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Benny

Cody Dowg where are you????

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Hey Cody Dowg, we ended up with a .410 single shot out at Beaverbrook this year.

Some one said it came in the day after the PF youth day.

Any one call you looking for thier gun??

Benny

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Oh man, I think that might be one of our guns! The chapter owns a few that we use for Youth Day and Firearm Safety Classes. I seem to think we were one gun short, I will check. I have the most of the serial numbers written down...somewhere.

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Benny & Cody Dawg,

We are missing one 410 from youth day. It is not one of the chapters that you have the numbers for. If it was in the case, the case was camo and should have Scheunemann in marker on the case. The gun itself is an H&R with the changeable barrels.

Roger

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I had most of it right, we were missing one, but it was one of our committee members personal guns. What can we do to get it back?

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Hey Cody, all you have to do is send me $50 and the owner's name and phone number.

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There was a name on the case, I have to call the Pres of the club to see if she has the name or not at her house.

The gun is safe and locked up at the club house, we will be open this coming Sunday the 6th.

Or if it's yours I can pick it up that day and bring it to my house in Coon Rapids then meet you some where to hand it off.

Benny

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If that is the gun and you can grab it, that would be best as rogrod works in Coon Rapids, which would be convenient. I will let you guys work it out. I will see him tomorrow nite and mention it.

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