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    My father and I will be there. The gathering of friends is as top shelf as the refreshments. The show is pretty good also......... John & Mike

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    Quote Originally Posted by norme View Post
    Yes Pete, they still do. However, no one will have trouble recognizing me, I'm the strikingly good looking guy with the shoulder length hair. And if that doesn't help, I'll be wearing this sweat-shirt.
    See you all next month, Norm
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    Nice !!!

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    How is the SOS now that it is "de-coupled" from the NGD show ?


    Norm,

    Did you provide the photo for the art-work rendering ? Nice shirt !


    Best Regards, Pete...

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    Pete... IMO I like it better. Fewer people and those that are there are kind of pre qualified in a manner of speaking. Way less traffic for those of us who drive to it.
    dave

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    Norm... Note the collection of critter headgear behind your shirt. Perhaps you are more of a mountain man then some gave you credit for.
    dave

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pete E. View Post

    Norm,

    Did you provide the photo for the art-work rendering ? Nice shirt !
    Hi Pete,
    The lady who embroidered that shirt for me, Frau M, knows her Navy Lugers. I specified 1906 1st Altered and that's what I got.
    Best regards, Norm

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    Quote Originally Posted by taudelt View Post
    Norm... Note the collection of critter headgear behind your shirt. Perhaps you are more of a mountain man then some gave you credit for.
    Hi Dave,
    Antlers are my wife's thing, she picks them up when she hikes in the hills near our home. I pick up a couple each spring if the deer are considerate enough to drop them on our driveway. That pile you see got out of hand, so last year Terri advertised them on Craig's List and wound up selling a car load, just over $2,000.00 worth. Most of them went to a wedding caterer who wanted them as table decor. Hey, it's a living.
    Best regards, Norm

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    Speaking of antlers, did you see this 47-point set taken in November in Tennessee? New world record, might be worth $100K.

    http://www.tennessean.com/story/sports/2017/01/09/deer-sumner-wold-record/96348008/

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spacecoast View Post
    Speaking of antlers, did you see this 47-point set taken in November in Tennessee? New world record, might be worth $100K.

    http://www.tennessean.com/story/spor...cord/96348008/

    To who ????

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    The rack itself could be worth more than $100,000, said Jared Steele, owner of Great Basin Antler Buyers in Utah, who is among the nation’s top antler buyers.
    “It’s hard to put an exact number on it, but to the right buyer it could be worth a hundred grand,” Steele said. “Especially if it turns out to be a world record because there are people who collect stuff like that who are millionaires. To them it might be worth more than $100,000. You never know.”
    http://www.tennessean.com/story/spor...0000/93920776/
    My avatar is the Bulgarian word for "Fire", as seen on my 1908 Bulgarian Contract DWM Luger.

    Seeking a 1908 Bulgarian contract Luger magazine (early DWM P.08) with a C suffix. See the example at http://luger.gunboards.com/attachmen...3&d=1414271032 (on the right).

    Also looking for a DWM commercial takedown lever, serial #01.

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