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    The sinews of war.

    Well, Padilen's weather has pushed down. It was in the 20's last night, and going there again tonight. That should move some ducks. Time to load the sinews of war. Tomorrow I hunt to the north. Meet up town at the gas station at 4:30 am...feet on the floor at 3:45. I love duck hunting. My partner tomorrow will be a young guy in his early 20's. One of our former Eagle Scouts. He called and invited me. Says he has them scouted out. I bet he does, his grandfather owns one of the finest duck marshes in Northern Indiana.

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    Well lets see some shotguns then, waders are boring. A nice brace of side-by-side Purdeys or do you hunt from something like this? th-12.jpeg
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    Click on that picture big fella. Then click it again, it's huge. Take a good look on the tailgate. BTW, my cousin down the road has a set of those tracks for his Ranger...they are awesome in the snow.
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    No Purdeys in inventory. Ducks get hunted with Benelli Novas and Super Black Eagles. I do have a very sweet Parker 20 guage that I use for upland hunting occasionally.
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    Your scatter gun was so well camouflaged I didn't see it. Hopefully neither will the ducks. Apologies for the Saturday Silliness but a chain gun on a Ranger was just too good to pass up considering your post's title.
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    It is cool. The tracks are necessary to get through the brass.

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    Besides, that was a classy title:

    sinews of war, the
    The Oxford Dictionary of Phrase and Fable | 2006 | ELIZABETH KNOWLES | 221 words | Copyright
    sinews of war, the the money and equipment needed to wage a war; the phrase is first used in English in the mid 16th century, and refers to the Fifth Philippic of the Roman orator and statesman Cicero (106–43 bc).
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    I am getting an education today. A history lesson and a chain gun, Beatles music too; what could be a better Saturday?
    Maybe a cheater gun like this? Don't tell Zdiver or he'll order one to bring to Moab.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fred View Post
    I am getting an education today. A history lesson and a chain gun, Beatles music too; what could be a better Saturday?
    Maybe a cheater gun like this? Don't tell Zdiver or he'll order one to bring to Moab.
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    Not much of a gun Fred. I suggest a 20mm Vulcan for a true stopper.

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