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    We Donít Like Them In Our Safe

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    Thatís what the grocery store clerk told me.
    Do you want it?
    Sweet!
    Going to hit the same cashier up tomorrow towards the end of the day.
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    Thereís about .15 troy ounces of silver in that coin. Worth $2.38 at todayís silver price. Good luck if they have more -
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    I read on the Internet they typically sell for about $5 depending on condition.
    Don’t know if that’s true. I’ll throw it in with the other keepers.
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    Well they're welcome to put them in mine!
    You can't get where you want to be if you stay where you're at!

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    Buy her a coke or treat.

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    found a brown recluse in our little home safe, there was a small hole in the back. not anymore
    LUKE 15 : 8 "OR WHAT WOMAN, IF SHE HAS TEN SILVER COINS AND LOSES ONE COIN,DOES NOT LIGHT A LAMP AND SWEEP THE HOUSE AND SEARCH CAREFULLY UNTIL SHE FINDS IT?" 15 : 9 "AND WHEN SHE HAS FOUND IT, SHE CALLS TOGETHER HER FRIENDS AND NEIGHBORS, SAYING, "REJOICE WITH ME, FOR I HAVE FOUND THE COIN WHICH I HAD LOST!"

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    Quote Originally Posted by dirtlooter View Post
    found a brown recluse in our little home safe, there was a small hole in the back. not anymore
    Well shucks, it apparently wasn't that safe after all.
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    Quote Originally Posted by huntsman53 View Post
    Well shucks, it apparently wasn't that safe after all.
    it was a safe that my father left in the house, he gave me the keys to it to open it up and there he was. it is a very heavy safe but it had a hole in the back
    LUKE 15 : 8 "OR WHAT WOMAN, IF SHE HAS TEN SILVER COINS AND LOSES ONE COIN,DOES NOT LIGHT A LAMP AND SWEEP THE HOUSE AND SEARCH CAREFULLY UNTIL SHE FINDS IT?" 15 : 9 "AND WHEN SHE HAS FOUND IT, SHE CALLS TOGETHER HER FRIENDS AND NEIGHBORS, SAYING, "REJOICE WITH ME, FOR I HAVE FOUND THE COIN WHICH I HAD LOST!"

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    Quote Originally Posted by dirtlooter View Post
    it was a safe that my father left in the house, he gave me the keys to it to open it up and there he was. it is a very heavy safe but it had a hole in the back
    The hole was probably for adding a light for the inside of the safe. However, it would be more funny if it were for a gun (weapon) heater to warm them before you go out hunting on a cold morning, sort of like those seat and steering wheel heaters they have in cars, trucks and SUV's nowadays. The only problem with a warm gun going into cold air, it causes the metal and wooden stock to draw moisture and not only will it cause the metal to rust quicker but can cause warping of the wooden stock and cause it to throw the gun off of zero. While living in West Virginia, I traded a Winchester Model 70 in .338 Winchester Magnum for a Remington Model 700 in 7mm Magnum that had been shot only 5 times and was virtually brand new. Had trouble ejecting the casings and found that there was rust in the chamber. Through a friend, I found out the original owner, an elderly gent had taken it out in 10 degree weather with a foot of snow on the ground to sight the rifle in. After shooting it 5 times, he decided the rifle was too much for him, so he leaned it up against a tree and it sat there for an hour or more while the others sighted in their' rifles and never cleaned it when he went back inside the house. Well, you know the rest of the story!
    Last edited by huntsman53; Jan 31, 2019 at 08:33 PM.
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