Greeting an salutations

Greeting from the state with the most peaceful and benign state slogan.

LIVE FREE or DIE!

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Welcome,

Whats your firearm flavor?

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Welcome from the Friendship state, if we’re using state mottos.

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Welcome aboard!

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Welcome to the forum @Caddmann1

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Well Robert,
Before a tragic boating accident at Lake Winnipesaukee. I had an AR15 clone, Sig P250 in 9mm, Winchester M94 and M12, S&W 380EZ, (surprisingly nice little gun) a 22 bolt action and a couple double barreled 12 gauges.

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Welcome!

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Welcome @Caddmann1
Great to have you here with us at Full 30!
Sorry to hear of your unfortunate boating accident, so many of us here have suffered this same tragedy… :cry: :boat:

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You need boating lessons, you should know all of that would overload a walmart blowup one person raft…lol

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Welcome from KY.

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Hello @Caddmann1 Welcome to the forum. We have plenty of helpful members and great information here. However, I would avoid seeking any boating advice. We are horrible boat operators. :wink:

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You know those blow up doll aren’t personal floatation devices, right? :rofl:

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Welcome from Alabama

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Welcome to the forum @Caddmann1

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Welcome from the Lonestar State! Too bad about that boating accident. You can make that two Winchester M12s sacrificed to the lake gods. Mine went down in a poorly built pirogue in the middle of Lake Tawakoni.

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Welcome to the forum

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Damn I knew I was overlooking something!:sunglasses:

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The ONLY safe way to take your guns to the lake is if each gun has its own blow up doll…I mean PFD…

Welcome from the Copper State!

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I like you already. Welcome to the forum!!!

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live free or die hard part 2? :slight_smile: welcome from near Raleigh NC

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