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Old 07-03-2003, 11:31 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Lost Bag - June 24th

I lost a 10" "Nicholas McGuire" grey tool bag with a black leather bottom on Tuesday the 24th at around 8 PM half way down Big Sluice just shy of the springs.

I'd really like to get the small handgun with a master trigger lock back from the bag - everything else is pretty replacable.

Please let me know if you found it, no questions asked.

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Old 07-04-2003, 11:36 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Man that sucks!!! how the hell did you lose a bag with a hand gun in it Something like that should be kept tied down and right at your side. Sorry to here that>>>

If you have a Reg.# for it I would report it as lost so if some-ASS
uses it to kill someone U-DON'T get taken to jail
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No Excuss

It was a very very very long day - started at 10 AM, and I lost the bag after we finished a trail repair (third of the day) around 11 PM that night.

It's been reported, but I'd still like to get it back.

Let's just say, the bag was in a spot where I needed to move it to get to some parts, and, since I didn't put the parts back, the bag didn't get secured before we moved - no excuss, just tired.
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Old 07-08-2003, 08:04 AM   #5 (permalink)
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I know what you mean about not puting things away I just hope it wasn't a real high $$$ good gun.

It's also not the first time someone has lost a gun out there. One of the Rangers found a 30-06 Hunting rifle laying on the guard rail blocks on top of the Loon Lake dam . Best they could figure was a hunter returned to his truck loaded up his Atv and gear and forgot
his Rifle was on the block and drove away....
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Sounds Familiar

That's about what I did - took the bag out to get to some tools, put it on top of the ice chest, put the tools in another rig so I didn't have to carry them. Got back to my rig, closed everything up and took off - who knows when the bag slid off the ice chest, but I'd bet it was pretty quick on the Big Sluice.

I'd post more detail on the HG - but would prefer not to, so if someone finds it - I can ID it for them with explicit detail. I will say it was an S&W - so a little on the pricey side - but was also a gift from a departed grandparent.

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