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    Default Cool baby crib design for gun lovers


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    Way to get political without seeming to do so?

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    Beautiful piece of work.

    -Ron

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    And isn't walnut toxic?

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    Quote Originally Posted by wlpier View Post
    And isn't walnut toxic?

    only if you eat too much...everything in moderation!

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    WHAT is that ugly thing carved in the round shaped area in the headboard?

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    "I can’t wait to teach him how to shoot as soon as he can hold any firearm up."
    So, three, then?

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    I worked for several years with the Browning family in developing a product.

    http://www.ipmba.org/reviews/Brownin...ed_Edition.pdf


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