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    Daystate 303 Woverine

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    Daystate 303 Woverine

    Post by Abda on Wed Jan 30, 2013 10:26 pm

    Just put the plastic down on a Daystate Wolverine 303 with upgraded shroud. Got a case of 303 rounds to go with it.

    I know, big, heavy, and not for backyard use. But I'm aiming to do some real hunting in and with this thing once I get it made friends with.

    Opininons, comments and no fluff posts are welcome. Call me an arse or call me not so smart. I'd like to hear it. But let it be known I *have* researched it.

    This means my next one may be a Cricket from TGAG. Don know yet. $ is always a factor.

    Gott hook up with Joe abot a gupy tank and I ought to be in business. But I still need to get three walies with GPS so my disabled but doesn't get out there and lock up without the ability to call for help.

    I told you guys I'd make my hunting dream come true. I'm working on it.



    You guys might notice the ads are gone. For members for a year, for guests only three months. But I'm tring to get that corrected but I still need a little hlp for it. People don't think a site is professional if they see all that "Down load now!" crap and I hate it. It's extrotion but whatcha gonna do?

    I'm fith on the list at AOA. Should get it around middle of Feb. I'll be setting on pins and needles until it gets there for sure! I'm gong to watch the time and "*WILL*" it to come!

    I'm looking hard at the Cricket from TPAG too. Peter may let me try one out so that'll be good. I just have such a problem with the foriegness of a bull pup and the only way to overcome it is by test one out.

    Got my Scuba copressor coming as well. I have two shoeboxes now one next to new and one just rebuilt. They both work great. But I must do the tith thing and share the wealt and give one to a disabled person that can 't hand pump. The other I sell. They may already be gone, don't know yet. But the word is out now.

    Well, wish me luck on this new AG *Wolverine*. I've got big hopes for this one!

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    Re: Daystate 303 Woverine

    Post by ORairgunner on Thu Jan 31, 2013 12:02 am

    Hey Abda, you're doing good, always makes me feel good to get a new gun. Let us know how it shoots. Regards, Tom


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    Re: Daystate 303 Woverine

    Post by Abda on Thu Jan 31, 2013 7:10 am

    ORairgunner wrote:Hey Abda, you're doing good, always makes me feel good to get a new gun. Let us know how it shoots. Regards, Tom
    Well, not good as in health, but good in that I can get it. And I do feel better about things knowing I *could* get it. I'm just hoping I'm not making this big mistake, you know? It'll be a closet queen until I can get out to places I can really shoot it. Not shooting it round here except to target and plink.

    Too, I got the ads off for members for a year and the guests for the next 6 months (I think?). Could use some help to keep them off for another 6 for guests---I think that important for droppers by to see a good looking site, you know? Donations donaations donations! Surprised)

    And too, you got a new gun I hear. You are goingto have to give us a report on that one at well.

    L8trs, Tom


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    Post by ORairgunner on Thu Jan 31, 2013 12:30 pm

    There's three posts in the PCP range. Regards, Tom


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    Post by grizzlyadams on Sun Feb 03, 2013 7:35 am

    sounds like it is going to be a winner! from the few videos i have watched on the wolverine, it is very impressive! congrats!!!!
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    Post by Abda on Sun Feb 03, 2013 2:29 pm

    grizzlyadams wrote:sounds like it is going to be a winner! from the few videos i have watched on the wolverine, it is very impressive! congrats!!!!

    Bout time something came my way! Eh?

    Now, you all have to give this slow old man some time to give his report. I'm still working on old stuff I promised and never delivered.

    But I'm try'n!

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    Re: Daystate 303 Woverine

    Post by grizzlyadams on Wed Feb 06, 2013 10:29 am

    tap,tap,tap.........fingers on the desk waiting....you have got to be going a little bonkers waiting for that beauty to get there! i know i would! Very Happy the hardeast part is having to wait for a new toy. but good things come to those who wait.... and apparently, so do slow things! Razz from what i have seen, that thing is deadly accurate to way out there!
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    Re: Daystate 303 Woverine

    Post by Squirrel on Wed Feb 06, 2013 9:55 pm

    ORairgunner wrote:There's three posts in the PCP range. Regards, Tom
    Yup, sure is!

