Dear Santa,

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  1. meatloaf109

    meatloaf109 Well-Known Member

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    It's that time of year, when the kids start thinking of the letter to jolly old St.Nick, so, here's your chance!
    Dear Santa please send me a...(and keep it clean,...Jan!)
     
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    I'll start it out,
    A plane kit suitable for G.B.#17!
     
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    Dear Santa,

    I would like more intelligence, so I can better understand things.

    P.S. One of those Spitfires from Burma would be nice too!
     
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    Dear Santa
    I would like a Hawker Hurricane please and if not a flight in a Two-seat one (if such a thing exists)
     
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    Dear Santa,

    Seeing as the Dec. 21 is the end of the world, I would like to see Dec.25. Oh yeah, and a Barrett .50 cal.

    Geo
     
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    I’ll opt for a LORWANCE HDS-5 Gen 2 Fish finder/GPS.
     
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    World Peace. Aw, screw that, it isn't ever gonna happen. I would like a Winchester Model 62 .22 rifle (ammo is much cheaper than the Barret that Fubar57 wants).
     
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    That is true but no need for a double-tap during the zombie apocalypse. :twisted:
     
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    Springfield 1903 Sniper (mint). But I would gladly accept a Gibbs 1903A4 reproduction.
     
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    Nothing says Christmas like a nice new, or used rifle;) Just thought it was funny that 3 of the last 5 Christmas wishes were for rifles.
     
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    Yeah absolutely. 'Tis the season of giving Buck. You go first with my request. :toothy5:

    I too would like a Barrett, but I'd have to drive halfway across the state to find some land to put $2.25/rd downrange. Oh and some gold to pay for it.
     
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    Hmmm...Let me see. I want a Nikon 200-400mm lens (it's only $6,000) and a Nikon D7000, or a D300 would be okay too.

    The non-selfish part of me wants my daughter to get her hair back.
     
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    Dear Santa,

    Please let me get past Halloween and Thanksgiving!
     
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    Some wishes for some of my friends:

    For Terry - paint that's not Humbrol, or if it must be Humbrol, then some that actually dries.
    For Wayne - more shelf space.
    For Cory - a new arena for the Oilers (and a hockey season for that matter)
    New sunglasses for Vic
    A new workbench top for Paul.
    For Bill - a tee shirt that says "I soldier on"
    For Wojtek - time
     
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    .....cont'd

    For Jan - a ladyfriend who serves him drinks while building model kits faster than he can buy 'em.
    For Paul (Maximowitz) - Puttfarken's Tagebuch
    For Brooks - a new SLR lens
    For Harrison - his brother back.
    For Gary - the rest of a full scale Mustang
    For Tony - the rest of a full scale Spitfire
    For Glenn - the rest of a full scale Thunderbolt.
    For those who didn't wish for guns - guns so you can defend yourselves!
     
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    Wow. This is a tough one... I guess just a couple of books.

    "Japanese Aircraft Interiors 1940-1945" [Hardcover] Robert C. Mikesh (Author)
    "Luftwaffe Camouflage and Markings, 1933-45, Volume 1: Pre-War Development, Paint Systems, Paint Composition, Patterns Applications, Day Fighters" (Classic Colours) [Hardcover] K. A. Merrick (Author)
     
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    A big bag of sleep....
     
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    Super powers.
     
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