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NJdiverTony last won the day on February 6 2012

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About NJdiverTony

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  • Birthday 12/19/1970

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    Hunterdon County, NJ
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    Hunting, guns, archery, backpacking/camping, fishing, and the outdoors in general.
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  1. LMAO! Funniest thing I've read in a while! Thanks for the laugh!
  2. Hey all, Long time member of NJGF, but with work, family and a million other things going on, I haven't been on the website for a very long time. Anyway, I'm back again and getting back into forum discussions. Especially now that we have a very liberal governor in NJ and the whole push from the left on gun control, after the tragedy in FL. See ya all on the forums! Tony
  3. My Spikes Tactical, Spikes BAR FF rail, 14.5" lightweight barrel, pinned Dynacomp bringing it to 16".
  4. I have the Dynacomp and it works just fine. I definitely notice it is not as loud as some other muzzle devices out there. I've had a couple of other uppers with different devices and have shot others at the range from different manufacturers and always liked the Dynacomp over the rest. It does produce a nice fireball that's definitely visible at night time, but that doesn't bother me.
  5. I have an S5 on AT&T and has no issues with the Lollipop upgrade... Works great.
  6. Definitely go with a Weber, as mentioned by others above they do cost more but they are awesome quality and if you ever have a problem their customer services is tops. I have 3 burner Spirit 310 that came with enameled cast iron grates that I got about 4 yrs ago and love it. I grill a LOT, all year round... and my Spirit always produces awesome results. No hot or cold spots and it heats evenly. Cast iron grates are great and create awesome sear marks, because they hold more heat... but do require a bit more care than stainless steel. I've owned other brands of grills before and they never lasted more than 3 yrs... Weber is the way to go if you want something that will give you years and years of grilling pleasure.
  7. I had Dish Network for about 9 years and it always worked great, but then got a great deal last year on DirecTV with a 2 yr contract and switched to and it's awesome! Picture quality on HD channels is awesome and love the Genie whole home DVR system. Great customer service too. Cable SUCKS... there is no comparison with Satellite HD picture quality.
  8. I've used Starline for 9mm and never had an issue... They've performed great.
  9. I'm surprised by how many responses mentioned the Beretta 92... I have the 92A1 variation and it's one of my favorites. Super accurate and after doing the D spring mod and after breaking it in thoroughly, it's a great shooter. I'm very accurate with it and it's a joy to shoot. I have at least 2,000 rounds of factory and reloaded ammo through mine and have not had a single failure. I wonder if those that were not happy with it have small hands and were not able to grip it well? It does have a beefy grip, so I think that people with bigger hands would be able to shoot it better... I have big hands and the grip is great for me.
  10. +1 on that... I have the MKIII Hunter and it eats anything I put through it without any issues.
  11. NJdiverTony


    I'm 43 (44 next month) and was in a similar situation... My weight got up to 264 after 10 years of no exercising and eating like crap. Getting married, having kids, work, and etc made me ignore my health for the last few years and also ended up with sleep apnea because of my weight. I didn't look fat, because I'm 6'2" and I guess I carried the weight without it making me look fat... but I was definitely way overweight. I had enough of getting up in the morning and feeling like crap... I felt like someone much older than I am. Back in May of this year I joined a gym that opened up right near my house that is owned and run by a former professional kickboxer and 5th degree black belt under both Bill "superfoot" Wallace and Joe Lewis. The workout is mostly HIIT (High Intensity Interval Training) and similar to the kind of training that an MMA fighter would do. Also do some kickboxing once a week at this place too. I've been doing it for 5 or 6 months now and I feel amazing and have lost about 47 lbs. I feel stronger and healthier now than I did in my 20's. Now that I'm back in shape, I try to do as much cardio as I can... running, biking, etc... Amazing results and it's changed my life. If you can find any kind of place in your area that provides this kind of exercise program, I highly recommend it. I also changed up my diet and try to eat as healthy as possible... Yeah I still have pizza and ice cream once in a while... but now I try to mostly eat "clean" and have plenty of vegetables, fruit and lean protein. Cutting out as much processed food as you can is key.
  12. +1000... Battlefield 4 rocks and Titanfall is fun as hell. I've been playing Diablo 3 lately though, when I find the time to play a little.
  13. Yes, much better. You do have to run the calibration for the Kinect so it will work most effectively. The only issue is that I have a 6 yr old and a 7 yr old and they are always making a ton of noise, so if there is a lot of background noise going on, it will not work as well and you may have to repeat the command once or twice with a louder voice. But when everything is calm in the living room, it works awesome!
  14. I haven't noticed any degradation at all while viewing TV. I have my Direct TV box hooked up to it and it works flawlessly. Picture is just as sharp as it does if I run the box directly to my HDTV. Using the Kinect for voice commands to control my TV is awesome... I love this function and don't use the remote for the Direct TV that much at all anymore.
  15. I've had the XB1 since it came out and LOVE it! I use it as the main hub for my entertainment system and use the voice commands with the Kinect to control my TV and other functions about 90% of the time. I love not needing to use a remote to control the TV (Change channels, turn up/down the volume, record stuff and etc, etc,). The games I've gotten so far are pretty awesome and my kids also love it too. A lot of the PS4 fanboys will brag about how the PS4 has more powerful hardware... but I'm completely satisfied with the XB1. All the media hub functions it gives you, in addition to gaming, just can't be beat.
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