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Old 12-24-2011, 10:04 AM
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Merry Christmas to everyone. I'm surprised no one has started a "are you mowing Christmas" thread.
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Old 12-24-2011, 10:22 AM
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Merry Christmas to everyone. I'm surprised no one has started a "are you mowing Christmas" thread.
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Awesome. Be careful with it, but enjoy the heck out of it, and again, Happy B-day!

Hey, I just checked the time, and I see I'm talking to you from the future right now.
I'll start the mowing on Christmas thread if its not already been started....haha.

Thanks! I'll PM you some specifics...its no plain jane one
How are you talking to me from the future???
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Old 12-24-2011, 01:51 PM
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I'll start the mowing on Christmas thread if its not already been started....haha.

Thanks! I'll PM you some specifics...its no plain jane one
How are you talking to me from the future???
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Well, you're in Longview TX, and I'm in MI, so we are at least 1 hour ahead of you, and maybe 2 (?), so I was typing from my today, and your tomorrow at the time LOL.
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Old 12-24-2011, 01:59 PM
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Been wanting a pump 12 gauge so I got a Mossberg 500. Turned 18 today so it was kinda a gift from dad. Today was awesome.
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I have a Mossberg 20 gauge with short barrel and pistol grip. It was an old one I bought in the late 80s.......older than you!!! At the time, I first bought Remington 12 gauge. They are unreliable in feeding. I exchange 3 and all unreliable. The Mossberg mechanism is a lot better and is perfectly reliable. Only one thing at the time was some of the Mossberg has only one rectangular rod connecting the front grip to the bolt. I made it a point to choose one that had rods on both sides for durability.
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Old 12-24-2011, 02:30 PM
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Merry Christmas to yall on this Christmas eve eve (my Bday BTW)
Remember the reason for the season...CHRISTmas
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Happy Birthday Mike!
And Merry Christmas to all!
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Old 12-24-2011, 05:33 PM
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MERRY CHRISTMAS to all on lawnsite. this site has been a blessing to me and I am sure, to many others. It has help me learn, grow, fail and succeed in this lawn care life. I thank everyone for there post in every forum of everyday, and pray we will all have a safe and drought less upcoming season.

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An attitude of gratitude. I like it. Good luck next year, and happy holidays.
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Old 12-24-2011, 06:30 PM
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Well, you're in Longview TX, and I'm in MI, so we are at least 1 hour ahead of you, and maybe 2 (?), so I was typing from my today, and your tomorrow at the time LOL.
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I have a Mossberg 20 gauge with short barrel and pistol grip. It was an old one I bought in the late 80s.......older than you!!! At the time, I first bought Remington 12 gauge. They are unreliable in feeding. I exchange 3 and all unreliable. The Mossberg mechanism is a lot better and is perfectly reliable. Only one thing at the time was some of the Mossberg has only one rectangular rod connecting the front grip to the bolt. I made it a point to choose one that had rods on both sides for durability.
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Happy Birthday Mike!
And Merry Christmas to all!
Thanks all. This Moss has the dual connectors. It has the short barrel and a synthetic forearm/stock. Great gun...feels like an extension of my arm. Highly recommend.
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Old 12-24-2011, 07:05 PM
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Thanks all. This Moss has the dual connectors. It has the short barrel and a synthetic forearm/stock. Great gun...feels like an extension of my arm. Highly recommend.
Mike
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Old 12-24-2011, 07:09 PM
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Thanks all. This Moss has the dual connectors. It has the short barrel and a synthetic forearm/stock. Great gun...feels like an extension of my arm. Highly recommend.
Mike
I think you meant extractors?
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Old 12-24-2011, 09:21 PM
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Both actually. Its got the dual rods that run from the forearm (pump) to the bolt.
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