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YOT

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About YOT

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  • Birthday 11/15/1960

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    Woodworking, old hand tools, hunting, fishing, shooting

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  1. The coyotes have been especially noisy and bothersome around here. The two-legged and four-legged varieties.
  2. You can remove the puck and weld the plug. That'll neuter it.
  3. Wishing all is well for our forum vendors. The way things are the online order seems the way to shop.

  4. If it's the factory puck it doesn't matter. I run the cleaner end toward the stock only to have it the same every time. Screw the plug all the way in until you can't. Back it out until the stop you want, 1 for high power loads and 2 for low power loads. The "play" is because of loose manufacturing standards. Have fun.
  5. $15.99 for a box of (5) Sluggers? :amazing: Since when??

  6. A polish job on the bolt will solve your dilemma. Look at some pictures of bolts on here that have been worked and the roughness of yours will be super obvious.
  7. Try not breathing and see her dilemma. Get a quartz heater for your radiant heat.
  8. Let's see what you got, evl.
  9. YOT

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    That was burgers and dogs for a combined grand-kiddo's birthday party. Ribs for dinner tonight are in it as I'm typing this.
  10. Nomenclature ALWAYS lists front, rear, left, and right sides of a gun. No matter which way the gun is held or lain the labels are still fixed on those sides and ends. It's very elementary and constant. The little nub in the puck faces front, toward the plug. The concept is to increase the volume inside the the gas block to allow more gas surge to push the puck rearward.
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