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    Quote Originally Posted by Czechbikr View Post
    ^^ Nice lamp..but it needs a bigger shade!
    Agree re: the shade. Guess you could take the bulb extension out after your house is searched and go shooting. I see no indication it has been disabled.
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    Quote Originally Posted by olfarhors View Post
    oh I am sure there is nothing wrong with the gun, I am sure someone just happened to have a GALIL out fishing and somehow it fell over board.
    Bet the gun comes back clean and no problems with it.
    I often took my AR Trout Fishing with me!
    Inquiring minds have to know, is an AR a good fisherman? Or does he just talk and drink all your beer?
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    If he surrendered the firearm after finding it, it's gone gone gone. Even if it comes back clean it would be put up for auction and the finder would have to bid on it. If he wanted to keep it, he A - had to be able to legally own it and B, provide ALL the info for the firearm but not the firearm itself unless he had the ownership established as his firearm and only on temporary loan to the City of Arlington for a set period of time. I went through something similar a few years back with a $700 drone that flew into the side of the house.
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    If you boys look carefully you'll see it has one of them LED bulbs that reduces our carbon footprint. (Whoops, strike that. I didn't apply for permission to make political comments. My bad.)

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    Wonder what kind of condition it was in?
    Are we there yet?
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    Quote Originally Posted by DeltaBravoKS View Post
    I have no idea what a Galil is (and didn't take the time to look it up) but if it is a valuable or collectible gun, he should immediately start court proceedings to get it rightfully back in his possession.
    It's essentially an Israeli AK, as for valuable, guess it depends on your definition of valuable, but they're in the neighborhood of $1800 (+/-) depending on the model.

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    Quote Originally Posted by confused View Post
    If you boys look carefully you'll see it has one of them LED bulbs that reduces our carbon footprint. (Whoops, strike that. I didn't apply for permission to make political comments. My bad.)
    as always I am here to spread cheer, be helpful and make observations of easy ways to correct problems.
    that being said why don't you just go on over to the politics section and wait , we will be there shortly and we can all have a discussion on Politics.
    you may need to look close for us to show up as I understand that Forum is quite busy!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Peacemakr40 View Post
    . I went through something similar a few years back with a $700 drone that flew into the side of the house.
    Damned Iranians trying to blow up your oil well!!!!----
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    Quote Originally Posted by Trotline View Post
    Inquiring minds have to know, is an AR a good fisherman? Or does he just talk and drink all your beer?
    The latter, that's why I quit taking him with me!
    typical Fishing buddy!
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    Quote Originally Posted by olfarhors View Post
    why don't you just go on over to the politics section and wait , we will be there shortly
    Against my better judgement. I got down on one knee and asked if I could pledge the forum's secret society -- Skull and Boneheads. Do you think it will take as long as the Gummint took to send me my NFA stamp?

 

 
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