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About oujesky

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  1. Been away from the forum for a while. Ever get around to these on 30.06?
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    But becoming more Kaliforniazed every a day. Yep. Polluted Austin. So many Kaliforians in North Texas, we are now having their earthquakes.
  3. Dallas Market Hall show is this weekend. Shall see if thee is any interest. I am rather skeptical.
  4. or Texas Gun Trader dot com Due to the instability of their web site, have given up on them for the time being.
  5. Been out of the loop for a while. Sounds like I need to shop mine around at the Dallas Market Hall Show.
  6. Just picked up the stainless also. Considering the cleaning rod hole in the rear of the receiver. Mine loves Stingers after trying about ten different brands of ammo. Still adapting to the sight alighment style Ruger uses on the iron sights. Scope will be the next add-on.
  7. NCNB changed it's name to Nationsbank when it started acquiring banks outside of North Carolina. It changed it's name again when it purchased Bank of America (based in California) to take advantage of better name recognition. I am wondering if other vendors will continue to accept their cards in payment.
  8. http://dailycaller.c...d-another-bank/ McMillan Fiberglass Stocks, McMillan Firearms Manufacturing and McMillan Group International have been collectively banking with Bank of America for 12 years. But no more: In a recent meeting, the mega-bank told the firearms company that its business is no longer welcome. Operations director Kelly McMillan told the Daily Caller that his company has never been late on a payment and has never bounced a check. The debt outstanding on its line of credit is at 61 percent. But at the bank’s request, he said, the McMillan group of companies would soon be paying off its credit line and closing its accounts. Writing Thursday on Facebook, McMillan described a meeting at his office with Ray Fox, a business banking Senior Vice President with the giant bank. What was originally scheduled as an “account analysis” meeting, however, quickly became a political smackdown. The Bank of America emissary, he said, “spent 5 minutes talking about how McMillan has changed in the last 5 years and have become more of a firearms manufacturer than a supplier of accessories.” “At this point I interrupted him,” McMillan said, and asked, ‘Can I possibly save you some time so that you don’t waste your breath? What you are going to tell me is that because we are in the firearms manufacturing business you no longer what my business.’” Fox’s reply, according to McMillan? “That is correct.” McMillan told TheDC that he plans to move his company’s account to “a more Second Amendment-friendly bank” as soon as it can be done. He recalls telling the bank executive that he planned to tell the National Rifle Association, Safari Club International, and his other gun-loving friends “that Bank of America is not firearms-industry-friendly.” “You have to do what you must” was Fox’s reply, he said. “We have to assess the risk of doing business with a firearms related industry.” The McMillan group of companies may have the last laugh: It is considering no longer accepting Bank of America credit cards for purchases.
  9. zOS (MVS) Performance and Capacity Planning. BSEE and MBA-Finance
  10. Good fuckin luck. Have you asked csspecs about this? His Saiga .308 mags are excellent and reasonably priced. .308 is a subset of 30.06 capabilities. CSSPECS has yet to develop one for the 100 in 30.06, but he has been queried several times on the possibility.
  11. Still looking for an extra magazine for mine.
  12. Restore would perhaps be a better word.
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