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About weekend_junkie

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    Bergen County
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    Shooting, riding, driving, piloting, boarding, skiing, hiking, hopping, skipping,and jumping. Oh, and tax arbitrage.
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    Cherry Ridge

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  1. Purty gun but please explain those sights. Did you replace the rear?
  2. It's 2020, gotta keep this going.
  3. That's how I did it but here's 2,000 words on that.
  4. I ordered a set too. They came fast (typical for Amazon) and the refund processed a few days after shipment. All good on that front. The binos themselves are very good. I particularly like small features like how the dust covers go on and off. They aren't on par with my old Nikon 10x25 glass but these will definitely get use.
  5. DESIRE TO SEE MORE BERETTAS INTENSIFIES: 418 (25 ACP, the James Bond Beretta ) Bobcat 21a (22LR) 84B nickel plated (.380) 87 Target with target grips (22LR)
  6. Aww shucks, I'm going to keep up the Beretta submissions. 92FS Compact Inox. I went overboard with the INOX upgrades and replaced every available piece with an INOX replacement from Italy. I then added on 92SB Compact grips with very custom modification to the inner surface so they fit over the larger 92FS hammer pin. I have a stainless magazine floor plate for the total look but it didn't make it out for this photo.
  7. It always makes me happy to see Berettas on display. Here's 2 out of my collection. Beretta Model 948, c.1958. Beretta Model 1935, c.1950.
  8. That’s a friendly offer but I dont have 220 in my garage. Bummer!
  9. This is turning into a great advice thread! I'm in Glen Rock (Bergen County). I do have a my eyes on a cordless 18v Ryobi 1/2" impact wrench. I'm a hack mechanic so it's all just hobby maintenance for me, nothing pro grade needed. Still, I do need air so the appeal of a 20gal that could run low end air tools seems to make sense. If I REALLY need high torque, then I have a 1/2" breaker and my gorilla hands for the task.
  10. I’m looking for a compressor that can run an air tool occasionally for a tire rotation. I had a husky air scout that just died on me so I’m taking the opportunity to upgrade. Let me know if you got something!
  11. You’d be surprised what can pass for a standard these days. There are plenty of thoroughbred programs, but the army still needs cooks and fuel truck drivers... and they all “pass” basic training.
  12. From what I read, he’s still have sex with this lady. Your plan of buying a second house might well be smart, assuming this marriage is doomed. Just make sure you get the house with the guns in the divorce! Good luck with your priorities, my friend.
  13. Nope, still the way it’s done and this is all still relevant. Those “composite scores” aka “line scores”, are the critical entrance factors for what MOS he can enlist for. For example, GT is the most important for those seeking to be officers. Make sure to confirm his qualifications with the recruiter prior to him heading to MEPS for enlistment. There will be a bit of a personnel hand off when he cannot talk to his recruiter before signing docs and taking the oath. If it were my boy, I’d want to make sure he’s qualified for the job they are promising AND that there’s a slot available for it.
  14. One of the guides on the CNJFO hog hunt had a Dan Wesson 357 that he inherited from his father and plans to leave to his grandkids. That gun looked as worn as could be, but his eyes had a special twinkle when I asked him about it. Buy a quality piece and do some quality work with it; you’ll leave a better legacy than the guy with a museum quality gun in the safe.
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