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Funniest shooting movie ever

Discussion in 'Off Topic Threads' started by geeber, Jul 3, 2011.

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  1. geeber

    geeber Member

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    This is the old movie "Palm Beach Story". A bunch of drunk bird hunters,"Ale and Quil Club" get into a trapshooting match on a moving train. Enjoy! Gary B.
     
  2. Porcupine

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    Were they shooting 7½'s or 8's?

    LA in MA
     
  3. geeber

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    I'm not sure of the shot size but I think I used to shoot with some of these guys in rural Ohio in the 1970s. LOL Gary B.
     
  4. perazzitms

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    Was that supposed to be funny?
     
  5. capulona

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    perrazitms - It's slapstick humor. depends what tickles you
     
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    8's tickle, 7-1/2's smart! ....Rick
     
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    Just ask the guy Cheney shot in the face how much they tickle!
     
  8. Auctioneer

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    An area gone by. Nice looking Englishsetters.

    My greatuncle use to travel on the train to go hunting. He would pack his carry on bag and then with the leather outer strapes tie his gun to his bag. He would get his ticket and board the train. The person taking the tickets would call him by his name and say "going hunting again I see". That was all that was said about his gun on his bag as he rode the train.
     
  9. geeber

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    I sure know what you mean Auctioneer, I used to ride the school bus with my shotgun on Fridays and hunt rabbits on the way home. I only lived a few miles from the school and it was all farms on the way home. It is very sad to see the days of trust and common sense fade into the past. Gary
     
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