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Rolex watches. They keep me broke

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This! My watch collecting habit definitely needs to end already.
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german lugers & 1st & 2nd gen colt saa pistols

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+1 on guitars, but haven't been into it in a while.

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Watches, home reno's, firearms, vinyl, dogs, and scotch.

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I'm not sure if guitar counts. After I bought my Schecter Hellraiser C-1, I haven't had wondering eyes for another guitar. Completely happy with it.
I'm with you on Schecter guitars, I have quite a few of them. My favorite one I'm always picking up is my Hellraiser Avenger. I also love my Devil Custom, Dan Donegan Ultra, and C-1 Classic.

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I have too many guns and gear. Now my $$$ money goes toward 556/762 and .45 ammo. Never can have enough.
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Gas for the boat. Lol. We put about 40 hours on our 1998 Mariah each season, most of the gas is burned towing it all over 3 states.

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I have too many guns and gear. Now my $$$ money goes toward 556/762 and .45 ammo. Never can have enough.
I would recommend getting in to reloading if you don't already.

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Nearly finished remodeling my kitchen just need to do the new pantry organizer and then its done.

I have been in to building guns and target shooting for a long time, built several 1911's of varying sizes and calibers. Currently a little more than half way through building my next, this one is a 5" double stack 1911 in 10mm, also previously built a couple AR's and converted a couple of Saiga Ak's.
A double stacked 10mm 1911 sounds badass. I haven't ever seen any manufactures before. Wow, what a great idea. My main hobby is gun collecting and target shooting. That hobby definitely took a huge hit when I picked up my GT500, although it was definitely worth it.


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Nice. I have an old Ehrfurt that I recently got back in shooting condition. It's a 1916 with no nazi proof marks, so I'm pretty sure it was a war trophy brought back from WWI. All matching numbers aside from the magazine. It is unfortunately in pretty rough condition. The previous owner let it get rusted up. Very sad.


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Suprised that this one hasn't come up already, but in addition to the guns, watches, boats, dirt bikes and quads, I am also into one of the most iconic american motor vehicles of all ..... Harley Davidson's. I have two, and they cost every bit as much as a mustang to mod, and in their stock form actually need it more than a mustang.




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Suprised that this one hasn't come up already, but in addition to the guns, watches, boats, dirt bikes and quads, I am also into one of the most iconic american motor vehicles of all ..... Harley Davidson's. I have two, and they cost every bit as much as a mustang to mod, and in their stock form actually need it more than a mustang.



I love motorcycles, but the scare me. Actually, other people on the road scare me. Especially all of the college kids with dodge duellys in this town that think they have corvettes. I ways wanted a little Harley Sportster or an Enfield Bullet.


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