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Lifting a hammer doesn't necessarily mean time to work.
Unread 09-12-2020, 05:25 PM   #1
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Default Lifting a hammer doesn't necessarily mean time to work.

When I was younger, I swung a hammer for a living. Now that I'm older, I shoot a hammer for pleasure! As I watched the sun rise this morning, I thought of my days swinging a 2 lb hammer framing a home. This morning I was shooting a little heavier hammer, it was anything but work. As I shot these old guns, I thought of those who shot them in the past. Both guns are 140 + years old, and still doing what they were built to do. Nothing better than a cup of good coffee and the smell of gunpowder at sunrise!
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