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Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by JACK, Dec 30, 2010.

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  1. JACK

    JACK Well-Known Member Supporting Vendor

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    Not giving this away. But it is old and I reserve one picture to offer evidence as to what it is. I'll do that later.

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  2. recurvyarcher

    recurvyarcher Well-Known Member

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    A nose piercing tool.
     
  3. abbielew

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    MIA

    It is an Egyptian arrow used in the days of Pharaoh, they were tough boys.

    Birddog
     
  4. abbielew

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    Oh, Oh, I tink it looks like da Firing Pin of either a P or K shotgun

    birddog
     
  5. Onceabum

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    Don't know what it is but it's the best one I've ever seen.

    BB
     
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    Eay one! Shotgun bore gauge.
     
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    Hey Recurvy,

    I think I'll pass on gettinn any nose pierceins in the future then!!!!!!!!!!!!!.

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    shot gun choke gauge, I've got one just like it!
     
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    I would hazard a guess that kiv-c is correct.
     
  10. JACK

    JACK Well-Known Member Supporting Vendor

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    You pull the knurled end, slip pointed end into the bbl, release the knurled end and then pull it out to read constriction. C=cylinder, M=modified, and F-Full. But it works for 12, 16, 20 gauge guns. Kiv figured it out and Euro Joe has everything.


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  11. sliverbulletexpress

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    I thought it was an old shortarm injection tool for curing VD.
     
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    OUCH !!!!!!!!!!!
     
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    I've got one just like it!!!!
     
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    I think it is proceeded by someone putting a rubber glove...and if things don't go well then we're taking grape fruits.
     
  15. recurvyarcher

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    Actually, Sandy...it hurts a lot more to pierce your ears. There aren't a lot of nerve endings in the nostrils. I danced a classical style of east indian dance called Orissi in performances, and have both sides of my nose pierced so that I could wear the silver nose chain and pin when I was younger. Nobody ever notices, because I don't wear nose pins when I'm not performing, and I haven't participated in this style for quite a few years now.
     
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    Thought it was an antique rectal thermometr
     
  17. OzarkGun

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    I thought it was another one of those "put it back where it came from" tools.

    Jack
     
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    Here is an almost new one that I have had since about 1973. It cost 42 cents to ship it to me in those days. Probably about 5 dollars today. Works great. Enjoy the old stuff. Motordoc
     
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