Jeff in TX wrote: »
Quick question for one who has never attended and I'm not sure how this works. Do we donate $$$ towards food and drinks or bring food, snacks and drinks? Or is it a combination of both?
kansashunter wrote: »
I know CPJ called the beer I brought women's beer but did you have to call it piss water?
NN wrote: »
Bring water and a cooler, it usually hot and no drinking water up on the hill.
Most of us have extra water.
Rocketman wrote: »
I'm hoping I can make it this year. Of course its difficult to plan ahead when running a business. I've got a few rifles and pistols to bring and I'm hoping the 357 project will be done by then to bring as it's now my priority project. If anyone is interested in seeing a 12 lb projectile reach mach speeds, I can bring some rocketry with me. Of course the roof will be 49,999 feet to keep from needing an faa waiver :jester:
cpj wrote: »
Pffft. You don't need that much height when you aim it horizontal. We can get about 300 yards that way.
Diver43 wrote: »
Where is everyone staying this year???
Wambli Ska wrote: »
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woodsrunner wrote: »
Kinda thinkin' about bringing some of my "special beer" if any of you'ns would want any. Jerry suggests that I bring up a couple of my flintlocks and set up to let anyone who wants to try one out. By the way---drove through Atlanta Tuesday with a pick-up load of corn (solid kind, not liquid ) and I COULD SEE OUT OF MY TRUCK! THANK YOU, JERRY!
snake284 wrote: »
For my point of view, cpj is a lot like me
Fisheadgib wrote: »
Gun wise, the only ones that I know for sure so far that I'm bringing are my Mossberg MVP's in 5.56 and .308. I may bring the stainless .357 lever as that got shot a bit last time and maybe the .22mag single shot again. If Joe is really going to show up, I might bring an 1895 in 45-70 and a handful of snot slingers.
Food wise, I was going to bring the obligatory shrimp to boil. If y'all are good with that, I'll point out that I can bring the really big ones but the mid sized ones are better boiled. I've also got enough mackerel to make a batch of smoked dip and the lovely Miss Debbie will make her mango/key lime pies.
woodsrunner wrote: »
Chris, the difference is that the shrimp Steve brings up are freshly caught NORTH GULF COAST WILD SHRIMP! And the shrimp available to you in the middle of the Country are Southeast Asian farm shrimp raised IN SEWAGE WATER!............