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#2041 WhiskeyMinion

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Posted 11 February 2018 - 08:45 AM

A usmachinegun adapter and blade for the Chiappa

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Posted 11 February 2018 - 09:25 AM

Looks great. That blade looks like it belongs, not like a Frankengun.

Very nice.

 

..now if I can find the 1911 longslides (yes, I want a couple...one Springfield (stainless) and one IAI...oh.. and the Automag V I've been lusting for...

 

Why do I always seem to want something I can't find?


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#2043 WhiskeyMinion

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Posted 20 March 2018 - 07:34 PM

It's been a busy month. Pics are to large

WASR UF & reverse dong
M90NP & two M76 grips
SLR-95 & Russian type 3 furniture

My wife's going to blow a gasket

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Posted 20 March 2018 - 11:03 PM

1000 rounds S&B 10mm

1500 rounds PPU 7.62x25 Tokarev


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Posted 21 March 2018 - 08:52 PM

It's been a busy month. Pics are to large

WASR UF & reverse dong
M90NP & two M76 grips
SLR-95 & Russian type 3 furniture

My wife's going to blow a gasket

Better to ask forgiveness, than to ask permission.

Cook her a nice dinner, nap through a chick flick and then make her moan like a porn star... All will be cool again.


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Posted 22 March 2018 - 08:36 AM

 

It's been a busy month. Pics are to large

WASR UF & reverse dong
M90NP & two M76 grips
SLR-95 & Russian type 3 furniture

My wife's going to blow a gasket

Better to ask forgiveness, than to ask permission.

Cook her a nice dinner, nap through a chick flick and then make her moan like a porn star... All will be cool again.

 

Or maybe not.

when it comes down to spending  major money I always had a conversation with my wife.

They were not always pleasant  but the subject was out in the open for her to consider my desires.

Most of the time she gave in  because she wanted me to be happy. We never sweat the small stuff if we want something that is not major then okay.

When it comes to the big stuff it's a majority vote or it does not happen. 

After turning the key of my vehicle over to the person assuming my duties I started looking for a car. She asked me why? So I tabled it until the real need became apparent .

I think you were being humorous  and  hope you enjoy  all that you got.

In my house what's mine is hers' but then again what's hers' is hers'  also. ha ha.



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Posted 22 March 2018 - 04:04 PM

 

 

In my house what's mine is hers' but then again what's hers' is hers'  also. ha ha.

 

...and that's what I found out when she ran off with a convicted felon she'd been sneaking around with for years and we divorced. She tried to steal every dime I had.

Nevermore.

 

Thank God I have a really great attorney...


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Posted 22 March 2018 - 07:27 PM

 

 

 

In my house what's mine is hers' but then again what's hers' is hers'  also. ha ha.

 

...and that's what I found out when she ran off with a convicted felon she'd been sneaking around with for years and we divorced. She tried to steal every dime I had.

Nevermore.

 

Thank God I have a really great attorney...

 

 

Wow, I  am so sorry man



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Posted 23 March 2018 - 03:13 PM

 

 

 

 

In my house what's mine is hers' but then again what's hers' is hers'  also. ha ha.

 

...and that's what I found out when she ran off with a convicted felon she'd been sneaking around with for years and we divorced. She tried to steal every dime I had.

Nevermore.

 

Thank God I have a really great attorney...

 

 

Wow, I  am so sorry man

 

Don't be. I'm a happy man now. Seriously. Besides, I can stand proud before God secure in the knowledge the I didn't break my vows I made to Him. She can't say that. 

...and you should see how fast she's aged since all this started. She looks older than my mother now, all stooped over, with a sickly pallor to her skin. It all comes around.

 

Oh, and I just bought four more mags, a Super Thumb, some Remington Golden Saber 9mm Luger Ammo 147 Grain Brass Jacketed Hollow Point ammo and a Sticky Holster for my CPX-2. 

 

Life is GOOD!


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#2050 WhiskeyMinion

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Posted 24 March 2018 - 11:36 PM

Just closed on roughly 40 acres of land with my wonderful wife.

It is firearms related haha. I finally have my own place to shoot!

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Posted 25 March 2018 - 07:34 AM

I think I could see a pheasant in the middle just next to the baby pines.

Looks like the Wilmar area.

Good Luck

I was Born and raised in MN, Hunt there every fall with my big brother. 


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Posted 25 March 2018 - 08:57 AM

Just outside of Aitkin MN

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Posted 25 March 2018 - 10:39 PM

have not been there for years, does it look good for deer or are you going to build?

I grew up and went to college in St Cloud.  I think we will fly up in August after the doctor releases me, to see my 93 year old mother and my older brother


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Posted 26 March 2018 - 06:24 AM

We will build eventually. For now it onlyhas a new outhouse for the old lady and a 10x16 shed.

It's a great deer setup with a good combination of swamp, pasture & woods. Has two permanent stands over food plots and there are deer and turkey everywhere.

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Posted 26 March 2018 - 08:22 AM

Well all right!

Time to buy the wife that new deer rile she has been wanting.


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Posted 17 April 2018 - 10:16 PM

1st firearm in a while...New snake gun and scabbard for the tractor, Mossberg 590 Shockwave, and a few "upgrades" coming. Spotted too many Water moccasins on the property last weekend. Unfortunately, the poisonous ones have to go.
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Posted 20 April 2018 - 02:17 AM

45 rounds of Federal 2.75in 12ga slugs

100 rounds of Supremo 2.75in 00buck shells

30 rounds of Winchester super-x 2.75in 00buck shells

 

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Posted 04 May 2018 - 03:15 PM

Trench 12.  Looks like a Saiga type AK47 12 gage 12" bbl SBS with pistol grip with a CAR type collapsible stock.  Closer examination shows the "stock" to actually be a well designed ambo HD black arm brace with velcro strap.

 

Classified a a firearm.  Not a pistol.  Not a rifle.  Not a shotgun.  Not a shotgun pistol.  Not a SBS.  What is it?  A firearm I guess.  The Oregon State Police NICS could not GROK it.  No classification.  They determined a pistol.

 

All four of the Csspec 12 gage 10 round steel box mags fit with no issues.  Hand racking shows no issues.  Does not feel highly polished.  Weights over 10 pounds loaded.  I will field strip and lube up before firing.  Maybe this weekend.

 

I will be looking for a top cover with a scope mount or a common rail.  Not for a scope but for a nice bright laser with an accompanying bright flash light.  The firearm will be used as a interior home defense gun.  Today I will be experimenting.

 

Seems our local gun shop has a Mossberg 930 in stock with a provided double stack 10rd box mag.  The plan is to see if the double stacks will fit the Trench 12.  Probably not.  The double stack is for 2.75" shells only.  We will see.  That is all.


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Posted 05 May 2018 - 10:43 AM

1000 rounds Winchester AA Supersport 12 ga. 7.5
1000 rounds Speer Lawman 9mm 147 gr
1000 rounds PMC Bronze .223 55 gr
400 rounds Hornady 6mm Creedmoor 108 gr ELD
Getting ready to shoot some long range and 3 gun!

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Posted 09 May 2018 - 06:29 PM

I traded some ammo, plus a bit of horse trading and ended up with reloading supplies and one of these: http://www.nikonspor...tTabs-TechSpecs

 

I've been wanting this scope for a few years, and I really like it. No doubt you can think of a dozen that I would like better, but for what I can get my hands on this is a really good match to my wants.






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