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About Heavyopp

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  • Birthday 03/19/1969

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  1. I'm far from his best friend Wrong again below is a picture of his 1st car that I bought him -- $700 -- he drove that for 3 years until he decided to buy himself a new car Sure it's changed -- Back in 88 I had a 87 blazer -- My 2nd car -- I was able to afford the insurance alone, sure wasn't $5000 a year yes he financed it -- start to build his credit rating and he didn't have the money to buy it -- I wasn't giving it to him maybe you're just a prick -- Glad I don't know you and you certainly don't know me
  2. You guys are brutal to your kids -- do you actually realize how much car insurance is for a male driver under 26 years old with a perfect record? My son bought himself a new car -- nissan versa note -- about $17,000 -- we went to check on insurance for him alone at 20 years old 1st off -- not all insurance companies will even insure a young driver -- his insurance, when we actually found an insurance company who would cover him, was $2500 every 6 months Needless to say we bought the car together -- he paid and makes the payments but we are co-owners -- insurance for that same car on my insurance is $600 every 6 months I don't know what you guys expect from your kids but things are not the same as they where when we where kids -- this insurance thing is unreasonable for them alone Just remember that dash cam works both ways... kids aren't saints and 26 in a 25 mph is speeding
  3. You sure it's 12" below the surface -- I've installed plenty of buried street light wire, all inspected -- the marker tape was always to be installed 12" above the wire -- didn't matter if it was direct burial or conduit -- this was in sayreville
  4. I don't factor my time -- It's part of the hobby -- It's supposed to be fun - if it's not fun try something else Don't be afraid to start with bottleneck cased rifle rounds -- All reloading takes your full attention, bottleneck cases just have a few more steps
  5. I'm pretty sure I got an email this past week with stripped lowers at $29.00 -- had a silly looking spaceship on them
  6. Ever actually try and take a pallet apart? -- Not as easy as you would think Then there's the dirt embedded in the wood -- No way I'd run a piece of pallet wood thru the surface planer
  7. Yea, was wondering about that... I have the same problem with most of my "fun" projects -- Yes I can make money -- But I would have been better off just going to work Usually end up making like $6.50 an hour once I actually figure out how much time I put into a project
  8. This is totally relevant to where the dumpster is -- I've been on some jobs where even I was amazed at what got thrown out -- Plenty of times I pulled something out of the dumpster for myself or to re-sell
  9. I go the impression that they wanted completed tiny houses -- like a selection of different models to choose from -- not just the base trailer
  10. Heard this from Rich too -- Looking for a tiny house trailer and actually wanting to pay for a tiny house trailer are 2 completely different things -- Does make you think there's a market for it though...
  11. I’m sure it’s the same gun between a 10 and12 mag capacity — just a different spot the the block in the mag wouldnt make any sense for them to manufacture a completely different gun for just 2 extra rimfire rounds
  12. Take it apart and clean it — it’s probably not that big of a deal — I’ve done it to my 15 year old maytag
  13. Yea I talked to Rick this morning, says he doesn’t like Appalachian trailers — didn’t get into details how about keeping this thread alive with progress of the build — I would be interested
  14. Don't know about the Walther but the Sig and the GSG are, or at least where, the same gun -- just different finishes I have a GSG put a few thousand rounds thru it and it functions just fine -- just keep it lubed and clean it every once in awhile
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