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Ever see one of these AA shot bags?

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by moore5833, Mar 18, 2010.

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    Steve-used to buy buckshot that way-back when you could shoot lead at geese,but now i'm showing my age. You know-back when Elton John was a rising star.Perry
     
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    When I bought my first model 12 back in 1961, I also bought a Texan single stage reloader. Since I only shot 25 or 50 targets a week I didn't buy reloading stuff in large quantities. I still have a 5 lb. bag of Murdock shot. Somewhere in my basement is an 8oz or maybe a 1 lb Red Dot can. I used paper and felt wads, one reason my scores were not very good. Larry Evans
     
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    What is the dollar bill worth?
     
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    Steve I think it was pre Barry Manilow so I don't think you will want it in your room.

    Perry don't try to be nice to him see what it got you.

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    Never seen one, but I knew the man who owned the company that made them, DB Murph in Dallas, he was quite old the last time I saw him, in the 80's but he was a super nice guy

    The lead smelter was built in far west Dallas, the the city grew around it and the gummit forced it to shut down, and they built low income housng around it, then in the 80-90's the gummit spent millions of dollars cleaning it up because they said the lead in the dirt could effect the low IQ of the crack babies being born in the projects

    The funny part is they trucked all the dirt to Louisiana and dumped it, I guess the lead would only bother the poeple in the Dallas projects

    Another gummit fix
     
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