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    thread won't open

    On the thread posted by Kyril Negoda titled "Wooden case Mod question", I was not able to open it.
    Clicked as per usual but nuttin' happened.
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    It opens fine in Firefox and Internet explorer for me...

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    No problem in Safari.
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    I'll try Remington 870 next.
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    I'm sure there's nothing wrong with your computer that a .30-06 wouldn't fix in a jiffy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Frank Fusco View Post
    I'll try Remington 870 next.
    Quote Originally Posted by Cynthia White View Post
    I'm sure there's nothing wrong with your computer that a .30-06 wouldn't fix in a jiffy.
    I'd have to go with frank on this one. The .30-06 would go right through the case with very little damage. The 870, being a shotgun will have a bigger area of damage with less penetration.

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    Both would give you the satisfaction you are looking for. But the grief that would ensue building another computer would not be worth the cost of the shell. Believe me...I'm in the middle of one right now. Jim.
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    Ah but a well placed 30-06 round would do nothing more than add a vent hole and give one satisfaction of shooting the PC
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jim O'Dell View Post
    Both would give you the satisfaction you are looking for. But the grief that would ensue building another computer would not be worth the cost of the shell. Believe me...I'm in the middle of one right now. Jim.
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