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We are cleaning things up around here and I just found a box of .223 shells.  It's a box of 50.  The retail sticker on them says $10.99.  LOL  What are they worth to anyone?   Add $10 for shipping.  I will take a pic of it.
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So just curious.  I really don't care if I sell these or not.  Is the Remanufactured thing a problem?  I don't own a .223 rifle so just thought that someone else might be interested in them.  Full metal jackets would be great for varmints. 

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If nobody else wants them, I'll take them.
I have more than I'll ever use already 😜 though....
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If you have enough HD you don't need to take these.  I just thought people were looking for most kinds of shells. 

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Been trying to thin out some varmints at home. Was about out of 20 gauge shells so I stopped at Scheels in Mankato to get some. I bought a box of 25, about a buck a shot with  the tax
 I figure about 4 times what they should be.

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That is a lot of money for 20 gauge shells.   Shoot straight Roony.  LOL

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I am like HD. Well stocked in the .223 ammo department. We had bought a lot before the big plandemic since it was cheap. I think then I paid $.28\round then.
Hey look your bobber is up!

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That is a lot of money for 20 gauge shells.   Shoot straight Roony.  LOL
Just got another woodchuck. That is number 4 in the last few weeks. I am at war with them and the coon (plural). The coon got into the building i store the pontoon in. I am now in the market for new pontoon furniture.  :angry2: :angry2: :angry2: :angry2: :angry2: :angry2: :angry2:
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OH man!  I would be mad too!

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Oh oh, I see another bill Murray in caddyshack!!!👍👍 :sleazy: :rotflmao:
2015 deer slayer!!!!!!!!!!

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Oh oh, I see another bill Murray in caddyshack!!!👍👍 :sleazy: :rotflmao:
Too soon for joking Glenn
 Looks like about 3 grand worth of damage.

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Ouch! Insurance??
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More bad news there. I recently switched companies but wasn't aware of the damage until today.

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Holy hookshot, Batman! Those damn things wreck more stuff & crap on what they don't. After last fall cleaning out the granary at home, if I never see another raccoon or their terd piles it'll be too soon.  :angry:
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Any more that I live trap will be going to the promised land. My son has some "dog proof" traps. I may check them out too.

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good luck roony!!!!  they are nasty!!! 
a bad day of fishing is still better than a good day at work!!

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rooney, woodchucks love cantalope and a few chunks in a live trap will produce results quickly and should keep the dogs away. Good luck. :happy1: :happy1:
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More bad news there. I recently switched companies but wasn't aware of the damage until today.
You still should be able to make a claim with them if the damage occurred when under their policy. Ask your agent about it.
Hey look your bobber is up!

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More bad news there. I recently switched companies but wasn't aware of the damage until today.
You still should be able to make a claim with them if the damage occurred when under their policy. Ask your agent about it.
Yes, I'm planning on it today
 I hope it works out

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More bad news there. I recently switched companies but wasn't aware of the damage until today.
You still should be able to make a claim with them if the damage occurred when under their policy. Ask your agent about it.
Yes, I'm planning on it today
 I hope it works out
i sure hope so roony!!!!!!! you do know it happened AFTER you switched to the new Ins company right!!!!!!!!
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Nope, it happened over the winter. I had continuous coverage though, I tend to be honest
 It's one of my shortcomings.

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Agent isn't sure i was covered for animal damage. She is checking into it.

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Got an adjuster coming in a day or two, we'll see what happens.

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good luck!!!   :happy1:
a bad day of fishing is still better than a good day at work!!

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Good luck Roony!!!
Hey look your bobber is up!

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Good luck Roony!!!

It looks like things will work out about as well as I could have expected. I only had $3,000 insurance on the 20' 1989 Lowe Pontoon which is what I paid for it 18 years ago. They gave me the choice of getting the full $3,000 and them taking it or getting a check for $2,525 and keeping it. to me it seems like a no brainer for me to keep it and fix it up so that's what I'm doing. Thanks for your support everybody.
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Oh, here is the sight my eyes beheld when I looked in the shed . I will get a picture on later, internet isn't working too well right now.
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that's great roony!!!!    :happy1: :happy1:
a bad day of fishing is still better than a good day at work!!

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Good luck Roony!!!

It looks like things will work out about as well as I could have expected. I only had $3,000 insurance on the 20' 1989 Lowe Pontoon which is what I paid for it 18 years ago. They gave me the choice of getting the full $3,000 and them taking it or getting a check for $2,525 and keeping it. to me it seems like a no brainer for me to keep it and fix it up so that's what I'm doing. Thanks for your support everybody.
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Oh, here is the sight my eyes beheld when I looked in the shed . I will get a picture on later, internet isn't working too well right now.

$25 for new chairs.  $2500 in your pocket.


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