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Brad says: "Can't fault Rick for his pity letting you back on the fire... but pity it was and remains. Nothing more, nothing less. A sad little man in a sad little dream."
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The lazy bushelor, your card collection has absolutely nothing to do with you being a lying piece of shiit… haha


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Using RL7 for 200’s and under in a .358 is one I can claim.


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On a wish list thread here I posted that Glock should,
Build a G19 sized gun with a slimmer, dedicated 9mm, slide.

Ditch the stupid thick plastic wrapped mag in favor of a steel one,

then make the gun grip slimmer to fit the mag.

Glock built the gun. (As a single stack with the plastic mag)
Shield arms saw the obvious, and built the mag.


I didn't start that, obviously.
It was simply obvious.


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The 43X rocks and those mags are very intriguing. That said, I had 3 malf’s in the first 150 rounds with two of the Shield Arms mags. I do have a steel mag release on the way, which may bring me back to Glock “perfection”. If it does, 15+1 in that slender little gun is gonna rock.


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Originally Posted by Big Stick
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Is this guy your man crush?

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DooshMike,

At least you can afford to read about it...you "lucky" kchunt. Hint. Congratulations?!?

Fhuqking LAUGHING!.............


Brad says: "Can't fault Rick for his pity letting you back on the fire... but pity it was and remains. Nothing more, nothing less. A sad little man in a sad little dream."
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I’ve been told I started a trend on my tile forum (I’m a GC /tile guy)
I Have Done a lot of linear drains, curbless showers, benches and large niches before they became the norm.


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Originally Posted by Big Stick
DooshMike,

At least you can afford to read about it...you "lucky" kchunt. Hint. Congratulations?!?

Fhuqking LAUGHING!.............


Short response for you. Maybe you're busy rubbing one out thinking about that dude...

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I "think" I was the one who started the use of the term "6.5 manbun" for the 6.5 Creedmoor. I recall years ago using that term on a couple of forums and the next thing I know everybody is using it. At the time I thought I was being quite clever and don't recall anybody else ever having used it. I am open to the fact that I may have read someone else's use of it and then subconsciously thinking I did when I first wrote. I've often wondered.


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I originated "Bidet" for Biden as far as I know, and have seen it used since by others. Not enough for a trend tho.

But that's low hanging fruitcake, so I wouldn't be surprised if a number of others also "originated" it.

"Brandon", now - THAT'S a trend! That reporter should be proud.

I did chop a RU77 barrel back to 17", shortened and slimmed the stock fore and aft to make a "carbine", several years ahead of Ruger's. Still using it. Does that count?

I originated a name for a lake "Puppy Dog Lake", here on the Kenai NWR on a field survey. Ranger penciled it on on the office map and a few years later it was on the new USGS map I purchased.

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If you see blue tape on a muzzle, that’s me, lol


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Originally Posted by MarkWV
Am I wrong?





Yes.


Lots of feelings of self importance around here.

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Jeff O;
Top of the morning to you sir, it's been a long time since we've had an exchange hasn't it?

I hope you've all been well or mostly so in the interim.

You are correct about the blue tape thing or at least as far as this old guy can remember it.

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That buck was '09 so it's that far back at least and likely longer, but how much I'm not sure.

All the best to you all.

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So has this thread been officially hi-jacked?

A few that I can guarantee were not purloined.......


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ya!


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I bought a sixer of Shiner Bock when I moved down to the southern border country, being from WI and would wait every spring for Bock beer to hit the taps Shiner Bock is about the very worst bock beer I've ever drank, I think I used the last bottles in stew and they even make stew taste odd. Roasted raccoons are pretty good eating though.

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After the first shot the rest are just noise.

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Originally Posted by erich
I bought a sixer of Shiner Bock when I moved down to the southern border country, being from WI and would wait every spring for Bock beer to hit the taps Shiner Bock is about the very worst bock beer I've ever drank, I think I used the last bottles in stew and they even make stew taste odd. Roasted raccoons are pretty good eating though.



I did not have any 'Beam" with me on that occcasion...

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My Bad!

ya!

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My reputation started trending downward when I started hanging out here so much laugh



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Originally Posted by Ky221
Originally Posted by MarkWV
Am I wrong?


Yes.

Lots of feelings of self importance around here.


Thanks for being a “Forum Whisperer”…..you just know all the tricks.

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Originally Posted by geedubya
So has this thread been officially hi-jacked?

A few that I can guarantee were not purloined.......

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ya!

GWB



Pretty good hi-jack geedubya.

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