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  1. #16

    Feb 2005
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    Re: Mysteries in the Mountains

    Code:
    What trouble will I have with a 7mm carbine with a 30 round clip or a side arm?
    Whatever you bring just be safe with it, having some structured training is not a bad idea either. Az is fairly liberal when it comes to gun laws if you have any specific questions send me a PM.

  2. #17
    GNewt

    Jan 2008
    Tx/Al
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    Re: Mysteries in the Mountains

    Quote Originally Posted by AzExplorer
    Code:
    What trouble will I have with a 7mm carbine with a 30 round clip or a side arm?
    Whatever you bring just be safe with it, having some structured training is not a bad idea either. Az is fairly liberal when it comes to gun laws if you have any specific questions send me a PM.
    I am jesting, Don't ever take me serious and I will obey the gun laws, always have. I sure wouldn't lug junk around if there is no danger, but if there is I will have that baby handy if it is legal. If self protection is against the law(liberal) then its accident or booby trap time.
    I think I had a little structured training USMC 44 USAF 48 StrikeForce( Alpha)55 (w/101 Airborne)Hq USAF Special Activities57 Air War College USAF 1960 USAF Combat Control66 Presidential Comm USAF68 (retired 71)
    By the way I looked at the equipment the combat controllers get now on their web site and every thing but carbines,M14,AR16,mod 12 shotgun,1911 45auto or 38S&W rev. you had to steal. We had a choice of two weapons and our holster was made to our personal specs or we could get an issue.
    These modern weapons and equipment is awesome. Just think, the drug runners got the money and can get a lot of that stuff off the shelf .
    You cannot trust a friend, you can trust an enemy. Speed of dark, infinite. UFO time.

  3. #18
    Cptbil

    Mar 2003
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    Re: Mysteries in the Mountains

    ELKMAN:
    You mean!

    That you'll don't believe in "The Arch ! of Disappearing People? "
    Come along and we'll let you go thru it !!! :P
    CptBil & Bugs

  4. #19

    Aug 2003
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    Re: Mysteries in the Mountains

    capbil
    Glad to do it. Maybe it will get me away from Brittany and George.

  5. #20
    Cptbil

    Mar 2003
    Az/NM/Ca/Nv/Tx
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    Re: Mysteries in the Mountains

    Elkman:
    As you know, The Arch DOES EXSIST !

    Gnewt:
    As far as Arizona being VERY! Liberal on guns laws...
    I have a friend in Tucson who owns and shoots a Swedish semi auto, 5 shot magazine
    20 mm Anti Tank gun!
    AND!
    This "Dude" (The Gun!) shoots a Belted Magnum blue tracer bullet
    The gun is about six feet long and has a muzzle brake similar to,
    what is used on the US 90mm & 120 mm tank guns!
    I fired it in the prone, and it pushed me back about 12" !
    Lucky, that it has a telescoping stock ,to absorb some of the recoil!
    The muzzle came up, off it's bipod, and twisted to the right, about one foot!
    I hit a large boulder, about 500 yds away
    The bullet was 12.5 inches in!
    CptBil & Bugs

  6. #21
    us
    Feb 2008
    Shelby Twp., mi
    Tesoro Cibola, Tesoro tiger Shark
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    All Types Of Treasure Hunting

    Re: Mysteries in the Mountains

    you guys may want to read i have a letter this maybe the map of i have with targets on it or this 19 page typed thing about the area from some guy name robert someting haveing hard time reading last name and some other thing in top right corner also says date of 1917 but i have to get a typwriter expert to look at this to be for sure and to find out if letter is true. this map i have hard time on the boundry lines but other stufff is good.
    Full Time Hunter

  7. #22
    us
    Feb 2008
    Shelby Twp., mi
    Tesoro Cibola, Tesoro tiger Shark
    530
    3 times
    All Types Of Treasure Hunting

    Re: Mysteries in the Mountains

    also mt taylor is a old uranium mine
    Full Time Hunter

  8. #23
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    Cptbild

    Oct 2005
    NM/AZ/CA/Co/Utah & P.I. Tx.
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    Re: Mysteries in the Mountains

    Planet1Mars:
    Sounds interesting,
    Are you planning to show the map on this forum/topic?
    To bring out the typing/writting, you might try a short/long wave "Black Light"
    This light, will, sometimes bring out these hard to see or even invisable marks/writtings, etc !
    Cptbild & Bugs

  9. #24
    us
    Feb 2008
    Shelby Twp., mi
    Tesoro Cibola, Tesoro tiger Shark
    530
    3 times
    All Types Of Treasure Hunting

    Re: Mysteries in the Mountains

    yeah im trying get it posted now from my scanner
    Full Time Hunter

  10. #25
    us
    May 2006
    Mesa, AZ
    None
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    Prospecting

    Re: Mysteries in the Mountains

    Quote Originally Posted by AzExplorer
    CptBil,


    If you make it and you need someone to camp sit while you are out doing your thing I can likely volunteer a day or two here and there depending on my work schedule. It won't take me long to get down from Tucson.


    I think Bill has that part covered....haha
    Sincerely,
    Randy Wright
    History Lover

  11. #26
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    Cptbild

    Oct 2005
    NM/AZ/CA/Co/Utah & P.I. Tx.
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    Re: Mysteries in the Mountains

    Our Camp Sitter can always use company !!



    Anyone who plans to go along and step thru "The Portal"
    Please have life insurance for your family
    Cptbild & Bugs

  12. #27
    us
    Jun 2006
    Out in the hills near wherendaheckarwe
    WHITES, MINELAB, Garrett
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    All Types Of Treasure Hunting

    Re: Mysteries in the Mountains

    Hey Bill is the arch still standing? Or has it fallen down?
    I know it's here, just need a bigger coil!

    I think I know what my last words will be....
    "Hold my beer and watch this!"

  13. #28

    Aug 2003
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    Re: Mysteries in the Mountains

    I hear the portal fell down. Those on the other side probably didnít want any more earthlings.

  14. #29
    us
    Jun 2006
    Out in the hills near wherendaheckarwe
    WHITES, MINELAB, Garrett
    4,179
    2744 times
    All Types Of Treasure Hunting

    Re: Mysteries in the Mountains

    Yup, Thanks for the report. I fugured since CptBill has been down there more than once he'd reply. Appreciate your input.

    BTW I think that's why UFOs never land. They take one look at what's going on on earth & figure they'd rather not stop at the ghetto for their vacation.

    Thanks again!
    I know it's here, just need a bigger coil!

    I think I know what my last words will be....
    "Hold my beer and watch this!"

  15. #30

    Aug 2005
    Fisher Gold Bug
    351
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    All Types Of Treasure Hunting

    Re: Mysteries in the Mountains

    Quote Originally Posted by boogeyman


    BTW I think that's why UFOs never land. They take one look at what's going on on earth & figure they'd rather not stop at the ghetto for their vacation.

    Thanks again!
    Wow thats really bad if thats the case, particulary if the UFO's are from Uranus.......

 

 
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