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.30-06 bolt action rifles. Nothing too expensive.


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I really don’t collect any specific item. I have been buying more “Made in the USA” things lately from times past. Aluminum roaster, coffee pots, some older oil lamps. Wife picked up some Woolrich blankets and I got a Woolrich coat the other day.

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I try to collect knowledge.


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Originally Posted by 160user
I have quite an extension collection of outdated and dry rotten condoms. I hadn't planned to start collecting them, it just sort of ended up that way.



Originally Posted by 19352012
Scars. Mostly emotional. My wife has really helped me with them. Without her I wouldn't have any let alone a collection.



LOLOLOLOLOLOLOL


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Originally Posted by rcamuglia
Originally Posted by 160user
I have quite an extension collection of outdated and dry rotten condoms. I hadn't planned to start collecting them, it just sort of ended up that way.



Originally Posted by 19352012
Scars. Mostly emotional. My wife has really helped me with them. Without her I wouldn't have any let alone a collection.



LOLOLOLOLOLOLOL


I was just checking to see if anyone even read what was posted.

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When women get to a certain age, they start to collect cats...

This is known as the many paws.

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Fat cells.

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Originally Posted by MarkWV
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Originally Posted by Toddly
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i might start collecting cub cadet tractors. just got my first the other week and really like it.

Probably the best mower I’ve ever had. It’s a beast mowing on side slopes.
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My Dad is on his second one of these CC zero turn mowers with a steering wheel. He raves about'em.

Once you get used to mowing on side slopes they are awesome. Cuts my mowing time in half.

On my 3rd year with one. It’s been a good investment.


I have a zero turn cub cadet and I hate it. It cuts terrible and doesn't have much lift. Doesn't mulch worth crap and the bagger was so bad I returned it. It was just a 42" home depot one that runs about $2800 so it's definitely not top of the line.

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I was out collecting leaves today. I have two giant plies of them.
Ash leaves, apricot leaves, fig leaves, pistachio leaves, and lots of pine straw.
I think I'll press them in the dictionary.


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Years and gray hair. Lately I've been loosing my gray hair collection.


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old chocolate pot sets and tea sets


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Junk silver coins, reloading supplies, ammo and guns.


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Used to collect guns but lost interest when after a few decades I came to the conclusion there were only a few that I truly liked to hunt and shoot with. I've always loved my little 74mm "Executive" Swiss Army Knife and have carried one for as long as I can remember. A few years ago SAK announced they were discontinuing that model which was a heart breaker. I guess you could say I now collect them and keep a watchful eye out on eBay and a few other places for any unusual ones that pop up. I buy them for myself and my 3 daughters. I don't believe they'll ever have any true "collector" value but any other colors besides red or black have become quite rare.

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Märklin model trains. I have about 3,500 pieces of rolling stock and over 500 locomotives.

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Originally Posted by Nollij
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Reloading components.


Yep. I must be good at it, my wife complains about it.

Same here.
Wife: Do you need all this reloading equipment?

You know we need it all and then some.


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Wife: Do you need all this reloading equipment?
Yep. Do you need all those shoes?


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S&W revolvers (lately more Colts), Griswold cast iron.


Slaves get what they need. Free men get what they want.

Rehabilitation is way overrated.

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Originally Posted by rem141r
i might start collecting cub cadet tractors. just got my first the other week and really like it.


If it's like the Cub I had, you'll have to have a collection of them to have one that actually works.....


"...and he that hath no sword, let him sell his garment, and buy one."
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