    Just got the UPS notice---12th of Feb which is Tues of next week! affraid



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    Re: Daystate 303 Woverine

    Post by longhunter on Sat Mar 16, 2013 9:29 am

    does the wife know ? or is it gonna be one of those" gee, honey, the ups guy must have got the wrong address. well, as long as it's here, might as well open it up and see what it is. oh, look !, it's a .303 wolverine!! i always wanted to try one of these. maybe i should hang on to it, just in case the ups guy comes back for it. if he doesn't come back in three days, can i keep it?? HONEY??? PLEEEEASE?!?!?!
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    Post by Abda on Sun Mar 24, 2013 8:46 am

    longhunter wrote:does the wife know ? or is it gonna be one of those" gee, honey, the ups guy must have got the wrong address. well, as long as it's here, might as well open it up and see what it is. oh, look !, it's a .303 wolverine!! i always wanted to try one of these. maybe i should hang on to it, just in case the ups guy comes back for it. if he doesn't come back in three days, can i keep it?? HONEY??? PLEEEEASE?!?!?!



    You always crack me up, Dude. Always said I like your sense of humor.

    Anyway, can you believe it? I STILL haven't shot mine? That's how busy it is around here!

    Crying or Very sad

    But soon!

    Just got the scope I'm goingto use on it not to long ago.

    One day I'll get caught up and you guys will wonder when I'm going to shut up! Awe, what a target this statement will be!


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    Re: Daystate 303 Woverine

    Post by Abda on Sun Mar 24, 2013 9:39 am

    grizzlyadams wrote:tap,tap,tap.........fingers on the desk waiting....you have got to be going a little bonkers waiting for that beauty to get there! i know i would! Very Happy the hardeast part is having to wait for a new toy. but good things come to those who wait.... and apparently, so do slow things! Razz from what i have seen, that thing is deadly accurate to way out there!



    Tap, . . .tap. Kills me. See, THIS is what a forum is about! No strife, good humor, good friends! You guys have gotten me through a lot of tough times, guys. I mean that. I know I've been away. Just something(s) that happened that sort of demanded my whole and entire attention. That's why I've got you guys and Tom to help me out when I'm gone. But one day I'll be able to push the site more, make it better and all that. But for right now, I figure I've got at leat two more months before I can reall get down to the nitty gritty.

    If any of you are tech savy and can be an administrator, let me know, I'll consider it. Tom needs help and he's not tech savy but one of the most trust worthy people I know---that's why he's an admin. I don't want anyone fooling around in things they shouldn't, just do the job that needs to be done. And too, you can bring Tom along with you when and if he has the time. I had to really sweet talk him into helping me in being an admin. And it's one of the highest things a founder can do: give some control over the web site to some one. But I'll need a copy of your driver's license, you correct address and a seriouis phone call first. This is just CYA or Cover Your Ass on my part. I reall do need a partner. And our site keeps growing. The way it should: Not in leaps, but slowly. And don't take it personal that a lot of members don't post. It is very common. The numbers are what counts.

    See, my wife just got out of the hospital on a false heart attack scare. I've had to make more trips to Florida than I ever wanted over myh father's recent death and probate issues that should be cut and dry but I have "grifters", squaters, and plain out and out thieves to deal with. Without getting into detail, just one of the things they did was remove more than 2 grand out of my father's bank accounts AFTER HE'D already died! They tried to keep his death from me (as if!) so they could obtain all of his assets and estates---and they are not even related to him! It's a mess and consues a great deal of time.

    But on better news: Two battles that consumed a lot of m time, one the SSD and getting past four years of battle with them, I finall won but that was some time back---and then they followed me and video taped me FOREVER!

