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« on: March 24, 2011, 05:09:23 am »
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Sorry no picture: Back in W.A 1993 while prospecting an old copper mine, I let my German shepherd dog lead me the way through thick scrub, before I new it we were at ground level on my knee's for about 200 yards, seemed like 2km's, when my old White's detector bleeped off. I pushed away the overgrowth and found this single barrel shot gun, still leaning against a very large tree, The but and stock was almost gone from white ant's, the trigger and guard was missing, the first 6 inch's of the barrel was rusted & pitted.
My 11 year old son started paying to much interest in the old gun, so I scraped it. What a waste! Fight

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« Reply #1 on: March 29, 2011, 10:04:21 am »
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Hello OneDay
Cool story
Makes you kinda wonder how and why it was there in the state that it was...... Undecided
Yeah to bad you had to scrap it....  Sad

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