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My new Astra 3000 (.32 ACP)

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Re: My new Astra 3000 (.32 ACP)

Postby alfaromeo17 » Thu May 05, 2011 11:48 pm

Gr8 piece Congs Amit tc


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Re: My new Astra 3000 (.32 ACP)

Postby xl_target » Thu May 05, 2011 11:59 pm

winnie_the_pooh wrote:How do you greet an inanimate object?

Something similar to this?

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Re: My new Astra 3000 (.32 ACP)

Postby amit888_2000 » Fri May 06, 2011 11:20 pm

xl_target wrote:
winnie_the_pooh wrote:How do you greet an inanimate object?

Something similar to this?

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this was nice, and thankx dear xl

anyways
)))cheers :cheers:

-- Fri May 06, 2011 23:24 --

alfaromeo17 wrote:Gr8 piece Congs Amit tc


thankx alfa
cheers buddy



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Re: My new Astra 3000 (.32 ACP)

Postby PRITAM PATEL » Sun May 08, 2011 1:16 am

SORRY, if I have offended something........
will be careful in future...

regards

pritam
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Re: My new Astra 3000 (.32 ACP)

Postby The Doc » Sun May 08, 2011 10:59 am

PRITAM PATEL wrote:I feels lucky with my tool, Just only 27 years old.......hik........hik....... :mrgreen:

So you are 27 years old , good for you ! :D

best,
Rp.


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Re: My new Astra 3000 (.32 ACP)

Postby dev » Sun May 08, 2011 11:25 am

PRITAM PATEL wrote:hello,
I wonder how a Grown up man can be happy with the tool Mfg. 60 years back.........if I am correct this year is 2011,............Mods. plz correct If I am wrong.......... :lol:

I feels lucky with my tool, Just only 27 years old.......hik........hik....... :mrgreen:

I believe in miracles, happens frequently in INDIA (Who needs flying saucers, or crop circles.... at least not me !!! ) :mrgreen: :mrgreen: :mrgreen:

regards


Freudian Slip...your 27 year old tool. You mean you don't get excited by most of the firearms found in this country?
Unless you are a cat with a newly imported weapon; which seems highly unlikely by the nature of your comment.
While your comment contributed nothing towards this discussion, it did inspire me to write a ditty for you.

Beastly Tales

Two Indian frogs sat on a well,
Looking up from their place,
On the wells base,
Their eyes on a third did dwell,

Hmm he has a new toy,
So what must be our ploy,
To deprive him of his moment’s joy.
One thought since I can’t play,
What he can play,
Let me say his gem is old,
There is nothing more to be told.
The other thought I might as well join in,
Who knows they might think I’ve got a leaning,
Towards being a purist of the sport,
Yes let me join in with this retort.
On they both went doing what they did best,
Expressing their disinterest,
On a bauble, that neither could digest.

With apologies to Vikram Seth.


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Re: My new Astra 3000 (.32 ACP)

Postby hamiclar01 » Sun May 08, 2011 12:18 pm

PRITAM PATEL wrote:hello,
I wonder how a Grown up man can be happy with the tool Mfg. 60 years back.........if I am correct this year is 2011,............Mods. plz correct If I am wrong.......... :lol:

I feels lucky with my tool, Just only 27 years old.......hik........hik....... :mrgreen:

I believe in miracles, happens frequently in INDIA (Who needs flying saucers, or crop circles.... at least not me !!! ) :mrgreen: :mrgreen: :mrgreen:

regards


OK, right.
I live in the UK, a land with an abundance of guns.
In my prized collection, which has taken time, years, effort and money to track down and accumulate, the youngest is 30 year old, and the oldest, 80+.
The fact that they are outshoot their contemporaries in quality, and are now priced more than when I first got them, is pointless.
Because, according to you, I am a juvenile :wink:


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Re: My new Astra 3000 (.32 ACP)

Postby m24 » Sun May 08, 2011 12:23 pm

PRITAM PATEL wrote:hello,
I wonder how a Grown up man can be happy with the tool Mfg. 60 years back.........if I am correct this year is 2011,............Mods. plz correct If I am wrong.......... :lol:

I feels lucky with my tool, Just only 27 years old.......hik........hik....... :mrgreen:

I believe in miracles, happens frequently in INDIA (Who needs flying saucers, or crop circles.... at least not me !!! ) :mrgreen: :mrgreen: :mrgreen:

regards

When it matters, this 60 year old tool will go bang. And your 27 year old, you better zip it, lest it attracts unwarranted attention.

Regards


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1) All guns are always loaded. Even if they are not, treat them as if they are.
2) Never let the muzzle cover anything you are not willing to destroy.
3) Keep your finger off the trigger till your sights are on the target.
4) Identify your target, and what is behind it.

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Re: My new Astra 3000 (.32 ACP)

Postby Olly » Sun May 08, 2011 12:49 pm

Some people have a uncanny habit of hijacking other's threads'.... and instead of appreciating and participating in another member's joy, perversion - either because of jealousy or simple meanness, takes over and shows up in such posts....



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Re: My new Astra 3000 (.32 ACP)

Postby hornet » Sun May 08, 2011 2:37 pm

all pistols have a recoil except .22 maybe of smaller bore and lesser impact othe blow back



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Re: My new Astra 3000 (.32 ACP)

Postby eljefe » Sun May 08, 2011 5:10 pm

Pritam, put your mind back into your pants, where it belongs
making grown men write quatrains, no less
Dev, whilst we're doing 'odes for guns', here's a haiku:
Until you came into my life
a knock on the door
never spelt
instant heartache

may have some translation loss of the original,planned pentameter.But any gun owner in India awould agree with me


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Re: My new Astra 3000 (.32 ACP)

Postby art_collector » Sun May 08, 2011 6:23 pm

Well you found the pistol now go on a searching spree for the 32 Pistol ammunition :lol: ...its like finding a neddle in ten hay stacks. Never been able to figure why the ammunition is not being manufactured :evil: when the factories continue to issue revolver and pistols from all their factories. :? May be an filing an RTI into this might help.

Just heard guys that the prices of all the ammunitions are going to be raised .



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Re: My new Astra 3000 (.32 ACP)

Postby amit888_2000 » Mon May 09, 2011 11:10 pm

art_collector wrote:Well you found the pistol now go on a searching spree for the 32 Pistol ammunition :lol: ...its like finding a neddle in ten hay stacks. Never been able to figure why the ammunition is not being manufactured :evil: when the factories continue to issue revolver and pistols from all their factories. :? May be an filing an RTI into this might help.

Just heard guys that the prices of all the ammunitions are going to be raised .


Dear Friend - Art Collector, .32 ammo is available in the market, go to any dealer, I mean normal IOF ammo is in abundance.
Anyways )))cheers!!! :cheers:



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Re: My new Astra 3000 (.32 ACP)

Postby art_collector » Tue May 10, 2011 4:07 pm

Sir,


Please tell me which dealer do i visit to find this particular ammunition in Delhi.



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Re: My new Astra 3000 (.32 ACP)

Postby Calliph » Tue May 10, 2011 4:22 pm

Nice Peice liked it a lot..




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