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    Testing to see if I can put up photos.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kamel View Post
    that's a ute load of wabbits
    Real guns start with the number 3 or bigger and make two holes, one in and one out." -

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    Holy crap you Aussies sure know how to have a fun night!

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    how many pairs,Kamel?
    Real guns start with the number 3 or bigger and make two holes, one in and one out." -

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    Bloody good work Kamel
    It takes 43 muscle's to frown and 17 to smile, but only 3 for proper trigger pull.
    What more do we need? If we are above ground and breathing the rest is up to us!
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    Kept for human consumption?

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    Sure you dont have any Kiwi blood? Looks like a Kiwi fixed up the glare issue on the roof spottie
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    yes it workedjelous
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    CFD

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    Awesome.....not a word i usually use.....
    While I might not be as good as I once was, Im as good once as I ever was!

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    Big brother was a professional rabbit slayer in South Oz...his stories sound really neat but I guess in reality they were not always so...
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    Thanks fellas, reckon I have just about the best job going. All my rabbits go to human consumption, that load was only 110 pair, at the time there were plenty around, getting a bit tight with numbers lately after we got hit with Myxo and Calisi last summer. Can still make a quid but have to work harder and longer hours.
    Sorry I don't have Kiwi blood in me, but my brother in law was one until he saw the light. , I knocked up the scoop on the spotty one afternoon in a hurry, was about two years ago and haven't got around to making a proper one, cant see the point as this one works well enough.

 

 

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