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evlblkwpnz

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  1. Other than the sheer size of it, the design looks like at least a few steps in a better direction.
  2. I was digging a nightmare of a pool for one of the founding brothers of Firehouse subs. This pool caved in and caved in for 3 days. That third day of digging and caving in the homeowner ran out and yelled "Come here and look at this!". We got out of the hole and peeked our heads into his den to see one of the twin towers with smoke coming out of it on the news. A lot of thoughts entered my mind that day.
  3. Now that is a nightmare experience. I can't imagine thinking that it might be on and knowing full well that I can do nothing about it should it face me directly.
  4. evlblkwpnz

    S 12 ready conditions

    I'm not a fan of the AK safety and choose to not use it much. I do like the Kreb's product, but I am too cheap to buy one. Weapon is either empty during transport or there is a full mag in it with the bolt locked back.
  5. AR15 and AR10 use the same FCG. The longer hammer could have something to do with the profile of the underside of the carrier too.
  6. Well, not ideal, but certainly interesting. Do you think the grip, trigger, and selector design might allow use of AR parts there? Those are the main things I think a lot of people would want to swap out. Thank you for investing and posting!
  7. I know nothing about these knives, but I do know that I'd rather buy a couple of less expensive knives and get by. If I lose one or break one I will still have one. I see knives as tools and as long as it cuts and doesn't break too easily, it is a good tool.
  8. Well, it is indeed one of those events where everyone usually remembers exactly what they were doing, even if only taking a dump.
  9. Others can look at an artist's work and see nothing but perfection while the artist is cursed with the inability to see past minor imperfections that are almost too minor to see with the naked eye. Sometimes the artist can point out the imperfections and others still can't see them. That is what separates the artist from the lover of art. The point is, though he does what he does for others, he's not actually doing it for them. The artist chases that moment in time where he will achieve his own definition of perfection and revel in it. The things he does for others are simply meant to fill the empty spaces of time until that moment. God is the master craftsman from the infinite to the minute. From the universe to the information delivery systems in a DNA strand. I can't help but wonder about the wonder of his work if he were a gunsmith. To look at every surface, angle, and radius with a microscope to see absolute perfection no matter where I looked. I would get lost in it forever. For now, I just do the best I can with these crude Russian shotguns and chase that moment... I'm just chasing a moment that I may never reach, but the thrill is in the chase
  10. That thing would be awesome for a cross country trip. I can see it now, "We are only stopping for pee breaks when we need fuel... " he says with a maniacal laugh.
  11. evlblkwpnz

    Vepr-12 Drum, What should have been...

    A lot of time is spent keeping the business side of things as they should be so it will be slow. I used to wonder why it took so long to get things to market, etc. Now I know, lol. I need a team of smart people who will work for the fun of it
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    Vepr-12 Drum, What should have been...

    I definitely have access to a CNC mill. I do a lot more than what people see here. I do some AK rifle work too, but being a one man shop I can't compete on kit build pricing from the major guys who have employees doing the work. For now, it is a matter of finalizing the closure of my other company and catching up SBS work. After that I can focus on product and marketing. I have been doing all I can to keep things throttled down until I am free of the other company. The past 5 years have been exhausting running two companies in different industries, but I am almost done with it and I am excited to be closing one chapter and moving on to the next.
  13. I'd probably pass out if I realized I was getting 65 mpg in anything. My daily gets about 15 mpg and I am glad that I don't have to drive very far on a regular basis. My regular commute is about to go down to 9.2 miles round trip and I'm quite happy about it. A tank of fuel should last a month or more. At 65 mpg I'd be good for months if not deviating much from going to a from the shop.
  14. Winner! You sir, can redeem your chicken dinner! The ever elusive IZ-332! ETA: I found an recently expired listing on GB with a starting price of $1199 and it did not sell. After seeing a fixed stock SLG series still for sale at $999, I would say you might get $800 for the IZ-132. More is worth a try, but it depends on if you want to move them quickly or sit on them for a while. It looks like people are over the Russian sanctions panic buying.
  15. I can't either. I could have sworn those has some sort of 030 designation, but I find nothing. I'd go a couple hundred less than a comparable SGL series Arsenal.
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    sko-12 shorty

    It does, but I am well past the point of it mattering to me. I just want to be left alone to press forward with Evlutionz and that freedom and peace holds a much greater value to me now than the pool company. I'm quite happy about it.
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    Vepr-12 Drum, What should have been...

    No clue. Too many factors. I can see the light at the end of the tunnel though, just gotta get there.
  18. The hyper-miling bug has bitten.
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    Vepr-12 Drum, What should have been...

    Now that I know how to program a CNC mill, as soon as my pool company is closed and I catch up on custom work I am going to start on my long list of product offerings. That adapter will likely be the first offering. It won't be $80 like the barely working adapter Pauly was going to offer. Mine works and the price will be sane.
  20. Note to self... don't try any Bug Turbos on the highway unless I decide I want to see what 145 mph looks like from the backside.
  21. evlblkwpnz

    sko-12 shorty

    We are good to go on PGO here in FL, so far. We have a bunch of gun grabbers running for governor so we'll see how long that lasts. Still, as a manufacturer, the shop can possess whatever. I have to much work to have any fun with anything for a while. Closing my pool company soon should change that. FREEDOM! I'm quite excited about it.
  22. I forgot about the drum wars. I think I came on the scene just a little after that. Was that bashing on Cameron the result of some sort of affiliation with AA? Good on him for doing his own thing instead of staying with them, if so.
  23. evlblkwpnz

    McCain is gone!

    Well, none of us are absent sin. Hopefully, he pursued forgiveness with much zeal. I didn't like much of what he did here, but God bless him.
  24. evlblkwpnz

    sko-12 shorty

    It is only metal. You just have to take away the metal that doesn't look like a reliable weapon I can't help but wonder if there is room for improvement in places other than the ports. It is a fairly odd looking thing, but I'd like to have a close look at one.
  25. evlblkwpnz

    McCain is gone!

    It also makes me wonder if he may have been more politically satisfying to his constituents had this not happened and he still had that same fire within him to stand up for conservative issues with the same zeal at which he did for liberal issues. He seemed to be a pretty good guy publicly in regards to worldly standards. I voted for him in '08, but that warrants no explanation given the circumstances. Well, it was meant to be and I am actually glad obama beat him. I think we needed to experience the liberal/socialist/communist boogeyman. Citizens know the reality of hardcore liberalism now and hopefully they will not forget for a very long time. If obama had a stronger work ethic and more courage the damage would have been much worse. The depth of obama's lies paints the picture of his fear of us.
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