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Old 07-15-2018, 02:12 PM
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Originally Posted by Vermonster View post
Pretty cool!
TY

Originally Posted by jack&jill View post
The best of times come from shared memories with those you are closest too. Congrats on a cherished memory you will hold for ever and never forget. Trapper
J&J, means a lot....I sure it will be cherished by him as well as myself.

Originally Posted by GroundSweeper View post
Thatís awesome! SNUBA Looks like a very cool way to nab rings too! Congrats!
OH YEA....Even at 6'5" I cannot get to some of the good stuff that is below "neck deep" water/scoop hunting. I love my set-up.

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Paul congrats on the father , and son hunt, he's hooked now after finding the ring , i foresee a Equinox 800, as a nice Christmas present , and a hunting partner for life , great job bro., happy hunting , Earl Dad look at this ring i found
LOL...With him going through ROTC (like his Dad), he will probably ask for a SIG or a nice AR before he asks for a machine

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Old 07-16-2018, 10:26 AM
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For all non military personnel, please define ROTC Does that stand for Rookie Observation Training Coarse , and give us the outside scoop on what happen's , beside's cleaning toilets with tooth brushes howboutit And answering Sr Yes Sr

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Well look at that. The son of Col. finding himself a ring.
Great to see you getting out with your son, Paul. Better keep an eye on that other Excal before he snatches it up!

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Originally Posted by Surf Master View post
For all non military personnel, please define ROTC Does that stand for Rookie Observation Training Coarse , and give us the outside scoop on what happen's , beside's cleaning toilets with tooth brushes howboutit And answering Sr Yes Sr
LOL. you are funny.

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Originally Posted by Swinglow View post
Well look at that. The son of Col. finding himself a ring.
Great to see you getting out with your son, Paul. Better keep an eye on that other Excal before he snatches it up!
Yes Sir!

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