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    This is the kind of stuff that would result from several too many beers while waiting for the water to go down after a rain....I didn't see a LRO logo on that tank...might be able to convert one of those whippy antennas into a full flex flyrod in a pinch.

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    might solve the otter problem

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rog 1 View Post
    This is the kind of stuff that would result from several too many beers while waiting for the water to go down after a rain....I didn't see a LRO logo on that tank...might be able to convert one of those whippy antennas into a full flex flyrod in a pinch.

    The LRO sticker is on the back of the turret so people can see it, while they eat my dust, as I drive up the gravel road at Treemont.
    Last edited by BlueRaiderFan; 03-04-2010 at 01:54 PM.

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    I have a Sherman on order. When the bears and otters are taken care of
    lets go to Boston. I always wanted to shoot a can of Baked beans or a
    can of Clam Chowder.

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    Well being prior NAVY, I suppose this'll do the trick in high water conditions... funny, I didn't see these near the ultrathon and other repellants at the shop...Daniel - where do you keep the good stuff

    May you find a rise in every puddle... - WATERBORN

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    I often thought a tank would help me get through traffic in Sevierville/P.F. a lot quicker!

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlueRaiderFan View Post
    We can clean up the riff raff as well.
    GaaaHolly.. geee...

    You can stay in Swine Co. NC and spend a life time doing it right there.

    You can start tonight at your dinner table.

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    I think park regulations as of February allow tanks as long as they are concealed and you have a permit.
    Charlie B

    His eye is on the sparrow and I know He watches me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Principal View Post
    lets go to Boston. I always wanted to shoot a can of Baked beans or a can of Clam Chowder.

    If I may make a suggestion.

    For a real cultural shock for you Bama-Boys, head on over to East Boston's Little Italy.

    They serve their spaghetti on a plate, not in a bowl.

    Fingers are not permitted, ask the waiter, he will show you how to use a fork.

    As always, more than willing to teach the unwashed.

    AK Skim

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