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Happy Thanksgiving

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by 12 Volt Man, Nov 26, 2003.

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  1. 12 Volt Man

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  2. Sunray

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    Eh? Thanksgiving was 6 weeks ago. But thanks anyway.
     
  3. 12 Volt Man

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    Dang it. Sorry, I forgot about the "gun related" rule. Lock the thread if you must :( , but we could talk about what kind of caliber is best suited for big bird :D .
     
  4. Langenator

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    Is Big Bird flightless or can he take wing? I'd hate to try shooting a shottie big enough to bring him down...

    Unless, that is, Stinger missiles become street legal.
     
  5. BluesBear

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    What guns did the Pilgrims use to kill the turkey's for the first Thanskgiving?

    Happy Thanksgiving to each and all.
    Celebrate the day and count your blessings.
    Don't forget to tell at least one person that you love them today.
     
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    The question about what caliber you'd need for Big Bird brings another sick question to mind...
    How much firepower would you need for Snuffleupagus?
    And Happy Thanksgiving to all my fellow THRers.
     
  7. 280PLUS

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    Wha gun was used by the pilgrims to kill turkeys?

    Mohe-guns?

    happy day you turkeys...

    :D
     
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    A 45-70 will bring down Big Bird, Snuffleupagus and Barney.

    Oh yeah, All ya'll have a very find Thanksgiving!
     
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    We don't do thanksgiving here. The turkeys are more or less safe for another month or so. As for the big bird, a Polsten should do the trick :)

    Happy eating!
     
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    Happy Thanksgiving!!!:)
     
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    Happy Thanksgiving everyone!


     
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