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  1. I posted this before but I guess people can't believe their own eyes. I took this in in front of my place two years ago and it has not been altered!
  2. I have what is listed. What would you like to buy?
  3. Added PMC X-TAC 5.56 NATO 62 GR.
  4. Yes, it is all still available!
  5. bump Really? No interest at all?
  6. SOLD Lake City Ammo .223 Remington is sold. Federal American Eagle 62 gr 5.56 x 45 NATO case of 4 150 round boxes. Sold. 2 cases available @ $150.00 each. Single 150 round boxes $40.00 each. Four for $150.00. Sold. Federal American Eagle 55 gr 5.56 x 45 NATO case of 5 120 round boxes. Sold. PMC X-TAC 5.56 NATO 1 Case of 1000 rounds in 20 round boxes available for $275.00. Located in Ewing, NJ.
  7. Just did a search on GB for "scar" and got 2200 plus results.
  8. Thanks. This isn't the kind of job I would take on. Looks like plenty of advice given already. My first question would be "How much is this thing worth?" Is it really worth spending that much money? A used unit would be my choice for something that old unless it is restored or pristine condition. And the rest of the truck will last hundreds of thousands more miles.
  9. I didn't see this post earlier but here's my story anyway. I am 75 and started to smoke at age 8. Once in a while my buddy from the neighborhood would sneak a pack of his parents cigs. They were chain smokers and never missed a pack here and there. I started regularly at about 12 years old. Bought my own and smoked 'em. At 16 I was allowed to smoke by my parents. From there I smoked 1-2 packs a day until I had an experience with a close friends drug addiction. He had finally hit bottom and asked for help. I helped get him into a good rehab facility and he got clean. He's still clean almost twenty years later. As to my smoking, I tried many times (too many to count) Gum, gradual tapering off and cold turkey. Over a couple of months I would get down to two a day. Easy. Easy because I new tomorrow morning or tonight I could have another. Never could get to zero. My own self esteem got me to quit. "Do I have the will power to do this?" I asked myself. Yes. I had to prove to myself I could do it. After all, my friend had quit crack and all the rest. Well it has been eighteen years now and I still get the urge now and then but it only lasts a few seconds. I don't want to think of myself as weak. If you really want to quit it is not impossible. But you really have to want to do it.
  10. https://ruger.com/products/americanRimfire/overview.html This was the first thing came to me when reading original post. Don't have personal experience but looks to fit the bill.
  11. OK you win. "No you can't share. It just won't work honey. You need to get your own so you can achieve your full potential. Shooting mine will hold you back." My point was the rifle will shoot the same no matter who presses the trigger. The rifle does not know one shooter from another.
  12. I agree with the issues you mention. But, they are to do with the rifle fitting the shooter. "Comfort".
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