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R & R / Re: Favorite fiction quotes
« Last post by Robinson on Today at 08:58:24 AM »
"... and you're the type who puts fries on my plate, so get to it!"  -- Earl in MHA
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Rifles / Re: Newbie question... Where do I start for AR ?
« Last post by huey148 on Today at 08:24:22 AM »
And yeah...those Ruger AR-556s are sweet fit the price, American made with a Ruger warranty and definitely an option to a DIY build..

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Rifles / Re: Newbie question... Where do I start for AR ?
« Last post by huey148 on Today at 08:22:54 AM »
I second a complete upper purchase...biggest mistake I see people make is they mess up the front gas block and scratch there heads when their dream gun ends up a single shot straight pull bolt action...

And if you don't know enough to resemble the bolt carrier assembly that you leave the bolt cam pin out of it I think you should put down the armies wrench and walk away from the project...
;-}

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Automotive / Re: New To Me Jeep
« Last post by Outbreak on Today at 05:28:08 AM »
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R & R / Re: Favorite fiction quotes
« Last post by Rockwolf66 on Today at 03:54:46 AM »
Well it's a Quote from an adult anime. I must warn you the F-bomb is dropped a couple of times.

It's one of the "protagonists" giving some advice to a Neo-Nazi gunman.

Link
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R & R / Re: Favorite fiction quotes
« Last post by stephendutton on Today at 02:59:46 AM »
"Infamy! Infamy! They've all got it in for me!" Julius Caesar - Carry On Cleo

"We need to handle this situation with tact and diplomacy. We'll string a dozen of them up for starters." - Sir Sydney Ruff Diamond - Carry On Up The Khyber

"I hear you've got a spot of bother. This is a tricky situation and we'll have to be careful how we handle it. I've sent for the Navy/Marines/Police/Fire Brigade." - assorted army/navy/marine and police officers - Dad's Army (Film).

"What is your name?"
"Don't tell him Pike!" - The U-boat captain and Captain Mainwaring - Dad's Army - TV series
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Okay so you shot down my dream to get all the "good" revolvers for cheap.

1. 1911 in .45 acp with caliber conversions in .22, 9mm, .38 super, 10mm, .460 Rowland.  Some of the caliber conversions are long slides.  Ideally a wide body, probably a commander length original so I can add a magwell and carry longer mags or take it off and use it as a carry gun.
2. AR 15 with multiple uppers for every caliber conversion any one can think of.
3. AR 10 with same as above.
4. Marlin .450
5. S&W model 10  Wife's sentimental value
6. Savage 99 in .308  My sentimental gun
7. Some version of a carry gun for the Wife what ever she likes.  I would like for it to have multi-caliber capabilities if possible
8. Dan Wesson .357 with multiple length barrels
9. Win model 70 in 30.06
10. Remington 870 with multiple barrel and multiple stocks

My goal with this list is to end up with as many options as possible.  If the authorities ever were to check me, I want to make their heads spin right off while staying in the letter of the "law".
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General Non-Firearms Discussion / Re: Back when America BUILT stuff
« Last post by THE NORSEMAN on Today at 02:08:54 AM »
My father and I spent the day with that Big Boy in Salt Lake City at the train museum at the Ogden Station.  That is one BBIIGG  HHOOSS piece of equipment. 

The Browning Firearm museum being right there was an added bonus as well.
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