Was Removing duct tape residue, now guntalk

From: Jeffrey S. Worley <Technoid_at_30below.com>
Date: Wed Jan 29 20:57:00 2003

My Mauser was restocked at some point with a nice wooden hunting stock
with a silver 'pommel'. It seems like everyone I know has one of these
old S. American rifles.... Most are made in Lowe Germany. Even my
brother has one.

Once when he and I were out at the 'informal range' here in Florida, he
drove the spindle out of a connor 3.5" hdd at about 50 feet with a .357
wheelgun fireing .38 rounds. I was seriously impressed.

I keep them mainly for target shooting, but I once had a break-in
intruder who was very sorry he'd picked my house to rob. I didn't shoot
him. Didn't have to. I came into the living room with my 30-30,
leveled it at his chest and said 'give me your wallet'. He did and then
I let him go.



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Sent: Wednesday, January 29, 2003 9:02 PM
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Subject: Was Removing duct tape residue, now guntalk

> I always find it interesting that computer types would also be gun
>nuts. I've got a 1942 Soviet Musen Nagent (Spelling?) 7.62x54R, a
>era Savage 30-06, and a .380 handgun. Cabela's has a good stock of
>various odd ammunition sizes, including 7.62x54R.

I believe that it has to do with "protecting" our precious computers, or
maybe the family ?
BTW, I prefer muzzle loaders (45 and 58 cal) and saddle guns

                                                      Rich Stephenson
                                                      Lake Berryessa,
Received on Wed Jan 29 2003 - 20:57:00 GMT

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