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    Iíve been using Knipex tools at work for several...

    Iíve been using Knipex tools at work for several years now. They are top notch.
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    Those electricians are shady by nature.

    Those electricians are shady by nature.
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    So what trade were they in?

    So what trade were they in?
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    Best group thus far is 1.4" at 100 using CCI...

    Best group thus far is 1.4" at 100 using CCI Standard Velocity. I haven't played with it much as I've decided I need a scope with some form of BDC on it. I'm not much of a precision shooter but I...
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    The original comment and my reply was about...

    The original comment and my reply was about slaughtering pigs, not about facing them on their turf, just so there's no confusion.
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    I'm running a 3-9x50. That's a pretty large...

    I'm running a 3-9x50. That's a pretty large objective bell, I had to remove the rear sight for clearance.
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    I have no issues getting a proper cheek weld...

    I have no issues getting a proper cheek weld with my CZ Standard, which came with iron sights. There is such a thing as low and no rise rings...
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    They were known to hang out around the various...

    They were known to hang out around the various ranges and look for scraps from the MREs and throw aways from the mermite containers. Whenever we would do field problems we had to be on the look out...
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    When I was in the National Guard we watched a hog...

    When I was in the National Guard we watched a hog walk across our area while on the live fire range for Bradley IFVs. The hog went inside a vehicle with an open gate where two guys sleeping, started...
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    I think we're talking past each other. ...

    I think we're talking past each other.

    Finding felons in the trades these days is about as common as folks getting offered a chance to go to jail or join the Army by the judge.
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    Most large trade companies donít do background...

    Most large trade companies donít do background checks either, at least not in my experience. Perhaps you missed my statement about not hiring felons? Itís a question on the application. If they lie...
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    Been there, done it all. I donít recall bringing...

    Been there, done it all. I donít recall bringing up large companies but I could see where youíd make that assumption.
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    I won't argue the point. I asked about building...

    I won't argue the point. I asked about building one for the Rimfire Challenge and was told there was a dearth of parts for the rifles and it would involve a lot of custom parts being built. The...
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    The only real advantage of the Buckmark rifle is...

    The only real advantage of the Buckmark rifle is sharing mags with the pistols. The rifles are never seen at the upper levels of any of the rimfire games like the pistols, which ought to be a clue. ...
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    Do tell. Our company and most similar companies...

    Do tell. Our company and most similar companies have a mandatory drug screening prior to hire. We've hired felons in the past but have no longer done so because of the market for qualified labor. ...
  16. Thread: Lever Guns

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    I've just about convinced myself that the .358...

    I've just about convinced myself that the .358 Winchester is about as close as one can get to an all-around, general purpose rifle cartridge with careful hand loading. I've been on the hunt for a...
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    I have one. I acquired it because I was rather...

    I have one. I acquired it because I was rather heavily invested in 10/22 magazines already. It's a decent budget rifle that can be turned into a legitimate PRS style rifle with some chamber work...
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    Iíve been quite impressed with the TCR22. I have...

    Iíve been quite impressed with the TCR22. I have the original version with the stripped down Magpul Hunter stock. Itís a great little setup and has run quite well for me. I even did a write up on it...
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    Itís ok to be wrong. I wonít think any less of...

    Itís ok to be wrong. I wonít think any less of you. 😊
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    :nods knowingly in BLR:

    :nods knowingly in BLR:
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    Asking price and selling price arenít always the...

    Asking price and selling price arenít always the same. $1495 is very optimistic for a 9422M. I have seen them sell locally in the $750-$850 range.
  23. Mags are mostly unobtanium right now. Classic...

    Mags are mostly unobtanium right now. Classic has used surplus for $35 each. Beretta USA was out, got some in and they disappeared in about 30 minutes. As best I recall they were just over $40. ...
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    Thanks for the explanation. Maybe now is the time...

    Thanks for the explanation. Maybe now is the time to grab a couple of P223s?
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    Thanks for the info.

    Thanks for the info.
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