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Thread: Took a good picture of an AK

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    Boolit Buddy
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    Took a good picture of an AK

    I was up on the lower 180 this morning and decided to take my Polish AK underfolder with me and I snapped this picture, I donít think itís too bad for a cell phone photoClick image for larger version. 

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    Boolit Buddy
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    I'm jealous, not because of the rifle, but for the lower 180.

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    Yeah it is nice to have, sometimes you just need to get away from everything so I’m building a cabin up on it which is why I’m taking an AK a day I always say “an AK a day keeps everything away”

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    Want some company?

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    OK, where is the "lower 180"???

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    Quote Originally Posted by tomme boy View Post
    OK, where is the "lower 180"???
    Yup, same question. Do you own 180 acres in southern KY?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MrWolf View Post
    Yup, same question. Do you own 180 acres in southern KY?
    Nope north east KY. My papaw bought 50 when he got home from WW2 then he stripped mined it, with that money he bought the joining farm over and stripped it to pay for everything. My kids are the 4th generation on this property
    When my grandparents died the estate was left vacant for almost 20 years until my wife and I made an offer on the estate, we have spent a lot of time and money trying to get the house (built in 1921) into decent living conditions

    For example when the kids were babies(twin boys!!) one threw up in the living room and we couldn’t find it because the carpet was that real nasty orange yellow brown paisley carpet so when we ripped the carpet up we saw that the floor had been painted with 7 layers of paint, when we refinished the floors we found that the floor boards were 2x4x16’ red oak they turned out real nice when we refinished them
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    We added no stain the the floors that is the natural color
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    real nice work on that floor, but I gotta ask, what was the square patch of mismatched wood on the old floor??? a hatch of some sort?
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    No it was a old coal furnace grate

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