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Discussion in 'Firearm Related' started by gunsmoker, Aug 5, 2008.
Saw this on a family outing the other day...
Went to a bar in my younger days. Sign out front said "All dancers possess at least a pair of .38's." Never felt safer or had a better time.
My mother and I went to Taco Bell the other day and our order total was $19.11 (ordering for the family). I laughed so hard my side started hurting.
Guess what my favorite Ruger rifle is?
went to Jason's Deli with my dad the other night and the total came out to 19.11 i told him that would make a great x-mas present he just started laughing
funny how this seems to happen. for a long time, I would wake during the night and look at the clock. It always seemed to be engine sizes. 454, 327, 350, 429, 132.... ooops. But you know what I mean. Also feels weird when you suddenly realize it also.
Man, you guys are killing me. Yesterday I just happen to catch 3:27 on the clock...then 4:54. Now I can't stop looking around for me.
Walther road sign, off Hwy 316 in Lawrenceville.
And here's the Remington Industrial Park, off Buford Dr. in Gwinnett Co.
Went by a 44 Winchester Drive in my neck of the woods the other day.
I never noticed it untill this thread but i used to live at 870 county road 223 and now my numbers are 1911. Cant believe i never noticed.
The Military Channel is on 223 on Mediacom in Albany
The truck license plate number
starts with 22LR
Just couldn't get to sleep last night, eh?
I was experiencing The Call of the Wild.
Funny, my bar number ends with 223. Reminded that I need a new gun all day, every day. At least Mon-Fri, lol.
I don't even know the number to my bar. I just know where it's at and when they're open.
I wish I had a BAR so that I could memorize
the last three digits of its number.
Oh, THIS Bar number?
Yeah, I have one of those too,
but its digits don't correspond to anything
firearm or ammo related.
Then I guess you're not a big gun?