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Old 09-17-2015, 07:04 AM   #1081
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From about 5yrs ago with my little friend, the M24SAW.

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Old 09-17-2015, 08:20 AM   #1082
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I pictured you for a beard guy...without smurf-blue earmuffs.
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Old 09-17-2015, 08:50 AM   #1083
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Is that your rifle Wildbill? Pretty sweet set-up.
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Notice the whites even on the river. Loud and proud.
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I pictured you for a beard guy...without smurf-blue earmuffs.
Depends on the week. I absolutely hate shaving, so if I go for two weeks without I just turn it into a beard for a while. Often people don't recognize me for this reason, which is pretty funny.
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Is that your rifle Wildbill? Pretty sweet set-up.
No! Ha! That was at the Gun Store in Vegas. Got to play with a .44 magnum (same model as Dirty Harry used), a .308 Winchester and that little cutie.

Guy who took us to the firing range said that gun would cost over $8K or something like that. It was seriously a lot of fun to play with, but my wife would kill me if I told her I wanted to buy one. Here's a little video clip.

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No! Ha! That was at the Gun Store in Vegas.
Battlefield?
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Don't let Obama see you with that!
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Battlefield?
Nope, the one we went to was actually called "The Gun Store". They were about a 20min drive from the strip as I remember, but I think they've moved somewhere much closer to the strip.

Even the peacenicks I was there with had a great time blasting away at crap.

Pink AK47's for the girls too.
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Thanks for welcoming me to your site! I'm starting to get more active online so I don't become a total old guy lol. Any recommend any good sources to use for online marketing? I've been in business over 30 years but have zero presence, sad I know but at least I'm starting here. Any help would be appreciated fellow members



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Here's a fairly recent one of Jan, myself, and our two "kids" (ages 39 and 30).
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It's been awhile so here's a new closeup of me. Enjoy.
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Boy ,am I glad I never have to do any work and look like that. My biggest problem is finding time to get a haircut.
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Lol, actually, this was for a project at my place. Cutting down a large entertainment center I built years ago to make it accomodate a new, larger television. Had to run a reciprocating saw inside a few cabinet boxes where there was almost no light but alot of noise and sawdust. Jan had gotten me the headlight years ago as a stocking stuffer at Christmas and think this is the first time I had need of it. Came in handy though trying to see my cut lines in small enclosed spaces.
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Here's a great face shot 😋 And a great demonstration of how to efficiently sand a deck. Angle grinder.

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Here's a great face shot 😋 And a great demonstration of how to efficiently sand a deck. Angle grinder.

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Better start wearing knee pads! I wish I had started using them 10 years before I did.
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I was gonna say, I am glad I don't do decks. Surely there has to be an easier way to sand? As mentioned, get some knee pads, just do it!
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I've seen a few people on here mention using an angle grinder for sanding. I've never even considered that, just always used my orbital sander. What advantage is there with an angle grinder? I've got a 12amp grinder, but I'd be a little worried it would chew the surface to pieces and yes I know you wouldn't use a cut off wheel to do the sanding.
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