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I was robbed !!!

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Unread 10-03-2007, 12:28 PM
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They is an good point to this .

You all ways wanted to build you an new reloading bench .

Your can make an list of what you need know sence you have reloaded a year or two .

I would set an think of an wish list of all of the cool stuff that you did knot have before .


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Unread 10-03-2007, 05:06 PM
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Double edged sward

Meth has realy ben a scorge in recent years! If they stole the stuff for drugs they will rat out who did it for $$.
Wait a couple of weeks and put an add in the newspaper with a reward for info.
Had a toolbox taken out of the back of my pickup a few years ago. They found a lowlife with his hands caught in his car door a few weeks later and my toolbox found its way back in my pickup
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Unread 10-03-2007, 05:24 PM
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I feel for you bud, sure glad they didn't get your firearms as well.

I came in from work year before last and found someone had broken into our house. First thing I checked was two cases I had sitting in the hall from the weekends hunting trip. All rifles were there including my 270 A.M. Come to find out they had been at the house for over an hour, and from what we could find only took some high end fishing rels and a Dewalt rechargable tool set.

Good part is they caught the fu#$%'s but since nobody actually saw them go in or out of the house, all they could get them for was breaking into one of our vehicles. Of course thee were no prints which could be salvaged, and my stuf most likly went to the first construction site around for what ever they could get. We now have two alarm systems installed, and neither are easily over ridden. This is the newest one,
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Unread 10-03-2007, 09:06 PM
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I am very sorry to hear this. This is heartbreaking to hear that someone would do this. I hope they get caught and you can feel some sort of payback for what they have taken from you.
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Unread 10-03-2007, 09:35 PM
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I have a feeling that whoever took it was doing so for drugs , guns are very risky to sell so tweekers generaly won't take them unless its somthing they can sell easly like pistols , I'm gonna do my own little investigation to see if I can sniff out the gear. Crystal Meth is a huge problem in that area , kinda like the crack of rural white America.

Its always nice to need to get new stuff but getting the funds is the hard part !!

I have some pics of the gun up in the "equiptment review" section if anybody is wondering what it looks like since the makeover
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Unread 10-03-2007, 11:43 PM
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James I really hate to hear it. All I can say is that either they didnt see you walk in the store, or they got big kahones. Good luck recovering your stuff.
I admit that I know just enough to be dangerous.....but dangerous at ever extending distances.
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Unread 10-03-2007, 11:52 PM
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James; justice does happen occasionally. Couple of years ago, a guy ransacked our deer camp, broke into several of the trailers, shot up a couple of 4-wheel drives, then broke into a home nearby and took some stuff. He was stopped shortly thereafter on the road into town, probably driving erratically, (he had taken some wine from the home). After getting out of the vehicle and facing police, he ignored them and reached back in and came out with a shotgun he had also stolen. I never was able to find out how many cops shot him how many times, but we heard that it was just the right amount. Made me feel all better.

Hope they catch the turd that robbed you. If nothing else, you will know who he is.

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