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re: How much fuel do you keep on board your boat? - Tigerhead
54 gallons and I keep it full. Just a tip, Yamaha dealership told me that for every inch of vapor space you leave in your tank, you will condense "so many" ounces of water in a given amount of time. I don't remember the number of ounces or the length of time. To get the true amount you had to consid...
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re: Parents fight at high school graduation in the Memphis area over saved seats (Video!) - Tigerhead
Went to a choir performance at an elementary school recently. My wife and I get there 30 minutes before the performance. We knew where my grand daughter would be standing, so we tried to get a seat accordingly. When we went to sit down a woman 6 seats away tells us the whole row is saved. So we end ...
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re: Most entertaining thing you have witnessed on the water? - Tigerhead
Galveston Yacht Basin boat ramp is very steep and deep for launching offshore boats. We were in the bait camp next to the launch when some sports show up with a big offshore boat. This boat is one of the big cc's on a triple axle trailer, has three huge outboards on the back, but they are pulling i...
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re: On-board battery charger installation options - Tigerhead
I have two Minn Kota onboard chargers. One is under my console next to my trolling motor batteries and the other is mounted on the bottom side of a hatch lid that provides access under my deck, away from my starting batteries. I prefer that mounting location. When I was running lead acid batteries f...
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re: The Radium Girls — still glowing in their coffins - Tigerhead
There's a great documentary called "The Poisoner's Handbook" that is about Charles Norris. He was the Chief Medical Examiner for New York City from 1918 to 1935. The Radium Girls incident was during his tenure. The documentary also covers his research and findings around tetra ethyl lead, carbon mon...
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re: Need repair help...Dryer suddenly stopped working mid cycle - Tigerhead
You said you checked the breaker,so probably no help, but if it's an electric dryer there will be two breakers. One breaker protects the motor that turns the drum and the other is for the heating element. Make sure both are reset....
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re: Mounting and leveling a scope questions - Tigerhead
You want to level the horizontal reticle relative to vertical axis of the bore. In other words, get the gun as plumb as possible and then level the horizontal reticle. If you google "Larry Poterfield videos" he has some great videos on how to mount a scope. Problem is, in order to do that with ab...
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re: Surprised how difficult it is to find a tube fed 22LR bolt rifle. - Tigerhead
Not recommending a semi auto, just telling him his gun in the pic he posted is a Winchester, not a Remington....
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re: Surprised how difficult it is to find a tube fed 22LR bolt rifle. - Tigerhead
[quote]Remington Model 190 semi auto[/quote] That's actually a Winchester Model 190. I have one just like it and it's one of the best shooting guns I've ever owned. I forgot how many rounds it holds but it will empty the magazine in a hurry. ...
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re: Trailer Bearing/Hub question - Tigerhead
I bought a new trailer in 2013 that has the Vault bearing system and I haven't had to touch them in 4 years. Something a lot of people miss with BB is that it says in the manual to pump the grease in until the pressure plate STARTS to move. Not until it stops moving. If you pump them until the...
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re: 3 injured after owner tries to put sweater on pit bull - Tigerhead
Them's mean streets for a pit bull in a cardigan. Scarface wasn't having none of that shite. Can't blame him much....
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re: Coyote hunting advice - Tigerhead
I don't have any experience myself, but I watched some videos that were done by some guys that had it down. The one thing they recommended that looked to be very effective was using a visual lure along with your call. They tied a bird wing to a branch in some brush and then tied a piece of mono to t...
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re: Man I love duck breast - Tigerhead
[quote]eniulated[/quote] That shot isn't even on the paper!...
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re: Best hunting rifle - Tigerhead
[quote]Winchester Model 70 in .30-06 You may even get lucky and find a pre64 in good shape for around $1,000[/quote] If you haven't looked at one of these you should. Awesome rifle! I would recommend the Featherweight model. The newer rifles have the same bolt as the pre-64 rifles. You can get o...
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re: Savage stealth 10 ba - Tigerhead
Okay, I get where you're coming from now. I really wasn't understanding what you were objecting to, but it was my statement about it being the gun and not the ammo. I was speaking more in generalities and not to that specific ammunition. My bad. I haven't done any research on the Hornady Superforman...
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re: Savage stealth 10 ba - Tigerhead
[quote]So if an unfired shell is sticking, then the chamber could be bored incorrectly. But in that case you would almost certainly have to force the bolt closed, which is a no-no to begin with[/quote] Notice I said "unfired shell". [quote]Not necessarily. You could have what happened here and...
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re: Savage stealth 10 ba - Tigerhead
So if an unfired shell is sticking, then the chamber could be bored incorrectly. But in that case you would almost certainly have to force the bolt closed, which is a no-no to begin with. But if unfired rounds cycle normally and a fired round sticks, that's normally an over-pressure problem. When a...
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re: Fish ID - Tigerhead
The only way I've ever eaten them is smothered. You lay the whole fish in a pot and add a little water to start cooking. They have a white fat on their belly flaps that dissolves as the fish cooks. It makes a white gravy that grows on you if you give it a chance. The flesh tastes good too. ...
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re: Savage stealth 10 ba - Tigerhead
Sounds like the ammo could be too hot for that gun. But I don't think I would want to own a gun that won't handle any of the factory ammos. Hand loads are a different matter, but the factory stuff should be safe or I would blame the gun, not the ammo. Savage may have cut that corner a little too cl...
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re: Fish ID - Tigerhead
AlxTgr, is your dad from Avoylles parish by any chance? They love their smothered goo there. My dad was born in Mansura and would turn back flips if I brought him a goo. I hated the smell of the stuff when I was a kid, but if you could get past the smell it tasted really good over rice....
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