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    Not your typical “boating” accident

    https://www.gunsamerica.com/digest/w...pond-save-gun/

    Out here in SW Kansas retention ponds are used “down slope” of feed lots

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    Remote startted in gear. That car took off not rolled away.
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    That was not a boating accident. That was a carring event.
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    Was his mother in law in the car?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ickthus View Post
    Remote startted in gear. That car took off not rolled away.
    16 year-old Saturn? The neutral safety switch that should've prevented a start while in gear was faulty, I betcha. Or bypassed, 'cause that's what I would've done.

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    Oh, that's right......it's Mercury that makes the boat motors, not Saturn......s'pose it's easy to get those planets confused.
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    Because the guns were worth more than the car.
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    We have gators in our retention ponds!

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    Or water moccasins....or both...
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    Quote Originally Posted by darbo View Post
    We have gators in our retention ponds!

    you all just need to get you some Georgia Bulldogs to patrol the area, everyone knows that Florida Gators are afraid to show up when Georgia Bulldogs are around!!!
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