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About rifleman

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  • Birthday 01/01/1970

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  1. Factory work is actually satisfying. I have been in & out of it for 39 years. You can go up as far as you want if you are honest and work hard. Take a little responsibility and do the jobs that no one else likes to. I have had the chance to work with some really great people over the years. Getting out at 3 on Friday and off until Monday is wonderful. You will also have more time to shoot!
  2. Prong collar is amazing. My Pit never ever needed a correction. She would sure come running when I shook it like a set of sleigh bells. She loved her prong collar, many happy times wandering around the neighborhood.
  3. Come out and shoot trap every Thursday night 6 - 8, done by 9. $4 per 25 clays.
  4. Gene is a real good guy and there are 1,000 stories to prove this. I bought a MEC 9000 from him: he set it up for my exact load and showed me how to run it in his basement.
  5. Man up and buy a good quality Beretta or Browning O/U. It's a decision you will never regret. If you can find something good for $1,200 you can always sell it for the same. Once you start bustin clays out of the sky, you will enjoy it better than shooting fixed paper. A fitted O/U will almost eliminate recoil and shooting 150 rounds: no issue.
  6. I bring stuff in from Taiwan, most of my containers come thru the Panama Canal. Will check all my ships Monday. The production planning dweebs ask if our deliveries were guaranteed and my reply was HAHAHAHA NO. Who could plan for a ship getting stuck?
  7. direct deposit 3/17. Happy St. Patrick to me
  8. OMG who cares? The guy should bring them home and use them responsibly. That's it.
  9. Bring eyes & ears and handgun & ammo. You will have to load and shoot about 5 rounds. If the gate is not open, park there and walk in with your range bag. I think new members meeting is near the rifle range straight in. Ask anybody.
  10. I do a lot of 3D printing and would not put a round in a gun. The prints are a hollow honeycomb, the density can be adjusted. Solid printed rounds won't print correctly, they aren't stronger. Use real rounds and be careful.
  11. I am pretty anti-political but this had to be posted. House Resolution H.R.5717 calls for Federal level registration & licensing. Also, 25% tax on guns + 50% tax on ammo. This is how "they" are going to hit us hard. Here is a link to the proposed bill https://www.congress.gov/bill/116th-congress/house-bill/5717
  12. drill a small hole and use a screw + nut
  13. Golf doesn't seem that difficult. Never tried it, I might be the best golfer in the world. If the holes were moving at 43 MPH, I could still hit 23 with one putt or whatever the first shot is called.
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