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Excellent Wife

Army Mom New to NJGF

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Glad to have found the NJGF!  A little about me:

I've owned guns and have been shooting for about 5 years. My husband and I have three children: one in college, one active duty Army, and one Army National Guard. We are all politically active and fight for our 2A rights among other important liberties that certain groups try to take from us.  

I hope to visit from time to time and get to know folks and keep up with NJ gun info.          

~Michele P. 

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Welcome. We always welcome Excellent Wives. I know, because I have one.

And thank you and your family for their service to our country.

Keeping up with NJ gun info is a challenge. We all strive to meet it. And ultimately 'drive down the curve', to put it in current parlance.

 

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Welcome and thank you to you and your family for their service.

After the world returns to normal ya' all should come out to one of the "Shotgun Shoot Outs" (clay shoots at Wildlife Management Areas).  LOTS of fun.  You don't need a shotgun.  Just bring clays and shells.  Plenty of people will share.

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Just now, Excellent Wife said:

Taylor ham, of course (I'm raised in north Jersey!). 

Will have to figure out the meatloaf thing at some point. 

Can I reply directly under someone's post - or only here at the bottom?

 

Only here at the bottom - but you can click on the "Quote" button to quote them.... or the + button to multi quote if you want to reply to more than one.

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On 4/6/2020 at 3:33 PM, Excellent Wife said:

Taylor ham, of course (I'm raised in north Jersey!). 

Will have to figure out the meatloaf thing at some point. 

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A very learned person, I see.

Do not under circumstances try the meatloaf. Legend says the corona virus is mother nature teaching us a lesson for mixing fruit and meat in the same dish.

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