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Unread 02-05-2015, 01:53 PM   #21
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One thing is for certain our Parker's will be Reliable
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Unread 02-05-2015, 02:09 PM   #22
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Ya.....Old and Reliable.
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I'll be there with my 16 ga. Trojan. If I remember correctly, I promised Edgar that he could shoot it.
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I'll be there with my 16 ga. Trojan. If I remember correctly, I promised Edgar that he could shoot it.
That settles it. I'll be there, same camping spot as usual.

And, by "shoot it" you mean I can point it down range and let shot fly? Only reason I ask is every time I see someone throw a new gun up to their shoulder, they say something like "Wow, I could shoot this gun". Well, Duh..........so could I. Now, hitting stuff, that's another matter entirely.
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"Wow, I could shoot this gun". Well, Duh..........so could I. Now, hitting stuff, that's another matter entirely.
Edgar your getting just a little to technical in your old age.
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Edgar, I'll be sure to pick up some spreaders from Morris. You'll hit something with'em.
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I'll be there with my 16 ga. Trojan. If I remember correctly, I promised Edgar that he could shoot it.
That makes a second 16ga Trojan he's going to have to do a clinic with: he still hasn't blessed mine

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Why would we own a Fox when we have a Parker?
Hey Scott.....better check with "Ansley" Frey on that one!!!

I LOVE IT! It's only February and already the hash is slinging!!
Robin and I haven't even formalized this year's FPC Tee Shirt....LOL!
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It'll be a Fox in a henhouse full of lamps and coffee grinders. You know, the reliable stuff!!
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Also as in last years event this years Northeast SxS Classic will be host to the Fox/Parker Challenge. So please if you intend on trying to qualify for team Parker please see Dave Suponski.I can be found at the PGCA booth where we will have a sign up sheet.
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