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Buckshot Bear

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  1. To me 3 would be the perfect bbq'd snag.
  2. You're in for a ride that you are going to enjoy!
  3. A BULLOCK TEAM - 1894 A bullock team in Scott Street, Warracknabeal.
  4. G'day Pards, I've seen a fair few Youtube vids where U.S clubs have laser cut out six shooters in thin wood and painted a bright colour for the spotters to hold. Would anyone have a Vector file of a six gun silhouette file that they could share?
  5. I absolutely will do Mohawk, he stepped down as Single Action Code Captain this year but is still in charge (we let him think ) and Bonnie still takes very good care of us with her wonderful catering.
  6. I bought 5000 Federal SPP for $180.00 last week from a gunshop, finally something cheaper here than in the U.S, I better get more because $60 a thousand in the U.S is gonna equate to a lot of pain down here!
  7. Aussie Stampede on the golf course GDRwvRkSfqZDubsCAATs0hXjpkcsbmdjAAAF.mp4 GDRwvRkSfqZDubsCAATs0hXjpkcsbmdjAAAF.mp4 GDRwvRkSfqZDubsCAATs0hXjpkcsbmdjAAAF.mp4
  8. My Blue Heeler wouldn't stand a chance at just 40kg, but he would certainly give his life trying.
  9. Some Richard Cranium decided the 7th of April this year would be the time for us to wind out clocks back for Winter. So we have another month of daylight saving, it goes well with the heat waves
  10. Australian Women's Army Service (AWAS) and Women's Royal Australian Army Corps (WRAAC) The formation of the Australian Women's Army Service (AWAS) was authorised by the government on 13 August 1941 to "release men from certain military duties for employment in fighting units." The AWAS was the only non-medical women's service to send personnel overseas during the war; in 1944 and 1945 AWAS served in both Dutch and Australian New Guinea. By 30 June 1947 all members of the AWAS had been demobilised. Facing a severe manpower shortage due to the demands of the Korean War and national service in a time of full employment, enlistment for the Women's Royal Australian Army Corps (WRAAC) began in April 1951. In the late 1970s female soldiers began to be integrated into the Army at large and in early 1984, the WRAAC was disbanded. Image: AWAS who arrived in Lae from Australia wait for the trucks to transport them to the AWAS barracks at Butibum Road, New Guinea, 1945
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