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Originally Posted by Ted Schefelbein
The white line spacers are jarring, no? Would anyone object to eliminating the two of them?

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I could definitely live without the white-line spacers.


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Originally Posted by Tom Findrick
Originally Posted by Ted Schefelbein
The white line spacers are jarring, no? Would anyone object to eliminating the two of them?

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I could definitely live without the white-line spacers.

I like the white-line spacers. Reminds me of the 70’s.


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The white line spacers go well with your Oldsmobile.

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would be nice if they are truly just loose white spacers....just take them out..and save them for posterity...otherwise grind them off....or color them black....


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Originally Posted by HomelessjOe
The white line spacers go well with your Oldsmobile.

And lime-green leisure suits with white shoes and matching belt.


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Originally Posted by Tom Findrick
Originally Posted by HomelessjOe
The white line spacers go well with your Oldsmobile.

And lime-green leisure suits with white shoes and matching belt.


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Originally Posted by lonesome roads
[quote=Tom Findrick][quote=HomelessjOe]The white line spacers go well with your Oldsmobile.

And lime-green leisure suits with white shoes and matching belt.[/quote


Holy polyester, Batman.
He probably generated enough electricity by walking to power Cleveland.


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let's get one thing clear....them ain't white shoes....


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Originally Posted by lonesome roads
Originally Posted by Tom Findrick
Originally Posted by Ted Schefelbein
The white line spacers are jarring, no? Would anyone object to eliminating the two of them?

Best,
Ted.


I could definitely live without the white-line spacers.

I like the white-line spacers. Reminds me of the 70’s.


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Weird. They remind me of the 80s.



Even weirder, when I see you post, I think of Tim Bits and Poutine.

Facing Windsor, of course.

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Ted, I like that gun just the way it is. I like using a 20 for jump shooting ducks, and light as that one is, it would be perfect for me. Should you ever decide you wish to sell it, keep me in mind. I would ask that if that happens, that you write a note with a few details about your friend, stick it in a baggie and if there is a bolt hole in the stock under the recoil pad, place it in there. That's one way to remember a good man...

Mergus


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