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Yeah. Here’s a pic my old college roommate took of me back in maybe ‘97 replacing a header collector gasket - used to go through them every 6 months or so. Probably not the safest way to go about it. Lol.
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...and now Marines get to use umbrellas too!

Thanks to all who have served in our armed forces - wether you got to use an umbrella or not.
 

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Finished refinishing my wife’s pawpaws 1952 Ithaca model 37 pump. First time I’ve done one - pretty happy with it. Old oil kept pulling out of the engravings and spotted the blue a bit but it’s in way better shape than before.




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In honor and recognition of all who served.Thank you to all our great veterans for your bravery, stepping up for your country when we needed you most, and standing at the ready in times of peace. Your sacrifice and commitment will not be forgotten
❤??? Semper Fi ❤???
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In honor and recognition of all who served.Thank you to all our great veterans for your bravery, stepping up for your country when we needed you most, and standing at the ready in times of peace. Your sacrifice and commitment will not be forgotten
❤??? Semper Fi ❤???
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Yea... what she said. Seriously though, thank you all.
 

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From a local homebrewers group...



...just call me Ned.
 
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That's so AWESOME! Almost cool enough to make me wish I had a big dent... ALMOST.
It cracked me up. I work with a guy who has the same dent. Somehow I think a non permanent version of Wile E. is gonna find his way there.
 

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Finished refinishing my wife’s pawpaws 1952 Ithaca model 37 pump. First time I’ve done one - pretty happy with it. Old oil kept pulling out of the engravings and spotted the blue a bit but it’s in way better shape than before.




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The ole slam fire model. If you hold the trigger after the first shot and just keep racking the slide, loading more shells in, it’ll fire every time the bolt closes without having to release the trigger. Pretty neat and probably why they stopped making them


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My niece for Halloween, my brothers at our littlest brother's wedding, Alaska pipeline a year ago, drinking a martini from an ice glass in an ice building, my 2014 Escape 2.0T, and maybe a picture of my pistols (assuming it will load).


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The ole slam fire model. If you hold the trigger after the first shot and just keep racking the slide, loading more shells in, it’ll fire every time the bolt closes without having to release the trigger. Pretty neat and probably why they stopped making them


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My Dad had one of those in 16ga. And yes, if you held the trigger it would fire every time the slide was activated. Unfortunately one of my step relatives stole it when my Dad died. It was the first shotgun I ever shot. His also had that upland game scene on the side of the receiver.
My Dad had very poor vision in his right eye, so the US Army in WWII taught him to shoot left handed. His Ithaca had a left handed safety, I'm right handed and shoot right handed, when I first started hunting with that gun, clicking the safety off took a conscious effort.
Thanks for the picture, brought back some good memories.
 
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More appropriate on a Road Runner.......


 
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