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About weekend_junkie

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    Bergen County
  • Interests
    Shooting, riding, driving, piloting, boarding, skiing, hiking, hopping, skipping,and jumping. Oh, and tax arbitrage.
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  1. I just got my first Glock because I wanted a 10mm and heard the Glock 20 is the platform of choice. I still love my 92FS and PPQ, but I have to say... holy mother of hand cannons, this is a tier 1 machine.
  2. I maxed out this offer and included both forms in the envelope. I got my $40 rebate a few weeks ago. Then, just last week, I got the other $10 check and a note that the shirt will arrive separately. This is all way faster than any of the Remington offers in the past.
  3. Same here. Financing is a good tool, but it's just a business that someone else uses to make more money on their asset. I may choose to finance, but I'm doing the math elsewhere to make sure it's the right choice. I'm not trying to bash your love for motor sports here. I hope you get the vette, love it, drive it, treat it gently... and sell it to me in 8 years when depreciation levels off. I'll probably be ready to sell my '93 6spd by then anyway (bought that for cash, btw ).
  4. Plus, this is a toy purchase that is dependent upon financing... hello, non-deductible interest payments. Nope.
  5. Bumpity bumping jacks, up to the top. I found a 1935 and would still like to find a Beretta 948. Anyone? Bueller?
  6. Same goes for the seat.
  7. I try to explain to people why I don't ride in groups. They don't get.
  8. Still, the state manages to charge me $64 per year for registration. **grumble** From your mouth to God's ears!
  9. Seems you're an originalist.
  10. I don't know the class schedules but I'm glad to read that you're pursuing that route. Learning from a friend or family member exponentially increases your likelihood of a serious or fatal accident. In the meantime, consider getting an underpowered bike that you can run to its limits. Also, getting something cheap an ugly means you won't cry when you drop it (not "if", but definitely "when").
  11. To further your point, you only need a 32% on the ASVAB to get into the Marine Corps.
  12. You can't have mine, but they are always in a case somewhere. I'm sure I saw one at Ramsey Outdoor last time I was up there.
  13. This seems petty, but check your zoning before getting chickens. Sorry to be "that guy", but... wouldn't it be easier to buy one? If it's just for chickens, an 80's Corvette can be had for $5k.
  14. When I took the TX course, my instructor highly recommended coverage.
  15. I have a PPQ to suit my limited needs for a plastic gun. That said, I think there is a Glock 20 in my future in case I ever need a handgun for even limiteder needs.