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    Re: Guns And Firearms Thread

    Denvered I have one national match M1-A1 and one Sako TRG22 both in 7.62x51 (.308)
    I love both, the M1 is nice because of the 20 round mags.
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    Re: Small Towns ..

    Hey Orange, at least he asked instead of just loading it up and taking off.
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    Re: Guns And Firearms Thread

    Here in Arkansas they rewrote the carry law, currently the riff is over the open carry portion, but the AG has stated that the new law allows for open carry. I prefer to keep the bad guys guessing...
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    Re: Guns And Firearms Thread

    When I shot three gun competition I used my Clark 1911 and had another one chambered for 38 WC. Once I tired of the traveling I sold the pair to another competitor that had asked about buying them at...
  5. Re: I picked up a nice used radio for the house today...

    A private repeater network kinda smacks of "snob group" to me.
  6. Re: Ham radio alerts the Western World of Lithuanian invasion

    Just goes to show how those who would oppress can always be defeated through dedicated, willing actions by people outside the danger zone. What a great story of how Amateur Radio operators can and do...
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    Re: A little mobile antenna work

    Nothing like building your confidence, it makes a world of difference.

    The one thing I have found out about conventional thinking is that it is conventional, which means every tom,dick and harry...
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    Re: Convoy on the Air

    I got to watch the convoy as they came into Little Rock, AR. Some really sweet rigs, all perfectly restored. It was really something to see up close.
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    Re: Welding Questions

    A bridge is when you make a spot weld from one piece to the other, it connects the two pieces so your ground is fully functional. It is easier to strike an arc on the piece that has the ground...
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    Re: Welding Questions

    I think the biggest issue is to get one that fits you with no leaks. I have a Norton that was free to me from Norton. All those shown look to be decent units, cartridges are fairly well...
  11. Thread: WOW

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    Re: WOW

    What a Deal.
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    Re: What is wrong with this picture?

    Oh Snap is right! Blocks bad, so very bad.
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    Re: Pook's Dana 44's

    http://www.extremeaxlesales.com/highpinionD44housing.aspx

    These are nice housings
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    Re: Dual Lightbar Mount

    Very nice bracket work. I had an idiot with one of those turn it on as he was coming towards me. I nearly had to stop, could not see well for almost two minutes because of his blinding light bar. I...
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    Re: Welding Questions

    how's the back side look? if you get the rod in there really well you should see some penetration there. The second photo's bead looks lots better. do you make a bridge before you get going along...
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    Re: Welding Questions

    Lately I do aluminum boats and motorcycles so TIG is my main thing when I do welding. My favorite has always been mixed gas though.
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    Re: Welding Questions

    Wow, ships, yeah, straight line is how they want those plates put together. They want speed and good welds.
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    Re: Welding Questions

    Steam pipe requires three passes, Oil tanks are usually done with three passes too. I have used straight line, "stitch" and circular runs to weld these types of items. It all depends on having the...
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    Re: Do I have to be able to read a map?

    I have several different compasses, my silva ranger is my favorite, it can be set for demarcation so you are always looking at true north (if you set the demarcation that is). I love my topographical...
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    Re: Welding Questions

    looks like you are getting there, I find that going a bit slower always gives me better beads. I don't Mig weld but I do mixed gas, stick and TIG. When I was welding oil tanks I found that adding...
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    Re: What did you do to your NON Jeep today?

    Nice polish job there Jim.
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    Re: Engine swap options?

    I have the 4.7 HO engine and it has 187k on it so far. The heads were redone because of a recall (valve seats) This engine like regular oil changes and contrary to the factory specs for oil (5W30) I...
  23. Thread: Atlas II

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    Re: Atlas II

    I have plans to get the 4 speed, wife has said that once I get the farm buildings up and the house built, I can make the additions to the Red Lizard that I've wanted. So in maybe 4 more years I will...
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    Re: What did you do to your jeep today?

    Nice work Jake ! I love to build my own stuff for the Red Lizard but the last two years have been barren for that. Far to busy building the farm Buzzard's Roost. My latest acquisition has been three...
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    Re: Where do you go for Thanksgiving?

    Wolf and I are going up to our land. Four days of bliss and thanks to the creator. Lots of work to get done so we can be moving there in the spring.
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