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Recall philny1's pig story?

Phil's pig story came to mind with I saw this.


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    Re: Recall philny1's pig story?

    I guess I missed the story Roy. But that pic reminds me of a saying that gets used around here every hunting season. Usually while field dressing a large Bull.

    " I wish I had a pair like that,,,,,,,,,,,, Instead of these big ole ones I got"

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    Re: Recall philny1's pig story?

    Go here and scroll down a little.


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    Re: Recall philny1's pig story?

    Damn Roy, you have an excellent memory...

    I miss my dear friend Phil! I wish you all had the opportunity to have hunted with him.
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    Re: Recall philny1's pig story?

    OK, wait a min here, are those its NUTS?
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    Re: Recall philny1's pig story?

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    Damn Roy, you have an excellent memory...

    I miss my dear friend Phil! I wish you all had the opportunity to have hunted with him.

    Well, I kinda do everytime I pick up a couple of his rifles..........

    And I just read the pig stuff---that is damn funny and well worth passing on. Very very valuable information to have.

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    Re: Recall philny1's pig story?

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    Damn Roy, you have an excellent memory...

    I miss my dear friend Phil! I wish you all had the opportunity to have hunted with him.
    I never met him, but really enjoyed his posts and emails. I think of him everytime I shoot the LH LSS 338RUM that I got from Bearless.

    I wish someone would specialize in LH rifles like Phil did.
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