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gransons toys

Postby Papabear » Thu Jul 18, 2013 7:13 am

My 2 1/2 grandson has a full toy box several rides on toys a few bin's filled with puzzles and coloring books and what dose he play with my decoys
I LOVE THIS KID
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Re: gransons toys

Postby clymerfowler » Thu Jul 18, 2013 8:01 am

And when the time comes those could be the only little thing he remembers you the most of. I know this old Winchester 94 means the world to my. my uncle gave it to me the year after my grandfather passed. I was 11 yrs old. it never shot a deer and my grandmother got it new for my grandfather in 1966. i killed my second ever buck with that gun and i will always remember that day. this gun will never leave my sight and to my it is my grandfather because its all i have of his.
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Re: gransons toys

Postby labtrainer » Thu Jul 18, 2013 3:54 pm

My son blew a duck call before he could really talk.....it was the way we taught him to blow out his 1st birthday candle.
:lol3: This year will be his first hunting season....I took that duck call and wrote an inscription on it and gave it to him for his birthday.

I have my Dads 22 revolver that he won a trophy shooting with, it is my #1 prize possession. :thumbsup:
"Keep your eye's on the horizion"
from my Dad on my first duck hunt!
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Re: gransons toys

Postby southpaw92 » Thu Jul 18, 2013 7:53 pm

i have a stevens 87a .22 lr that my great grandfather gave me when i was 13 or 14.... he taught me how to shot on that gun... christ he thought me about life with that little .22 and i have my grandfathers Ithaca 16 ga 37 featherlight.... never would let them out of my possession.... i grew up with my grand father and great grandfather being more like my father than anything.... sorry guys i lost my great gramps this year and my gramps a week before i turned 28 i get talking about them and start rambling..... anyway as it was said before its the little things that will help them remember your voice
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Re: gransons toys

Postby Slack Tide » Fri Jul 19, 2013 7:19 pm

Come on Bill...please....
It's GRAND-son...

jeeees...


ps- a possessive apostrophe would be a bonus too..... :hi:
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