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Unread 11-08-2018, 12:03 PM   #1
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Default 20th Annual Spring Southern

Just got the save the date email for April 25 to 28, 2019. Hard to believe the Spring Southern will be here before you know it and hard to believe we celebrate 20 years!

Mark your calendar and it is never too early to decide what guns you are going to take

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Already looking forward to it, and counting down the days!! Can't wait!

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Mills you must be some kind of mind reader as I have been thinking of what to take. It always seems like there are to many taken down but all of them see targets. This year I'm contemplating keeping it to one gauge the question is 20 or 16
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The gun taken may yet to be acquired. Looking to add some small bores and early guns
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Mills you must be some kind of mind reader as I have been thinking of what to take. It always seems like there are to many taken down but all of them see targets. This year I'm contemplating keeping it to one gauge the question is 20 or 16
That will never happen ! You are going to shoot three flats of shells and only shooting one gauge, nope you can't do it....
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Don't you dare do that! I'd suggest you check the springs and shocks on the pickup and load her up. Just leave enough room so Opening Day can squeeze a few in. Think of it this way the more you take the less wiping down you'll have to do per gun to remove my paw prints. Truth of the matter is that between the Drake's lot event, and the Ribfest tent city affair at Ernie's is where I saw better guns and learned more than under the big white tents.
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Here's the thing Brett I'll be driving this time as Eric will take his truck to Georgia as Ike will be going Quail hunting with us. The Impala will only hold so much.

At this time my thoughts are 20ga the 32 inch BHE, 30 inch GH Damascus, Boss hammer gun, Gunner's gun. 16ga 32 inch VR GHE, Purdy, 32inch grade 1 hammer gun, 30 inch CHE.

I can live with either of these choices
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And I suppose that, once again, Rich isn't buying any more guns this year
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I'm really trying to quit and have even sold a bunch of rifles. Doing good haven't looked at an internet site in months
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I fell off the wagon big time this year. I did just sell one, but now looking to find a replacement for it
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