Can this pride be wrong?

Discussion in 'Gunsmithing' started by kc, Nov 23, 2012.

  1. kc

    kc Well-Known Member

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    Ever have a sucsess so good you want to jump around at the range, and act like a total fool?
    Well I kinda feel this way. over a year ago my uncle (Dads youngest brother) died he was never Married we always accused him of trolling the Nursing Homes with a bottle of VIAGRA.
    When he left the Military after KOREA he had a gun vice with some sweet rifles.
    4-M1GARAND my brothers wisely took away from me and 6SPRINGFIELDS one he was always working on ever since I can remember. my Brothers wisley took the other Springfields away and gave the one he was working on..I got it finished.
    Nice piece of wood had to work like a fool to keep all the lines tight it was a Fagen Rinhart
    thats all I know, well my Brother and my self orderd a prety good barrel and cut a set of threads worked like mad but I got to finished it,
    I started with 150grn bullets and cleaned the breakin period with lots of patches,
    went back to the range with a new load of 165grnSSTs first two shots filled the one inch red dot and two just on the edge.
    Now that may sound like well ok he has a desent shooter. I could have bought a new
    MK V WEATHERBY. Would I build another? never ever in my life.
     
  2. Clark0

    Clark0 Member

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    Today i want to say that If most christians believe pride is a sinful thing, then what do you when raising your children? I know that when my son does something, I praise him & tell him what a nice job he has done, etc. I do this because I want to give him self worth and confidence. But, this is technically teaching him to be prideful, isn't it? if anyone know here good suggestion than post here back i will appreciate it ??