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Signed my paperwork today

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Finally got to check out the Browning Maxus in both 26 and 28 inch barrel lengths. I liked the 26 inch gun and a clamper buddy works at the store knocked the price down a bit so I signed the paperwork. :roflmao3[1]: I get to pick up my Duck Blind camoed baby next friday.

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Glad you found the one you liked. I haven't seen one yet but I'm going to stop at the end of the lane and harass you next time I see your truck there. grin Would you mind if I just sat there and honked my horn for a while????? :smiley-innocent-halo-yellow:

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Wat to go . We are going to see a picture of it when its out of jail.

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... Would you mind if I just sat there and honked my horn for a while????? :harhar1[1]:
:smiley_green_with_envy: Sure, why should you be any different. Seems like most of the guys from your club like to sit there and shoot the breeze or beat on that gate with a big crescent wrench for ten minutes before they go thru it anyway. :smiley_green_with_envy: The Outdoor Sportsman in Stockton said they had a few camo Maxus' you could check out if you were so inclined to make the drive. Barnwood still has one 28 incher on their shelf but their price is pretty stiff.

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:yikes[1]: Sure, why should you be any different. Seems like most of the guys from your club like to sit there and shoot the breeze or beat on that gate with a big crescent wrench for ten minutes before they go thru it anyway. :1087: The Outdoor Sportsman in Stockton said they had a few camo Maxus' you could check out if you were so inclined to make the drive. Barnwood still has one 28 incher on their shelf but their price is pretty stiff.
Well I'll be darned. I didn't know anybody owned or knew how to use a big crescent wrench. Must be the other club. LOL I'll pass on the no BS at the gate when hunters are there. I'll tell the guy with the chopper to buzz you guys maybe he can herd some bootlips over towards ya???

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.....I'll tell the guy with the chopper to buzz you guys maybe he can herd some bootlips over towards ya???
Better yet, have that chopper buzz the Cherokee club and San Luis resivoir to get all those birds off the water. :huh:

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Have you got the shotgun yet? post a pic of it when you do.
Here's the pic Johnny.100_0469.jpgI love the new gun. It is by far the easiest gas operated gun I've messed with to tear down and reassemble for a quick cleaning. I don't know what browning did but this gun doesn't get hardly any powder and gas residue in the action. My Browning Silver gets alot of unburnt powder and gas exhaust in the action but it still keeps on running. This gun hasn't needed the action cleaned since I got it. I've pulled it apart a couple times only to realize that I was just wasting my time so I threw it back together.So far I've put 48 3.5 inch steel loads, 55 3 inch steel loads, 250 2 3/4 low base lead ounce and an eighth loads, and 100 one ounce lead target loads thru it with no problems. I just run a bore snake thru the barrel to keep the chamber clean and wipe the magazine tube with an oily rag at the end of the day and it keeps on eating up any ammo with a 12 on the headstamp.

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