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    Great news!!!You'll be ok & before you know it you'll shoot like nothing happened :)

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    Hi Psychosis. Sorry to hear of your mishap, hope you get better very soon. Looks like things are already on the up, all the best!

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    Hi Hope you soonest man

    tims

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    Thanks guys ;-)

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    Pic. If you are squirmish, turn away now.
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    Do me one favour. Don't do what my father did...he put the chopped off piece of his thumb in the fridge (in formaldehyde)...

    Good joke on unsuspecting guests, but it looses its shock value after a while.

    ;-)

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    Default Re: Shooting with a disability

    Quote Originally Posted by stefanvan View Post
    Great news!!!You'll be ok & before you know it you'll shoot like nothing happened :)
    LOL!!!

    You are correct about the shooting.

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    Ouch bru!

    WTF? Did you just lose concentration... did you slip..? Seems like you kept a 45 degree angle going there...

    Glad the doctor is happy with the patch-job!
    Be ready for anything, and if his head is not at least two meters away from the body, do not 'assume' he is dead and out of the fight. - Ikor

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    Quote Originally Posted by Psychosis View Post
    Pic. If you are squirmish, turn away now.
    yikes. looks like it stung a bit :)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Psychosis View Post
    Shocking story, but really funny nonetheless. And that coming from someone who just recently learned tha hard way how it feels to loose appendages.
    Thought you might find some career-guidance useful...



    Just a thought. Use it, don't use it...
    Be ready for anything, and if his head is not at least two meters away from the body, do not 'assume' he is dead and out of the fight. - Ikor

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