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The importance of being Solid

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Roy, it was an honor to finally meet up with you. We must shoot again. As far as the mat goes, well,,,,it done my heart good to see you get the bipod off the mat and in the gravel. 1000 yards for your rifle is not much of a challenge, you have a real beast there. You and Kirby didn't leave anything out, she is a shooter. Thank You for letting me take her for a test drive. That was mighty nice of you with the price of fuel these days.

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is that a 375 Allen Magnum? why the 20 dollar bills ?
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    is that a 375 Allen Magnum? why the 20 dollar bills ?
    Yes it is a 375 AM. The reason for the 20's is, I didnt have any 100's.

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    Broz,

    Tightened up that brake to eliminate the cant.

    She was digging a hole on the right side in this blow sand.

    Looks better too!
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    Yes it is a 375 AM. The reason for the 20's is, I didnt have any 100's.

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    Broz,

    Tightened up that brake to eliminate the cant.

    She was digging a hole on the right side in this blow sand.

    Looks better too!
    Roy, If you haven't named her yet you could always call her " The Excavator"


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    Funny stuff Broz, I like the name.
    Great looking rifle Roy. I can't quite make out which bipod you're using?
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    Yes it is a 375 AM. The reason for the 20's is, I didnt have any 100's.

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    That's a good one! Funny!

    That's what I call answering a question in a way that begs for another question.

    OK! If you had had the 100's what would they be for?
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