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Old 01-08-2004, 06:48 PM
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Hey Brent

Brent,

Have you shot that cannon yet? Had to work today. Is the trail the knik bar even passable? If it is I will be out there this weekend.

Let me know if you know if that tril is usable. Thanx
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Old 01-08-2004, 11:23 PM
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Re: Hey Brent

No we didn't make it out yet, looks like tomarrow now, if it isn't snowing too bad. He's back over loading some more for it now.

He said we could get back there in the truck, I'll double check though... you know it's snowing out here... for two more days they say.

Sat, or Sun if it don't let up snowing, we need to check MV and PSI on it.
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Old 01-09-2004, 01:19 PM
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Re: Hey Brent

Last night he said you could get out there, it snowed about 4 more inches though. We're headed out right now. He just pulled in the driveway. Gotta run.
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Re: Hey Brent

Michael,
We made it out there no problem, we just shot at 100 yards to zero it in so we didn't need to up past the creek. Should be fine unless we get dumped on tonight, snow is comming down though, just might happen again.
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Re: Hey Brent

Well, I will try and get out there in the AM.
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