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$12.00 Hat.

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Whilst at the local market today I spotted this hat, thought it would be ok for hunting...felt like it was made of straw but the label says paper... :shock: Oh we'll see how it stands up to British weather... :lol:
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What? You have weather too? :lol: :lol: :lol:
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Grizz wrote:
Tue Sep 15, 2020 11:57 am
What? You have weather too? :lol: :lol: :lol:
We call it weather but actually it's just Dizzle...... :lol:
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Never been to England. I could turn the shower to cold and lower the pressure to get the same weather. Texas? We have heat. Not much weather. Of course, we only have to deal with ice and snow about two weeks every ten years. Rain? Just enough. Barely! 8)
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The coldest I've ever been in my life was London in January! Those cold, damp and dark days are something to experience.

Cool hat by the way. :D

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I have seen something that looks like that on a singer/hunter/pro hunting activist in some magazine ads. GK, you need to take a picture of yourself wearing it and holding a bow and arrows.
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GK, your the official English Ted Nugent. You would probably get along fine in his company, i expect, tooth fang and claw 8)
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octagon wrote:
Tue Sep 15, 2020 6:31 pm
GK, your the official English Ted Nugent. You would probably get along fine in his company, i expect, tooth fang and claw 8)
I thought of Uncle Ted when I saw it... :mrgreen:
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Y’all are laughing at the hat when the good man used the word Whilst? :lol:

You uncultured heathens should be laughing at your ignorant selves... I am laughing at my ignorant self...

Thank you Gamekeeper for keeping us cultured with language usage from across the pond. 8)
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Octagon has it right GK...looks like the hat that Cat Scratch Fever wears........you get aallll of the neat stuff!---006
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Hey! Nice lid GK!
Now let's see.....instead of the "Motor city madman", what can we call you? :D
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The Larch forest fox killer?
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piller wrote:
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The Larch forest fox killer?
Nice! Very upscale and classy, Piller. :D
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Whatever we call GK now don't matter as I'd spend a week in camp with both Uncle Ted and his British doppelgänger! :lol: ( do I get points for the big word Piller? )

I used to wear my Stetson, boy does a guy get strange looks around here for beaver felt !
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NICE HAT!
I would walk around London with you.
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My wife and I spent a week in Cambridge with friends. He took us to London where we saw the sights. He said it was a nice day. I about froze and was wet from the drizzle but apparently that passes for nice. :roll:
My hat did not draw much attention.
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Unbeknownst to G-K we are always watching every word he says and what its meaning might be..... G-K just heard a new term, "one thunker" As in: when it fell off the bench I only heard one thunker!
30/30 Winchester: Not accurate enough fer varmints, barely adequate for small deer; BUT In a 10" to 14" barrelled pistol; is good for moose/elk to 200 yards; ground squirrels to 300 metres

I dont call it a long Colt for the same reason I dont call it a short Auto!
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Careful now, I'm from Birmingham in the West Midlands, known as a Brumie and renowned for having the worst accent in Britain!
We use phrases that folks from outside the area can't understand, so "one thunker" would work and soon be incorporated into the the local dialect just like #7 Narf shot.... :lol:
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Narf narf - isn't that a dog with a hairlip?!

I've stolen your 7 narf and use it often now ! :lol:
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GunnyMack wrote:
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Narf narf - isn't that a dog with a hairlip?!

I've stolen your 7 narf and use it often now ! :lol:
Twas our friend Nath that first used 7narf in written text but we both have always said it, it's a Midland thing... :wink:
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I know our #7 is different than yours but are the Narfs the same ?
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I was watching one of those fake spooky documentaries last night, and they were chasing an elusive Narf. :lol:
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Gunny, yes your narfs are the same as our narfs ..... :D
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gamekeeper wrote:
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Gunny, yes your narfs are the same as our narfs ..... :D
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this is the closest to a cowboy hat that I own... :)
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OldWin wrote:
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The Larch forest fox killer?
But,,,, is your "Larch" the same as our Tamarack? (A tree which has needles that it sheds every autumn, a deciduous conifer.)
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Alan in Vermont wrote:
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The Larch forest fox killer?
But,,,, is your "Larch" the same as our Tamarack? (A tree which has needles that it sheds every autumn, a deciduous conifer.)
As far as I know yes they are closely related, the Larch needles turn orange and fall, one of my favourite trees.
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G-K, can you get any fatwood from them or resin?
30/30 Winchester: Not accurate enough fer varmints, barely adequate for small deer; BUT In a 10" to 14" barrelled pistol; is good for moose/elk to 200 yards; ground squirrels to 300 metres

I dont call it a long Colt for the same reason I dont call it a short Auto!
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3leggedturtle wrote:
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G-K, can you get any fatwood from them or resin?
There is resin but I didn't notice any fatwood to speak of. The Larch I cut up was about100 years old and had been dead a while. It burns well and hardly leaves any ash.
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1894c wrote:
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this is the closest to a cowboy hat that I own... :)
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Rusty, I can't do the Indian but construction guy could be a possibility.... :lol:
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gamekeeper wrote:
Tue Sep 15, 2020 6:57 pm
octagon wrote:
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GK, your the official English Ted Nugent. You would probably get along fine in his company, i expect, tooth fang and claw 8)
I thought of Uncle Ted when I saw it... :mrgreen:
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