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Ok, I know it's "after hours," but my laptop just took a dump, and doing this on my phone takes forever.  So I may not be posting much, until I get something else going.  I'll be around, though:
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Just getting done at the ER. Bone is clear. No open fracture. I had controlled the bleeding and gotten the skin to lay back down. Doc came in and said no fracture or bone chip so wrapped it up in coban. Time to head homeland pack the truck up and get out and Shoot!!!!

Happy Memorial Day folks.

 :blink Daaaayum. Glad you're okay and with ten digits.

louie the lumberjack
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Good luck man,  hope you're ok.
Just getting done at the ER. Bone is clear. No open fracture. I had controlled the bleeding and gotten the skin to lay back down. Doc came in and said no fracture or bone chip so wrapped it up in coban. Time to head homeland pack the truck up and get out and Shoot!!!!

Happy Memorial Day folks.
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Good luck man,  hope you're ok.
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Well, I may have even beat Doc up this morning. I awoke at 0400 wide awake for
some reason. Not sure why, but here I am........Good morning everyone. And as Doc
said remember those who have served and those who didn't come home. Have a good
Memorial Day.

God Bless our Sheep Dogs!!!

You defiantly beat me up yesterday AM good Sir. But I am still awake lol. 0016 right now and I am hostage in the Flagstaff ER. I hate coming to the hospital but my ginger ran into my recently reprofiled and sharpened axe this evening. Went all the way to the bone. I was able to get the bleeding under control but the throbing, discoloration and chance I chipped the bone made me rethink not going to the ER. Luckily, it was on my left index finger so trigger finger is clear and shooting tomorow, or today, is gonna still be on. Lol.

Hope everyone has a great Memorial Day today. Remember those brothers who have not come home.
Memorial Day is great for a day off and a BBQ but it isn't the reason.
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If you're not hunting then one in .357 would make it a lot less expensive to shoot then most of the other lever gun chamberings.
Agreed for the most part but the .22 long rifle or the .22 magnum would be cheaper still.  Either of those rounds would allow you to have a fun day at the range or go out plinking in the desert without taking out a second mortgage.  In those calibers your best bet might well be one of the previously mentioned Henry rifles or possibly the Browning BL-22 .  Mossberg makes their new 464 model in a rimfire version as well but I've not actually seen one anywhere.  Winchester's 94/22 has gotten too pricey to take out and have fun with as have the Marlin model 39's.  In any event, a day spent wandering around the desert with a .22 levergun is just good clean fun.   ;-)

 
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i personally like henrys.

when i bought mine i went and tried alot. the rossi was terrible. the marlin was ok. mossberg tactical junk was just that. i think i looked at a winchester but it was just as smooth or lack there of as the marlin.
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General Firearms Discussion / Re: Purchasing lever action rifle advice needed
« Last post by Martimus on Yesterday at 10:39:08 PM »
I own three level action rifles, a Browning, an Ithaca, and a Rossi.  I like each of them in their own way.  Could they be better?  Absolutely... but each is reliable and fun to shoot.  :thumbup
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General Firearms Discussion / Re: Purchasing lever action rifle advice needed
« Last post by FACE on Yesterday at 10:25:06 PM »
That's a bold statement.
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I love tannerite. ;-D
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