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    Ho,Ho,Ho...Did Santa remember the OC'ers

    For me, yep...but only one handgun. A Dan Wesson 44. I had two a couple of years ago, sold one then the other and regretted the last sale. This just replaces it.

    I got another NEF Ultra slug gun which I've already rechambered to 3.75" and am using a new Blammy buckshot shell. It's the same .50BMG case blown out to .730 as my .730 DDR, but this one is shortened to three and three quarter inches. It will hold 3- .700 caliber round balls instead of the 1200 gr slug the DDR uses.

    The first batch are loaded, I just need to get to the range to test them.
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    Santa brought my wife a two tone Sig P239 2nd Gen SAS in .40 that she has been asking for to replace her G27 (if anyone is interested in buying her G27, PM me). He also gave me a Sig P226 Elite .40, a Benilli Supernova Tactical 12ga Pump to finish our HD armament, and a Sony ICD-PX312 voice recorder! It was a very good Christmas all around. We'll be going to the range later this week sometime.

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    Santa didn't get me much (no room in the sleigh with my son's new bicycle ) but hubby bought me a Lead Sled recoil-reducing rifle rest so I don't get bruises when I sight-in my 30-06 before hunting season.

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    We both got noise cancelling ear protection for the range, I got a Bersa Thunder CC, and a marsh mellow gun Damn that thing is fun!

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    Quote Originally Posted by PistolPackingMomma View Post
    We both got noise cancelling ear protection for the range, I got a Bersa Thunder CC, and a marsh mellow gun Damn that thing is fun!
    Remember, you must eat your kills!

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    Quote Originally Posted by architect View Post
    Remember, you must eat your kills!
    And don't ever shoot at the dog with it. Eventually, the dog figures out that the projectiles are edible, and begs for it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Riana View Post
    And don't ever shoot at the dog with it. Eventually, the dog figures out that the projectiles are edible, and begs for it.
    Or insists on it!


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    LOL. I'm not gonna say who it was, but someone at our family get-together kept insisting I use the marsh mellow gun and aim for his mouth...and it wasn't a pet...

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    Quote Originally Posted by PistolPackingMomma View Post
    LOL. I'm not gonna say who it was, but someone at our family get-together kept insisting I use the marsh mellow gun and aim for his mouth...and it wasn't a pet...
    Children and adults who act like children are also viable targets. LOL

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    He did not. Been a rough year.

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    I got a Traditions Pursuit blackpowder rifle with a leupold scope. And some pyrodex pellets, primers, and bullets.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PistolPackingMomma View Post
    We both got noise cancelling ear protection for the range, I got a Bersa Thunder CC, and a marsh mellow gun Damn that thing is fun!
    I bought the Bersa Thunder 380CC for my daughter for Christmas. Didn't think to get her husband the marshmallow gun.

    Oh well, there's always next year. (I bought him a gun last year.)

    Santa brought me the latest firearm on my list. Now to get a holster for it.

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    Santa got me a gun cleaning kit, which I already have and a pistol box, which I also already have.
    This is what happens when Santa waits until Christmas Eve to shop
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    Quote Originally Posted by PistolPackingMomma View Post
    We both got noise cancelling ear protection for the range, I got a Bersa Thunder CC, and a marsh mellow gun Damn that thing is fun!
    Gonna have to look for one of those for my next Con. Could come in handy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Steeler-gal View Post
    Santa got me a gun cleaning kit, which I already have and a pistol box, which I also already have.
    This is what happens when Santa waits until Christmas Eve to shop
    It's not like you can have too many of those things.

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    sho'nuff.


    My mother paid for my crossbreed holster order. Supertuck Deluxe for my PT145 inbound in 4-6 weeks.

    Still waiting for a serpa for the taurus...

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    I got some .45 ACP bullets for a gun I don't have. XD

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    remington 870 police magnum

    To replace an aged 870 that i passed to my son got 300 rounds of federal buckshot to blast through it during my next range visit could be a long visit ......plus a summit tactical sling to LGOC it suhweeet....
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    Sure is nice to see all the long guns!
    I may set up a long gun forum so we can talk about carrying them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by peter nap View Post
    Sure is nice to see all the long guns!
    I may set up a long gun forum so we can talk about carrying them.
    I am sure that Cali would love to see it.:thumbup:

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    Santa was planning to deliver coal to me so I had to go supply my own presents.

    I got a couple mag holders, an ATACS hat, shirt, pants & plate carrier, a Desantis holster (basket weave) for my FNP-45, some mechanix gloves, a couple 5.11 shorts and some cleaning supplies. All useful stuff! :-)

    Now if I could only win the 50 caliber rifle for my birthday all would be well.
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    Heck yeah he did. 19-3, vintage about 1969.

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    Dropped a Geissele two-stage trigger for the carbine down the chimney at my house... Thanks Mrs. Claus!

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    Quote Originally Posted by zoom6zoom View Post
    Heck yeah he did. 19-3, vintage about 1969.
    That's nice zoom!

    Next year ask or a 4" model 27 and you're set!

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    Dang, I guess Santa ran out of guns before he got to my house...either that or I was naughty....
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