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  1. The 3.74M serial number indicates May, 1945 manufacture. If the OP can pull the operating rod back and tell us what’s stamped on the side of the barrel, or better yet post a photo, that would help. Nice looking Garand.
  2. Wow, that’s interesting. Never would have expected one of these classes to include shooting from your own car. Sounds like a great way to make a “dry run” of what it may be like. Thanks.
  3. Maybe her insurance wouldn’t cover the restorative surgery and physical therapy so the most cost effective approach for the hospital was amputation. Whats the old saying?...tell a surgeon he can amputate and he’ll spend the night before the surgery sharpening his best saw, but tell him amputation is not an option and he’ll spend it sharpening his best scalpel.
  4. The result of a 20-yr crusade by the anti-gunners and media to demonize firearms and those who own them. Their plan is coming together.
  5. Like when discussing what may be wrong with the wife’s car a husband’s opinion doesn’t stand a chance against that of a man with his name on a patch on his coveralls.
  6. +1 The target retirement funds are a great idea...someone should have thought of them decades ago. Automatically reallocates based upon how aggressive you want to be. Want to be conservative? Pick a close-in target date like 2030. Want to be aggressive? Pick a far-out target date like 2060. I use a mix of both. My MIL uses EJ. She likes them because they provide a free lunch once a month at a presentation where they encourage her to churn her account, generating commissions for EJ. But if shes’s happy then my wife is happy and we all know that is priceless.
  7. Nice Orient. I’m watch guy myself. Took up watchmaking as a hobby a few years ago and now spend most of my spare time collecting, repairing, and selling vintage watches, primarily Longines, Omega, Seiko, and Rolex. A hobby that typically pays for itself plus some.
  8. Year? T-series? Love these Belgium Brownings.
  9. Perhaps from the same movie as this. She could sure strike a pose with a gun.
  10. Looks like 32-20. Could be correct.
  11. Looks like some people took the time to grab their carry-on belongings while people in the back of the plane were starting to cook. That surely held up the line inside and it definitely made them slower coming out the door because their hands were full.
  12. Cuomo was ranting on the news tonight because New Yorkers were disobeying his orders and strolling around parks in NYC...said more drastic measures may be necessary to get these people to obey. The Shepard doesn’t like it when the sheep don’t follow orders.
  13. Remember that rubbery taste? The youth of today wont have that memory.

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