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Thread: Wound Up Where I Wasn't Wanted........

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    Chanced to meet this 'lady' I had been advised about at a rural gas station. I had just taken a .45 1911 in to a smith to be fixed and I had NO ammo or mag.

    Yes. Asked for a ride homeLovin' all over me and I'm thinking "MY TURN!" HehHeh HooBoy! MY lucky day.....NOT.

    Pulled into her drive down a long country lane to the house. My imagination and testerone levels had no limit. I was in heaven......until three crazy looking punks appeared and ordered her and meoutta my truck. She got out and they surrounded my truck.

    Crap. Crap. All I could was hold the totally impotent, empty .45 up and wave it around. They stopped. I BACKED out of the area still waving the useless.45 auto.

    Never again will my weapon become useless. Some time later, there was murders and kidnapings on the Rolling Fork River.......close to that area. Nelson County Kentucky. I think they were involved.



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    Mitch, you just keep finding yourself in trouble these days lol.

    Glad you made it out ok.

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    I have a lot of these predicaments, though not so recent. Simply telling them for your enjoyment. They are 100% true. I look back and wonder......????

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    TheMrMitch wrote:
    I have a lot of these predicaments, though not so recent. Simply telling them for your enjoyment. They are 100% true. I look back and wonder......????
    ..and enjoy them I do =)

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    This story sounds like it would make a great country song!





    Got inmy truck to visit the Clyde the gunsmith.

    My friend Chesty, my trustyColt needed fixin,

    Clyde done good andChesty wasready for actionaction

    But my mind was on other things, and Chesty stayed empty



    Chorus:

    Always tap the mag, then rack the rail

    make sure you're loaded before you hit the trail

    Don't ever travel with an empty 1911

    Bad people are out there and you you're not ready for heaven.......


    He wore his gun outside his pants for all the honest world to see. Pancho & Lefty

    The millions of people, armed in the holy cause of liberty, and in such a country as that which we possess, are invincible by any force which our enemy can send against us....There is no retreat but in submission and slavery! ...The war is inevitable–and let it come! I repeat it, Sir, let it come …………. PATRICK HENRY speech 1776

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    Thundar wrote:
    This story sounds like it would make a great country song!





    Got inmy truck to visit the Clyde the gunsmith.

    My friend Chesty, my trustyColt needed fixin,

    Clyde done good andChesty wasready for actionaction

    But my mind was on other things, and Chesty stayed empty



    Chorus:

    Always tap the mag, then rack the rail

    make sure you're loaded before you hit the trail

    Don't ever travel with an empty 1911

    Bad people are out there and you you're not ready for heaven.......

    Nice job...I like it...Kinda ketchy!
    Speed is fine
    Accuracy is final

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    MrMitch, sounds like you need to be a little bit more careful about the strays you pick up.

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    his name is bond................james bond

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    Those three punks probably did you a favor by preventing you from catching something you could treasure to your dying day.

    There's things worse than getting shot.

    I'm hardly a puritan, but I'm just sayin'....

    Buy rice. Buy beans. Buy guns. Buy ammo.
    This is your final SHTF warning.

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    Thundar wrote:
    This story sounds like it would make a great country song!





    Got inmy truck to visit the Clyde the gunsmith.

    My friend Chesty, my trustyColt needed fixin,

    Clyde done good andChesty wasready for actionaction

    But my mind was on other things, and Chesty stayed empty



    Chorus:

    Always tap the mag, then rack the rail

    make sure you're loaded before you hit the trail

    Don't ever travel with an empty 1911

    Bad people are out there and you you're not ready for heaven.......

    OK Thundar, I HATE country music but I have to tell ya, I'd definitely buy this one! Just come up with a few more lyrics and you've got a hit there! *S*

    Or you could make it rock, just set it to music like Metallica's "Whiskey in the Jar"> LOL

    Got SIG? MOLON LABE

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    I love your stories MrMitch. they NEVER fail to entertain and usually give me a few chuckles as well. *LOL* Good going!
    Got SIG? MOLON LABE

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