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Dutch Wheeler

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So, I was cleaning my H&R Pardner Pump Protector shotgun yesterday after playing with it out on the range, and noticed something a bit peculiar.


The receiver is clearly stamped with "PARDNER PUMP"...


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But the Barrel is stamped "PARDNER RUMP"! :unsure: :D :lol: :blink:



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Anyone else out there with a Rump Shotgun?



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Dutch.

 

Not a gun, but I do have one of those clocks that plays various bird sounds for each hour, (made in China). At 3:00, it plays a Ringneck Pheasant call, except the picture of the Pheasant is labeled "REDNECK PHEASANT". Funny since the Ringneck Pheasant is native to China.

 

Irish Tom

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Dutch.

 

Not a gun, but I do have one of those clocks that plays various bird sounds for each hour, (made in China). At 3:00, it plays a Ringneck Pheasant call, except the picture of the Pheasant is labeled "REDNECK PHEASANT". Funny since the Ringneck Pheasant is native to China.

 

Irish Tom

 

Huh!

 

Sassparilla Kid found one o' them clocks out in the garage last weekend... I'm gonna have to go home tonight and check that out! ^_^

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Dutch.

 

Not a gun, but I do have one of those clocks that plays various bird sounds for each hour, (made in China). At 3:00, it plays a Ringneck Pheasant call, except the picture of the Pheasant is labeled "REDNECK PHEASANT". Funny since the Ringneck Pheasant is native to China.

 

Irish Tom

English is not however. kR

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I thought everyone knew that a "Redneck Pheasant" was just a second generation "Ringneck Pheasant" living south of the Mason-Dixon . ;)

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I have a step ladder made in China. The safety label states:

"Do not shift ladder while standing on rungs."

The problem is they left the 'f' out in the word shift.

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I have a step ladder made in China. The safety label states:

"Do not shift ladder while standing on rungs."

The problem is they left the 'f' out in the word shift.

I think that's the action that happens when you do shift the ladder! :lol:

 

Kajun

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I have a step ladder made in China. The safety label states:

"Do not shift ladder while standing on rungs."

The problem is they left the 'f' out in the word shift.

 

Well, that's even funnier than my Rump Shotgun! :lol:

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I have a step ladder made in China. The safety label states:

"Do not shift ladder while standing on rungs."

The problem is they left the 'f' out in the word shift.

How do you know that's not what it's supposed to say? Seems like pretty sound advice to me

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