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Gracos Kid

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  1. Kowa, to my experience, is the Cadillac of spotting scopes. I can see .22 holes at 200 yards with mine....
  2. Prayers being lifted for you both......And remember my message to you earlier.... Gracos Kid
  3. I hold that right up there next to "Underwater Crocheting".....Should be a financial boom for some...….
  4. Charlie Harley, "The Onion Field" was a book written by Joseph Wambaugh about two police officers that were kidnapped by criminals and I won't share more and reveal too much of the story. Wonderful read if you are law enforcement minded...….
  5. A friend had this posted at his work station and I can't help but find it appropriate for this situation: "To allow another to determine whether I should be happy or sad, elated or depressed, loving or spiteful, is to relinquish control over my own personality, which ultimately is all I possess". I too have suffered a significant blow in the past, and it took me a while to realize that I was the only one suffering, not the persons who had offended my family. I believe, as we are instructed, to pray for the offenders is symbolically "heaping coals of fire on their head".....They will pay, as "vengeance is mine, sayeth the Lord".
  6. A friend was shooting Sporting Clays with his Stoeger SxS and couldn't hit anything. After patterning the gun into a large cardboard, determined that the barrels were welded together with one pointing northeast and the other pointing southwest......He quickly got rid of the gun as the quality was so poor......
  7. Weird article about current events ….. https://currently.att.yahoo.com/att/thousands-penis-fish-over-miles-164848905.html Close this content, you can also use the Escape key at anytime Miami Herald Thousands of ‘penis fish’ take over miles of this California beach. But what are they? December 13, 2019, 11:48 AM EST Thousands of ‘penis fish’ take over miles of this California beach. But what are they? The most frightening of the deep-sea horrors that lurk at the bottom of the ocean have nothing on the “penis fish.” Thousands of the pink, worm-like creatures were spotted washed ashore on Drakes Beach in California last week, according to Bay Nature. Photographer David Ford was walking along the beach on Dec. 6 after a storm when he noticed a large flock of seagulls feasting on something in the sand, according to Marine Independent Journal. The worms spanned for miles. “I had no idea what they might be...it went on for two miles,” Ford told VICE. “I walked for another half hour and they were scattered everywhere. There were seagulls lined up the beach the whole way having eaten so much they could barely stand. A quarter of them looked like they were still alive. The rest were dead, they had a dead sea-creature smell.” Biologist Ivan Parr wrote for Bay Nature that they’re actually called Urechis caupo, but more commonly known as fat innkeeper worms or “penis fish.” They’re native to California but usually remain underground and dig a “U-shaped” hole in the ocean floor to trap food, explaining their distinctive shape. Parr didn’t know exactly why they washed up on the beach, but thinks that it probably has something to do with the recent storm, he wrote in Bay Nature. This isn’t the first time “penis fish” have washed up on California’s shores, either. In October 2016, millions of fat innkeeper worms were spotted by beachgoers at Bodega Bay, per Sanctuary Integrated Monitoring Network. “There were so many, you could hardly help stepping on them,” Sam Earnshaw told SIMoN. “We didn’t walk to the north, but it looked like they continued up that way. There were lots of seagulls, but only a few would pick them up, wash them in the ocean, and reluctantly gulp them down. Sometimes they would just drop them.” The worms are also considered a delicacy in South Korea and are called gaebul, per The Guardian. They can be found in seafood markets and are typically consumed raw with a savory sauce, according to Atlas Obscura.
  8. As we all know, Remington has lost a tremendous amount of its luster recently....The article below is an interesting read..... https://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2019/05/01/magazine/remington-guns-jobs-huntsville.html?smid=fb-share&fbclid=IwAR0fD_cQ2d6PmCgTdC34Ykh9XqIvYI4XM8dWMycvrlJ631b9f0f7ULZE9w0 Try this link..... https://www.nytimes.com/interactive/...1b9f0f7ULZE9w0
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