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MIA...TM1 stock... F/S

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by JACK, Sep 13, 2011.

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  1. JACK

    JACK Well-Known Member Supporting Vendor

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    $400. Call Jack 715-262-8556, email or PM. Stock is full length and neutral. 4 way comb
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    $400 is a very fair price for this. A $250-300 without the adddition of the 4 way and the professionally fitted pad. Great color on this unit. $400, dont' miss this.
     
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    This TM1 stock has good manners and was personally trained by the BIG DOG, and our good buddy..."Kraker-Jack" Swanson. It is bargain priced and comes complete with an autographed photo of this legendary SHOOTING STAR in action !!!


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    LOL thats funny right there, dont care who you are
     
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    I ask you now... did smoke butcher me up or what? Original
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    This from Iowa state shoot in 2010. Was a lot younger then.
     
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    Jack,

    I'm working on putting together a collector set of BUBBLE GUM TRADING cards for a TS.com holiday fund raiser. Pre-orders are just $29.95 per pack, or you can send me $100.00 to be excluded!

    T.P.S. & EuroJoJo are you listening???
     
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    Smoke is a Chi-town "kraker. Those folk are spelling challenged.
     
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    Mr. Swan-song,

    You have been affectionately nick-named "KRAKER-Jack" in honor of your extraordinary shooting skills and because of the seriously inappropriate and pejorative connotation of the term CRACKER...

    Allow me to familiarize you with the etymology of the term CRACKER:

    According to the Encyclopedia Britannica, it is a reference to the "poor" or "mean whites," particularly of the U.S. states of Georgia and Florida. The term dates back to the American Revolution. It is derived from thier use of cracked corn from which cornmeal and grits, their staple food, are made, as well as corn whiskey.

    We are well aware of your gormet recipes for Prime Rib and indulgence in fine wine. Furthermore, your exquisite collection of weaponry, water craft and water front properties is no indication of lack of wealth.

    The term also derives from an Elizabethan word used to describe braggarts. The original root of this is the Middle English word CRACK meaning "entertaining conversation" (one may be said to "crack" a joke).

    Jack is not a boastful individual, not humble, but certainly informative and entertaining (at times).

    The term Cracker was also given to the farm hands that would work on the plantations as slave drivers. They would put a short length of twisted twine or string attached to the end of a whip to produce a cracking sound. The plantation owners began to refer to them as the Crackers.

    According to Jack's wife...ummmmmmm...let's not go there.

    I better shut up...I need that stock and he's liable to JACK the price!!!

    Come on, Buddy...in the true spirit of a Chi-Town Wanna-bee, make me an offer I can't refuse!!!
     
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    Anyone from Chicago... gets the primo deal... $500
     
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    ...I knew it!

    I'll just have to SMOKE him out...
     
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    This is getting better by the minute! Jack, I know you're a man of many talents, but I didn't know you are ambidextrous! ( I had to look it up to check the spelling ) Definitions: #1 using both hands with equal skill.
    #2 unusually skillful; versatile
    #3 ( you'll have to look it up in Webster's,
    I ain't about to say that here )
     
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    Oh my GOD!!!

    JoJo...I looked it up...YOU PIG!!!

    Jack is NOT a "switch hitter" in that regard!!!
     
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    $400 tioli
     
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    euro-Joe. That is a Wehinger 4 way and his pad work. You know it is professional. Have you ever met Larry? I shot with he and his ATA HOF wife Cathy back in the late 80s.
     
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    With the matching forearm?
     
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    Joe. I have a nice near matching FAT foream. In perfect condition $150
     
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    Enough chatter. $375 delivered.
     
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