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  1. 2.5ish for me, russian silvertip that sgammo has now and again. ETA: I have the 23", no scope
  2. I use a Vertex VX-231 UHF every day, and they are very loud and clear. No idea on the price though.
  3. "Penetration of the penis into the vagina is completely unnecessary for conception."
  4. I dont recall telling anyone "this is what you need to do". The title of the thread was *Any riders out there? Need OPINIONS and HELP". Rider? Check. Worked on my own R6 motor(Help)? Check. Opinion? Check. Everyone STFU, the HARLEY guy might make fun of you if you give your opinion. That's it, we can all go home. Closed forum.
  5. I had an R6 before I upgraded to an R1. I assume it's an EFI unless you bought a mildly used '99 or something. Do you have a way to flash the ECM? I'm not a bike mechanic but sometimes the ECM will try to compensate for problems and stay shit-ily programmed thereafter, often a flash to stock will fix this. 2nd guess as mentioned above is rings. 3rd guess valves. I wouldn't try to continually spray starter fluid into it, that's not good. A compression kit will only tell you if you HAVE a problem, which you already know you do, but may be handy if you feel you've resolved it and want to veri
  6. +1 on PA micro, also check out the Vortex SPARC (I have this on my S12 right now, The PA is on the VEPR54)
  7. I had to share this one. http://www.myfoxny.com/Story/24406063/man-crashes-into-conn-gas-station-steals-banana Man crashes into Conn. gas station, steals bananaPosted: Jan 09, 2014 7:52 AM PST Updated: Jan 09, 2014 7:54 AM PST Connecticut News NEWINGTON, Conn. (AP) - Call it the case of the banana-eating bandit. Police in Connecticut say they're looking for a man who smashed his vehicle into a gas station in Newington, swiped a banana from a shelf and ate it before leaving early Wednesday morning. Nothing else was taken. The store's surveillance video shows a Ford Freestyl
  8. This is incorrect, in 2 ways. ALL production LED flashlights have a step down circuit once they get into the higher lumens ~300+. It's just the way it is, unless you are running a heatsink fan or liquid nitrogen. The heat will destroy it. ALL the Olight M-series have a step down circuit, as verified by testers and the manufacturer. There is a variable in production bin LEDS but as I tested mine it averaged 7-8mins to step down completely, which was pretty much in line with what others had found: It's not going to just go NOPE, BLINK. It will gradually lose intensity over about 2 mins
  9. Fuck man, now you've got me looking at another one for no reason.
  10. Well, yes, indecision lost it for me TBH. Give it to ethan
  11. Did that kit come with a pressure switch? I didn't see one on the listing. I can't really recommend one for about $50, just whatever you do stay away from Ultrafire/Trustfire brand. Any major brand would do well, Olight, Fenix, Nitecore, Surefire (I think surefires are overrated personally and overstate lumens) Just make sure it's 18650 with the Cree LED and watertight and you'll be fine. Maybe consider a more floody light since the M22 is a long distance thrower and you'll have one of each. Colored lenses are typically for signaling, so useless in most applications. In the army so
  12. that knife has been sharpened a few times huh? Yep, in fact I learn how to use a whetstone from him. It's older than I am thats for sure.
  13. This looks like a concrete vagina. Take a look, bending over, see it?
  14. Thank you for the info guys. Here is a picture as requested. If anyone has one similar I'd like to know what model and year-range it might be!
  15. I've never heard of them before. My grandfather send me a box of brass, reloading stuff, random cleaning supplies, !PRIMERS!, and an old fixed blade hunting knife. It says CASE just above the hilt, looks like it's about 60-70 y/o. Has anyone ever seen this company?
  16. Thats a great deal for all those accessories. I just got the light, pouch, and diffuser when I ordered. I already had a N4 charger and eagletac 18650 batteries for it though. Might just have to grab the weapon mount like you got.
  17. That flashlight is great, it was #2 on my list of favorites. I actually went with the Olight Warrior M22, reason being it has a larger heatsink and therefor can stay in "High" mode longer, and is 960 lumens. The Cree XM-U2 is the best LED out there right now. In case you didn't know, no LED driven flashlight will "run" on high for the given battery life, its usually an average of about 30 seconds to 5 minutes before it steps itself down to medium due to over heating. The PD35 is ~5 mins, the M22 is ~7 mins before step down.
  18. I have some 3/8"x6" and 1/2"x6"/12" firesteels. I'd like to make (no welding equipment) or find a handle that can solidly hold them. People usually epoxy them into wood handles but I want to be able to remove/replace/flip them around in the "chuck". I use one of these lumber crayon holders at work (http://www.forestry-suppliers.com/Images/Original/1237_71135_u1.jpg, ) and that's where I got the idea, but I cannot find one in metal. The lumber crayon holder wont hold up to the downward violent pressure, I tried. Anything off the shelf you can think of? In the case of the 1/2"x12" the ha
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