    Now the bigger one, the VA and my rights as a veteran were finally recognised: It took me from Oct of 2009 to Jan 23'rd of 2013 to win than one and it's real work people. It's a job just being a vet these days. I'm sure there are people out there that can identify.

    Then I took in a cousin of mine that is more like my little brother. He's a skaliwag for suere but I figure if I could just get him his GED at the age of 40 it would improve his self esteem. I paid for his clothes, shoes, books, cost of the classes and he bailed on the first day of school and then bowed up at me in my own home. I put him in his place and sent him packing. We all knew how he was but everybody deserves a second change, right? Besieds, no matter what he does, he's still my first cousin, much younger than I am and I'm more looked at like my own uncles and aunts. (I'm the oldest son for four generations and and I helped raise my younger cousins in a different aspect than just first cousin. I hold a different posistion than the rest of the cousins---me and my other cousin, female that is the other oldest and still not as old as I am compared to the rest. So when he bowed up at me, me having spent close to two grand on him, even buying his carton of smokes weekly, that was not something he was supposed to do. By our red neck family values AND for the respect as me a man in my own home trying to help him. So off he went. And, believe it or not, I paid for that too!

    Then there is the fact that my wife got new stuff for our bedroom she's been waiting for over 20 years to get. I mean, the list just keeps going. And all my other daily routines are still full of stuff that only allows me a short time on the computer to do this sort of stuff.

    You all have become very special to me. I don't have real friends. I'm a 100% Permanantly Disabled Veteran of the US Army. The VA sucks and I have to fight for all my stuff.

    I've shared all of this with you so that you all know that just because I'm not here and pushing the site and doing my thing that it isn't because I'm lazy or have no interest. That would be the complete oposite of what the truth is.

    Air guns changed my life. It was the one thing that got me going again and from 225 lbs to my current and stable weight of 186 lbs. My life is better because of AGs and the people that I have developed real relationships with along the way.

    This is a heart felt share, guys. It is meant to say thank you for your friendship, plead for your help in keeping our site going and to be patient while I deal with what curves that life throws at me. I haven't given up: Not on life, not on our site, "The Independent" etc, etc. But there were times that I just did not know what I was going to do. This has all given me direction and friends I never knew I had.

    God bless each and every one of you and to my mods: You all know you are more than just mods to me, right? I'll leave that at that and call this one closed.

    Well, I felt I owed you all an explaination of why I'm not here managing the site issues and pushing our site more than I do. Now you all know just a little of what I have on my plate besides the normal things we all face each and every day.

    Some of you call me just to chat. THAT is such a great thing for me and one day, if you stick with me, I promise I'll make a trip to see you on your own grounds and we'll do some shoot'n by Jove! Bank on it! I know, I know, some of you live half way 'round the world but I'll make it as long as my softy heart keeps beating!

    Well, enough of the sob stories and softy crap. It's not becoming of me and I know it but I just felt that I needed to set the record straight, I've done that so enough of it already, right?

    Now, Griz, got your message and thanks for that. You can call me now and I should be able to take the call. To all concerned: I got a smart phone and it's kicking my arse! Give me some time or keep calling if I don't get the call or don't answer. Texting is a sure way to let me know you've called and I can then return your call. Fact is, sometimes, I just don't know I've gotten a call or a phone call 'cause the darn thing might be on airport mode or something and me not know it!

    Enough of this.

    Said my piece.

    Catch you all later, my friends, may family.

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    Re: Daystate 303 Woverine

    Post by longhunter on Thu Apr 18, 2013 10:03 am

    i know the feeling. my father passed away january 8th. i was on the road when i got the call that he was on his way out. my wife wouldn't leave his bedside. she said there was no way she was going to let him die alone. she's got an awful big heart for such a little thing. between that, work, and everything else that goes on around here, i haven't had time to do anything. i haven't pulled a trigger since back in october. life has a tendency to get in the way, sometimes.

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