A friend and I went dove hunting this last fall. We bounced all around the desert of southern Arizona knocking 12ga 7 1/2 high brass all over the cab of his Tundra. Afterwards we cleaned up everything we could find. Since then we've gone deer hunting, quail hunting and even gone on a camping trip to northern Arizona. Last week a friend asks Joe if he can borrow his truck for a date and they cut a deal that (we'll call him Matt) Matt could take the truck so long as he got it detailed. Joe and I were BBQ'ing when we get a call from Matt saying "COME DOWN HERE NOW!" We headed down to the Car Wash. We see the truck next to a big industrial vacuum which has a HUGE bulge in it's side. The cops are there and the owner of the car wash looks like he's going to pop one of the veins standing out in either his head, or neck. The teenage kid detailing the truck had just stuck the vacuum up under the seat and found a shotgun shell we hadn't !!!! The vacuum was completely mangled from the inside. Nothing to be salvaged. So my buddy and the manager came to the agreement that if he'd pay 250 of the insurance deductable that no charges would be pressed. Thats after the manager found out he could also be held liable! So while I had a good sadistic laugh , let that be a warning to all you hunters out there, check UNDER your seats, because while your fingers may miss that one rogue shell, the local car wash vacuum may not!