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    Quote Originally Posted by daveski7 View Post
    Tell em' CR, why bring a knife to a gun fight!!!!!??????
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    How long is that rifle ? A compact weapon like this would be a powerful home defender along with a close in weapon most people who own guns already have. I don't own any firearms at this time but sure enjoy firing them . Now that my kids are older I might consider owning something . My second child firing my rifle in the back yard of the 'burbs was not my idea of good fun.

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    Quote Originally Posted by garryz View Post
    How long is that rifle ? A compact weapon like this would be a powerful home defender along with a close in weapon most people who own guns already have. I don't own any firearms at this time but sure enjoy firing them . Now that my kids are older I might consider owning something . My second child firing my rifle in the back yard of the 'burbs was not my idea of good fun.

    It's considered a mid length, because of it's 16 inch barrel. They do come with shorter barrels, and longer, but I consider this length a perfect compromise of bullet trajectory performance, and close quarter maneuverability. It also has a multiple position buttstock, which is really nice. It can be collapsed completely down, then can be extended out 8 different length settings, to fit most any size shooter. You'd love shooting this thing, Garry. Barely any kick, with a very high performance, flat trajectory round. You can rip off multiple shots in rapid succession, and not lose your aiming point.
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    I picked up a new cheap camera...here's a couple pics...I feed the deer to help keep them off the hunting land across the fence. This buck made it through hunting season

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    And tonight's moonrise...
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    Nice moonrise, Snowfan.

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    Breck from the B&B trail during a XC ski with Misty

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    Thanks MR. Those big moguls musta been made with some long skis.
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    Musta been rock skis:

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    Nice to see those trees coming up. Eventually enough dirt ought to fill in the cracks, grass will grow...perfect for a miniature golf business.

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    That is what Kneale's and my neighborhood looked like before it was developed. It was totally reclaimed from dredge rock. They had rock crushing facilities periodically to make fill for the development. We live on top of dredge rock that has been capped. Water runs continuously 5 - 10 feet down. If we have a big run-off some crawl spaces flood.

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