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    Quote Originally Posted by Marty Henry View Post
    Napoleon said sleep on it and if its a still a good idea in tge morning act on it. Mostly worked for him apart from the russian bit.
    But the Russian thing was a buzzkiller.
    Waterloo was also a bummer.
    And Elba - don't mention Elba...

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    So you have kissed and made up. Cool. Stay united in these testing days we are going through

    I think we have to blame ‘What calibre’ threads for stirring the pot on here and starting disagreements on here

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    Quote Originally Posted by sako75 View Post
    So you have kissed and made up. Cool. Stay united in these testing days we are going through

    I think we have to blame ‘What calibre’ threads for stirring the pot on here and starting disagreements on here
    yup because 270 win is all you need
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    I would suggest the .243 if a far more versatile caliber
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    Quote Originally Posted by csmiffy View Post
    yup because 270 win is all you need
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    6.5 is the universal do all caliber sorry to the 270 guys
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    There's two things I've learned from this thread.

    1. There's an "Ignore" function.
    2. Jakewire holds 24hr grudges...
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    Having spent an awful lot of time on numerous internet forums (I have a very boring job), when things get really unpleasant, just walk away for a bit or use the ignore button. Some people just don’t seem to get on online.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MB View Post
    Having spent an awful lot of time on numerous internet forums (I have a very boring job), when things get really unpleasant, just walk away for a bit or use the ignore button. Some people just don’t seem to get on online.
    It's a bit different to real life, where you might punch someone in the head or be punched in the head if you throw your toys like a child.. The total cockmasters are usually the ones that will never interact with the people they are dealing with in real life, and are (or think they are) anonymous - that's where it gets ugly. But pretty much everyone I've met on here has been a bloody good sort, be they gawky kids or outright geriatrics or anywhere in between. What is surprising is how some people are exactly how you imagine them in real life, and some completely the opposite. All good cunts despite the shit beer preferences. One even came to my wedding not long ago
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tommy View Post
    It's a bit different to real life, where you might punch someone in the head or be punched in the head if you throw your toys like a child.. The total cockmasters are usually the ones that will never interact with the people they are dealing with in real life, and are (or think they are) anonymous - that's where it gets ugly. But pretty much everyone I've met on here has been a bloody good sort, be they gawky kids or outright geriatrics or anywhere in between. What is surprising is how some people are exactly how you imagine them in real life, and some completely the opposite. All good cunts despite the shit beer preferences. One even came to my wedding not long ago
    "Cockmaster"
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tommy View Post
    It's a bit different to real life, where you might punch someone in the head or be punched in the head if you throw your toys like a child.. The total cockmasters are usually the ones that will never interact with the people they are dealing with in real life, and are (or think they are) anonymous - that's where it gets ugly. But pretty much everyone I've met on here has been a bloody good sort, be they gawky kids or outright geriatrics or anywhere in between. What is surprising is how some people are exactly how you imagine them in real life, and some completely the opposite. All good cunts despite the shit beer preferences. One even came to my wedding not long ago
    1 might come to your funeral too
    Please excuse spelling, as finger speed is sometimes behind brain spped........ Or maybe the other wayy.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beaker View Post
    1 might come to your funeral too
    Mate he is a strong young buck that is more likely to out live you.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rushy View Post
    Mate he is a strong young buck that is more likely to out live you.
    True that, was just passing a joke.... Badly....
    Please excuse spelling, as finger speed is sometimes behind brain spped........ Or maybe the other wayy.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beaker View Post
    True that, was just passing a joke.... Badly....
    At my point in the life spectrum funerals are a distant possibility. Ha ha ha ha I reckon I’ve got at least another sixty six in me.
    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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    Quote Originally Posted by northdude View Post
    6.5 is the universal do all caliber sorry to the 270 guys
    Agreed. Popped a few rounds through this at easter. 6.5 may be on my "to get" list after that.
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