring it I have plenty more

I hope thats a real mc and not cobray garbage.. if it's a cobray, get rid of it as fast as you can, they have a habit of swedging and I'm guessing you like having both hands.
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Santa must of felt good cause he also brought a 1911A1 Kimber .45 with laser sight in the grip....

I guess he knows that a Democratic Congress with a Democratic President might not help us defend ourselves a whole lot!
GL that Kimber looks familiar I have the 3" w/laser on the left, and 4" w/laser on the right

One for each of you
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Right now I'm favoring my Glock 19, have (2) 15 round mags and a 17 round mag. Easy enough to carry, will shoot straight and consistent even if you drop it in quick sand, and stock it with a 147 gr. Hydra-Shok and it will get your attention.
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GL that Kimber looks familiar I have the 3" w/laser on the left, and 4" w/laser on the right

One for each of you
I like the AR got one in July still have not fired it.

The guy tried to sell me a Taurus like you posted on the first page but revolvers like that seem to simple and remind me too much of my mental capacity!
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