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I found my first berdan .223 the other day in some range pickup; it's pretty rare.

Another handy tool to have for measuring the ball or bullet. As many as you will probably be finding you may want to invest in a digital micrometer.

As many as you will probably be finding you may want to invest in a digital micrometer.

I was helping my sister out with a garage sale today, and after it was all said and done, she decided she wanted the extra leftovers in her shed so she could sell them again next weekend when the newspaper ad was actually IN the newspaper. :-/ Thanks for hi-jacking the post guys [img]images/graemlins/grin.gif[/img] It looked kind of mummified.. In another old house I found a huge pile of stamps dating back to WW II.

So I open the door of the little 10X10 shed and there's a dead squirrel on the floor. So I bribe my younger brother to remove it and toss it under the shed. This is like the 4th time i've found something cool in my sisters house.. and you could see the skin receding up the leg bones : P I can't belive I forgot my digi camera. I found six new creepers in a box on the side of the road. Not me but someone I know found a set of mexican silver spurs inside some wood he was splitting for firewood, that was cool!