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fatty last won the day on April 4 2016

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  1. ^ This. As a smoker, you never realize how much it stinks until you're on the opposite end...
  2. I agree with the above for quitting cold turkey. Ive been cigarette free for exactly 13 months now with no turning back. After over 15 years of smoking, it was hard as hell to do but so worth it. Life changing experience and it made me feel like I could do anything. Just woke up one morning and made a strong willed decision to quit for my family. Cut the first craving, the second, third, and kept chugging until days, weeks, then months passed by. Once the first month is down, it gets easier and easier... just understand that the withdrawl symptoms can get pretty intense (migraines, anger, body aches, etc...) but remember that its temporary and worth the fight. Most important factor is not giving into any excuses your mind might be telling you to sneak a harmless smoke. All it takes is one slip up and you're back to square one. Good luck bud. You can absolutely do it. edit; ive also tried vaping (for several years) but in all honesty you're still committing yourself to the nicotine addiction and the cravings will never stop. Mind over matter.
  3. I bought during that sale when these triggers first came out. Even though they stated a long wait time, I still got mine within 1.5-2 weeks of ordering... that is not bad at all and they still apologized for the time (and it comes with some cool swag) Larue is a great company to do business with and their products are quality. There are usually a bunch of used MBT's on other forum classifieds too if you can't wait that long
  4. big fan of these triggers. I replaced my geisseles with the mbt's
  5. love me a sig p226
  6. if a guy really wanted your info im sure he could just reach into your mailbox after the postal worker delivers your mail, no? im with voyager... good luck not vomitting from my baby's shit filled diapers... plus the internet probably gives way more info on anyone really looking for it
  7. Yeah - been meaning to hit up the one in Paramus which is pretty close by. I heard the place is awesome
  8. I need to get my cigar game back up... down to my last 10 or so sticks
  9. mp5 in FA will always be a favorite
  10. lol... people do dumb shit all the time...
  11. very cool. I would suggest the primary arms advanced micro dot as well. 50k hour battery life and the same 2 MOA dot as the Sig Romeo and built very well. I have one on an AR and it's been kept on at mid-setting for the last 2.5 years. always ready to go
  12. what's your budget and purpose with the rifle? is the stag AR you just ordered going to be for home defense or a range toy?
  13. maybe he thought VTEC would save his ass.
  14. thats horrible.. I guess the water looked shallow enough to get by. how does insurance handle those kinds of situations? hope it all works out for you guys
  15. If the serial # comes back as out of warranty (regardless of who you bought it from), good luck getting Trijicon to do free repair work or replacement... Their customer service is great, but they are also very strict from past experience. As long as the warranty is still valid, they're willing to take that extra step with you free of charge.