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Beautiful ring for your hunt.

Good luck on your next outing and remember to stay safe.

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At first glance, I thought you found a cammo ring. Special Forces graduation ring? Guess I need new glasses!

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Very nice. Not counting the skull ring in the list of keeper? :)

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Nice way to start the day! Great looking ring Joe. I can't think of a better hobby to enjoy.

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Niceyyyyyyyy

I like the skull ring

 

 

 

RR

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On 11/12/2021 at 2:19 AM, Valens Legacy said:

Beautiful ring for your hunt.

Good luck on your next outing and remember to stay safe.

Thank you! And Yes, Safety very important.

22 hours ago, CPT_GhostLight said:

Awesome finds! I'd call that a  great day.

 

Thanks You!

21 hours ago, rvpopeye said:

Nice pirate ring ! Nicer cameo... yup yup.👍

Thank You!

19 hours ago, Old Line Paul said:

At first glance, I thought you found a cammo ring. Special Forces graduation ring? Guess I need new glasses!

Cameo ring.... Let me know I'll send you some reading glasses, I'm at 2.75 now.. started with 1.25 about 10 years ago...at this rate I will have to wear two sets in the next 10 years.

19 hours ago, kac said:

Very nice. Not counting the skull ring in the list of keeper? 🙂

Thank you! Skull ring goes in the junk stuff I will give to a friend who seeds his yard for his grandson.

18 hours ago, Slimpickuns said:

That's an old beauty! Congrats!

Thanks Slim! 

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