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re: Colt Police Positive - Buck_Rogers
If it flooded in Katrina, at this point refinishing it is not going to lower it's value. Don't use some crappy spray on finish or cold blue you buy at Walmart. If you want a rewarding experience and don't mind using a little elbow grease, then research "slow rust blueing". Supplies are very cheap an...
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re: Looking for a golf cart.... - Buck_Rogers
What area do you live in? I might know of one you'd be interested in....
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re: Megan Markel refuses to allow Prince Harry to participate in annual family hunting event - Buck_Rogers
Who really cares what "royalty" does? They're all inbreds who we won our independence from, because we don't believe in that shenanigans. ...
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re: Deer Hunting 50 years ago (Update in OP) - Buck_Rogers
[quote]I'm interested in how deer were hunted in the south 50 years ago.[/quote] Deer were much smaller and more fragile then. My first deer rifle was a 32-20 Winchester with iron sights. According to most posters on here, deer laugh at anything smaller than a 270 now... and you better have at leas...
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re: Best revolver - Buck_Rogers
[quote]Now, all you metallurgists describe the process of each, and tell which is stronger. [/quote] Forged vs cast can both be equally as strong. The heat treat and metallurgy is what's important. Ruger RedHawks were designed to handle heavy loads better than S&W N-frames, but it has nothing to do...
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re: Best revolver - Buck_Rogers
[quote]They can not handle hot loads like a Ruger. FACT. [/quote] That's a broad statement....
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re: Rifle for 13 & 11 year old - Update page 5 - Buck_Rogers
[quote]The only energy it requires is enough for the broadhead to make it to the vitals and sever them causing them to bleed out. [/quote] Wrong... It's the momentum (NOT energy) that pushes the broadhead through. The sharp edges and point lessen the resistance. A 223 has more momentum; more than e...
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re: Rifle for 13 & 11 year old - Update page 5 - Buck_Rogers
[quote]That's not even an apples an oranges comparison. That's like apples and chickens.[/quote] It's quite literally a deer to deer comparison. If you can't understand that simple comparison, then you're not worth even trying to explain the physics involved in making a clean kill on an animal. Kee...
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re: Rifle for 13 & 11 year old - Update page 5 - Buck_Rogers
I already posted earlier that a 223 is a good choice. It is accurate with little recoil and cheap enough to practice with all day. For those that think it's under powered, then look at it this way. A 350 grain arrow from a compound bow going 300 fps has a lot less momentum than a 62 grain 223 round ...
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re: Rifle for 13 & 11 year old - Update page 5 - Buck_Rogers
That's alot to read. Doubt you or a deer (deer and humans average the same weight and size) will know the difference if either of y'all happened to get shot by any of them....
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re: Scope Recomemdations - Buck_Rogers
Leupold VX2 are discontued and on clearance if you can find one. Just picked one up for cheap ($229) at Academy....
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re: Grand Isle PSA for the beach.. Wear some shoes in the water - Buck_Rogers
[quote]Was told to soak in hot water if get stuck[/quote] Good advice but this only helps break down the venom. If there are any spines that broke off under the skin, the area can become highly infected and even result in amputation. It's best to see a doctor and get an X-ray ASAP....
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re: Any Beretta M9 fans? - Buck_Rogers
If you were assigned one in the military, it's a poor comparison. Talk to police that carry or carried these and they all have great things to say about them and shot them more often. I'd bet hands down that more perps were shot by police issued 92s vs military issued M9s, because they had perfectly...
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re: Virginia Buttonweed will destroy your lawn. - Buck_Rogers
I've had really good results with Bayer Celcius on buttonweed. I just ordered a bottle of Fahrenheit and thought I'd give that a try since it is also made to use for broadcast applications as opposed to just spot treating with Celcius. Has anyone had any experience with Fahrenheit?...
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re: Love letter from my Grandfather to Grandmother in 1946 w/first hand A-bomb account. - Buck_Rogers
I've always heard they used the soldiers and sailors that scored lowest on aptitude tests for A-bomb research. It's also well documented that the radiation exposure left most of them sterile. Glad to see your grandfather pulled through....
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re: Running electricity to my shed - Buck_Rogers
[quote]My question: is there anyway (besides digging up the lines) to figure out where the electrical wires are buried in the yard[/quote] A metal detector...
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re: Pit bull kills a beagle at Petsmart. - Buck_Rogers
Judging an entire breed of dogs by the actions of a few is the same as judging a whole race (or breed) of people because of the actions of a few. https://nypost.com/2018/05/16/pack-of-wiener-dogs-mauls-woman-to-death/...
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re: Anyone know where I can still get live crawfish in Nola? - Buck_Rogers
[quote]Shells are like concrete[/quote] ...and meat is like bubble gum....
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