I spent all my gun money today

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  1. 358 winchester

    358 winchester *TFF Admin Staff*

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    and here is what I got
    the biggest Troy Built Tiller they make. It belonged to my uncle and is about four years old I think he says he only used it a couple of times it still has the paint on the blades. I would have rather spent MY GUN MONEY on a S&W Model 28 four inch but $500.00 gone so all I can do is cry about it. just so you know this will not affect my TUERANGDAY:D :D

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  2. 358 winchester

    358 winchester *TFF Admin Staff*

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    and talk about lazy it has electric start too
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    Nice piece of gear. You can still use it on range day, but it would be a bit of a waste. :D
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    and just think, a few years from now when that thing quits working you'll have a nice chunk of steel to shoot at
  5. Hey Ron, you could always figure out a way to mount a .22 on it. That way, you could hunt rabbits while you till the garden. :D ;) Seriously, nice looking piece of equipment. Wish I had one.
  6. Light Coat

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    IF you've gotta till you may as well do it in style. One must think about the time savings involved in that nice of a tiller; could probably fit in an entire extra hour of gun talk just by having that baby. I like my tractor; but, that is a fine looking little tiller.
  7. DWARREN123

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    Remove the tines, put on a trailer and add firearms mounts to the handle bars.
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    What's with dirt moving stuff?

    Does this mean you've found a new place already?
  9. Thunderhawk88

    Thunderhawk88 New Member

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    Very nice....wish I had one.
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    Now, if I could afford a rig like that, I'd mount that Cabella's Gattling .22 gun on the back of my pick up. Nobody, I mean, no fool with a heavy foot, would ever follow my truck too close again! Too much fun to be legal in California, though.

    LL
  11. 358 winchester

    358 winchester *TFF Admin Staff*

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    Re: What's with dirt moving stuff?

    Nope I am still in Century FL. way out in the country:D the house is for sale:mad: but I am going to continue to do what I like and the more that I add to the house the more it will cost. 125K right now when I get the rest of the orchard in it will be 133K I will increase the price as I increase the value;) Maybe if I am lucky the house will not sell and the wife will retire, then when she doesn't have to make the long drive to work she will want to stay here :D :D you know me always plotting & planning:p :D ;)
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    That will make life easier for ya huh?

    Congrats on a quality peice of equipment
  13. Bruce FLinch

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    WHAT! No streamers on the handlebar, No windshield, not even those anti-deer whistle thingy's on the bumper. Man, you got taken! :D

    ( wish I had an excuse to have one! :) )
  14. IShootBack

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    So, when ya gonna come by and do up a garden spot for me? We are only 12 hours away:p

    Seriously, I have been jonesing for one like that to no avail. Only used ones I have found thus far are nothing but junk.
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    358 winchester *TFF Admin Staff*

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    Coming that way in Sept. headed to Pa. for a week long vacation and shoot with as many friends as we can round up. Want Me to bring the tiller and stop by :D :rolleyes: ;)
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