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Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by Oleg Volk, Oct 15, 2007.

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  1. Oleg Volk

    Oleg Volk Moderator Emeritus

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    Nice...I love shotguns. Nothing brings back memories like an ol' wooden shotty...uncles, Dad, family.
     
  3. Cannonball888

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    I didn't know Saiga made wood stock shotguns. Is that a custom one?
     
  4. BlackBearME

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    That immediately caught my eye, too.....I'd bet dimes to dollars that's BRG3's work.

    Mmmm, Saiga.
     
  5. ClickClickD'oh

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    That is a really, really nice looking Saiga.

    I see it caught more than just my eye.
     
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    If that tree's not careful, its gonna shoot its eye out :D
     
  7. Oleg Volk

    Oleg Volk Moderator Emeritus

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    The really dangerous shotgun was that SxS 16ga Baikal. Nasty muzzle rise that game me a headache from one round fired. Saiga had no felt recoil. 20ga 870 was the shotgun most used by my model.
     
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    There should be a comma after the word "hunting."
     
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    BEAUTIFUL, oh and the shotguns are nice too.
     
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    The pluses are just too many to name.

    Great pic, by the way, since I don't think I said it before.
     
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    Ah, the old serial comma controversy, I know thee well.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Serial_comma

    "There is no consensus among writers or editors on the use of the serial comma."

    Of course, with certain sentences, it is amost required to make sense of what the writer intended:

    "My favourite types of sandwiches are pastrami, ham, cream cheese and jam and peanut butter."
     
  12. Red Dragon

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    I just remember my english teacher back in middle school beating the whole "comma and, comma but, comma or" thing into my head.
     
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    :DGreat job, Oleg!:D

    Your a-human-right.com website was one of the first things I read when I began considering becoming a firearm owner. It was refreshing to see positive images of firearms owners... people of all races, walks of life, and genders. Normal folks, with many interests, who also happen to enjoy shooting and have made a rational choice to exercise their 2nd Constitutional right... just like I have.

    Somehow most gun images, expecially from the gun magazines, lend a kind of shadiness to gun ownership... especially when the captions describe the ultra-ballistic, explosive tactical potential of the must-have combat gun of the season.:barf: Thanks for not being that kind of gun photographer!
     
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    A friend of mine testing out Grant Early's U-15 stock in Nevada.
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    Me with one of my favorite rifles, a beat-up 1943 SAKO M39 shooting my own homeloaded x54R rounds using nothing but a little lee loader kit. Don't let its looks fool you - I can blow three out of five soda cans up at 80 yards with that rifle. I'm also pretty nearsighted. Also in Nevada.
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    Another good one, Oleg.
     
  17. NeoSpud

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    Seriously, who makes that wood stock for the Saiga? It's BEAUTIFUL!
     
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    The wood stock on the saiga is custom. There's a guy on the saiga forum who sells them.

    never mind, someone already posted the link.
     
  20. NeoSpud

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    Thanks Chris, my powers of perception can be fooled every once in a while :p
     
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    Oleg is beginning to pay attention to me.
    Three out of four shotguns are Wood-n-Blue - :D

    Great Poster with a great message.
     
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    Oleg,

    Very nice typography and design. The semi opaque banner looks great too.

    Did you use a warming filter in PS?
     
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