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    Nope, I want one of these, it costs $900, which I don't have. (*&^%%$$##@@@!@@##$^^)
    Hamlet and King Lear are two of the best works of literature that there is. And in American elite universities, Shakespeare is being reviled, and that is a new evil.
    America cannot go on being free, when it is always taking the foundations out. If Shakespeare is the enemy, then I am the enemy too, because I love the guys works.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mister Mills View Post
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    Nope, I want one of these, it costs $900, which I don't have. (*&^%%$$##@@@!@@##$^^)
    I already have one of those Mister Mills. Bought it when they first introduced it in .454 Casull /.45 Colt. Mine has a Weigand rail and a 2x Leupold. I like it a lot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shootbrownelk View Post
    I already have one of those Mister Mills. Bought it when they first introduced it in .454 Casull /.45 Colt. Mine has a Weigand rail and a 2x Leupold. I like it a lot.
    I learned to love barreled magnums in 1978, when I was in Alaska, and I bought a Super Blackhawk. I have wanted a Super Redhawk, since I first saw a picture of it.
    Hamlet and King Lear are two of the best works of literature that there is. And in American elite universities, Shakespeare is being reviled, and that is a new evil.
    America cannot go on being free, when it is always taking the foundations out. If Shakespeare is the enemy, then I am the enemy too, because I love the guys works.

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