Sentimental Firearms

Catherine1

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I really hope I created another sentimental firearm.

Today was the first time my grandson got to shoot his "new" Marlin.

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Great job!

Nice story and pictures.

I answered you on YOUR other thread - LINK.

Cate
 

Alexx1401

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Damn that poor girl was SOOOO damn talented and beautiful and just destroyed herself with drugs. Damn what a shame. I will never forget seeing her sing the National Anthem at a ball game. Was in some bar and the entire place went silent while she was singing. All of us saying damn, I have never heard someone able to sing that song well. :(
 

Alexx1401

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I’m sentimental over the M60 machinegun I was issued, but Uncle Sam made me give it back.
After I bought one of those remote controlled spot lights TheHeritic mentioned I thought hey this would be great to have a gun on the roof with a hand held remote. Have the spot light on top of the gun for those really annoying drivers :s0140:
 

GWS

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I'm going to say My Steyr Scout has the most sentimental value for me. I was a late bloomer when it came to hunting mammals and that Scout is what I took my first pig with. Years later, it went to Africa with me where it was a death ray harvesting impala, blesboks and hartebeest. A lot of great memories attached to that rifle.
 

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