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    Much of this will depend on what you're asking...

    Much of this will depend on what you're asking the pad/wedge to do. If you're using it to push the grip in a ton, you're simply going to compress most any material used. Some foams are better than...
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    Tom Binh and Filson are what I use. ULA...

    Tom Binh and Filson are what I use. ULA Equipment, an ultralight backpacking gear company, makes some stuff too that I'd get, but there's a little durability sacrifice made for weight.
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    This is what makes Michelin Michelin. They...

    This is what makes Michelin Michelin. They haven't done that. Goodforayear has been in business forever, as have all these other companies, and they just can't seem to touch Michelin for on the...
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    If Michelin makes a tire for your application,...

    If Michelin makes a tire for your application, they're typically gonna be the best. If not the best, they won't be a regrettable decision. The LTX are what I'd roll with for an every day truck.
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    That's pretty nuts.

    That's pretty nuts.
  6. Everyone posting about feel and what not of an...

    Everyone posting about feel and what not of an amp is 110% right. I say this sitting on front of four Mesa Boogie heads, a Diezel head, and a small build HiWatt clone... Amps matter a ton, feel...
  7. Looking at that price point, and the guideline of...

    Looking at that price point, and the guideline of SG, I'd look to some of the new SG's they have. Epiphone has been punching above their weight recently with the Prophecy stuff.
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    My first thought... Which optic do you want to...

    My first thought... Which optic do you want to test it with? I've got some access to some tech that might bypass a pile of R&D and production woes. Second, do we have any Aimpoint contacts that...
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    I want a Batman and polar Explorer II. ...

    I want a Batman and polar Explorer II. Unfortunately two of the most popular steel models.
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    I doubt that even with our more generous...

    I doubt that even with our more generous slide/rail that it'll fit.
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    Hasn't hit here with what I seek, yet.

    Hasn't hit here with what I seek, yet.
  12. I was originally against them, only due to the...

    I was originally against them, only due to the hype, but my wife insisted we get a griddle and after hearing some friends rave, we got one. Totally worth it. The shear cooking area alone is great.
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    Sticky: No worries. Would be better if PayPal and the...

    No worries. Would be better if PayPal and the like worked, but it's the easiest way to roll.

    Any way we can get the grey/green name thingy back?
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    Sticky: Bump

    Bump
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    Interesting. I keep poking at the idea of a...

    Interesting. I keep poking at the idea of a Yoder, but haven't joined any groups. What do they offer over the RecTeq that has you looking at over double the price?
  16. There's a stacked buildup under the rear (right...

    There's a stacked buildup under the rear (right side as worn) loop that's commonly referred to as a belt wedge. It's the generally accepted first method to add inward rotation via belt force.
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    Sticky: If you add a muzzle pad of some sort, or some...

    If you add a muzzle pad of some sort, or some other means to manipulate the muzzle outward from the pelvis, the length begins to mean less and the muzzle isn't ever really felt.
  18. I've had a Baggu ...

    I've had a Baggu bag in every bag I've taken anywhere for years, simply because it was green and my wife bought it, but it's been priceless for me.


    I'd look to UL hiking and section hikers, as...
  19. I'm just here to say that it's nice to see ANSYS...

    I'm just here to say that it's nice to see ANSYS popping up here. That's about 50% of my work these days.
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    Sticky: I renewed on auto but my PM limit seems to be...

    I renewed on auto but my PM limit seems to be still at 500. orionz06 AT gmail and info AT darkstargear were used.
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    Yes.

    Yes.
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    Probably because it sells. The masses still...

    Probably because it sells. The masses still bought the SAS too...
  23. Updates? I love mine, soooo damned easy to use. ...

    Updates? I love mine, soooo damned easy to use. I've got the old pellet model.
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    I've got a range of pour over and immersion...

    I've got a range of pour over and immersion methods, but usually use an Espropress with beans ground on a Baratza Virtuo Preciso and on the weekends or WFH days espresso/lattes with a Breville 870XL....
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    I'd rather lose the MD and replace them with a...

    I'd rather lose the MD and replace them with a handful of new shooters with a vested interested in keeping things going, and the rule changes here lead me to believe we'll see more new shooters, not...
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