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New to bee keeping as well.... Started out with 4 new colonies, bees and queens from bee weaver in Navasota Texas.... The wife and I drove there (7 hour trip) and brought them back.... The ladies are doing great.... one colony has taken off like wild fire and will be adding the first super this next week. The other three will get their first supers in about 3 weeks or so..... :D
 

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Welcome, and tell the wife I agree with the .32. I wouldn't trade my little Kel-Tec .32 auto for two .45's or 9mm's. :D
 

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I was also a gunsmith, .32 are fun plinkers, and concealeble, but weak self defence weapons, lol iddee and I disagree--a .357 is far more versatile with regards to types of ammunition and is as concealeble as for your bees wish you the best of luck with them sounds like your doing O.K.
 
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