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  1. The Second Amendment was written to protect us from this but people tolerate the gradual erosion of our rights the same way a frog will tolerate the gradual increase of heat of water until it's too late and he is boiled to death.
    3 points
  2. Pfizer 1 for me tomorrow.
    3 points
  3. Well I got the shot around 1215 yesterday. I felt perfectly normal until around 10pm when I tried to go to bed and realized I had a mild fever. If I had taken their advice and eaten some Tylenol I probably would have slept ok. I didn't get much sleep but aside from that and a sore arm, I feel pretty normal today. CVS was very efficient. The entire process took around 30 minutes and half of that was waiting after the shot to make sure I didn't croak.
    3 points
  4. I'll add: I test our contingency plan every single time I update the software by virtue of doing the software update itself. I have, on more than one occasion, had the software update go poorly and rolled us back to the previous state, instantly, with a backup. I know that TGO's plan works because I test it regularly and update it as things change and new options become available or old options phase out. It's a good habit that working in enterprise healthcare IT has ingrained for the past 20 or so years.
    2 points
  5. Ghost gun - its what Bill Murry used in Ghost Busters
    2 points
  6. My wife and I got our 1st dose of Pfizer on Friday. I didn't feel bad but had no energy Saturday, I was better on Sunday. She had no effect other than the usual sore shoulder.
    2 points
  7. We both have appointments for J&J shots tomorrow.
    2 points
  8. I think the “once and done” nature of J&J is appealing to a lot of people. It creates a good response with one shot and is “known technology” in terms of vaccine development. For what it’s worth, both of my friends who work in immunology and public health were happy to find out I got the Moderna vaccine (luck of the draw, first shot). They both noted it was more effective against some emerging mutations that have folks like them worried. But, as a general rule, I would still proffer that people should get whatever vaccine is on offer at the place that’s most convenient to them.
    2 points
  9. Up for trade is my Bulgarian Ak74 with plenty of ammo & mags. Excellent shooter, super accurate & soft shooting. Never had any issues, hiccups, or malfunctions ever. Included with/on Rifle: - Ukrainian CRC Crook Extended Handguard - TWS Gen3 Dog Leg Railed Dust Cover - TWS Rear Peep Sight - KNS Precision Adjustable Gas Piston - Solar Tactical MFER Magwell - Strela 4 Piece Flash Hider - Strela Extended Charging Handle - Fab Defense Folding Stock w/ Cheek Riser - ALG AKT-EL Trigger - Magpul Grip - Chopped Magpul Vert Grip - Magpul Offset Light Mount - Streamlight Protac HLX 1k Lume
    1 point
  10. Powder Valley has Vihtavuori N320 Available https://www.powdervalleyinc.com/product/vihtavuori-n320/
    1 point
  11. Thank you. I downloaded it.
    1 point
  12. There's one in the Trading Post FAQ section. https://www.tngunowners.com/forums/topic/100866-suggested-personal-firearm-bill-of-sale/
    1 point
  13. Phew, I feel safer already. I didn't really care what they were anyway. As I have said before, I'll simply be a criminal when the time comes. The way it's going I will have more rights at that point....... Oh yeah, I'm a white male. Scratch that.
    1 point
  14. Some of these orders affect me directly. Some people like to make comments about boating accidents. I don’t have a boat, and I ain’t lost ####.
    1 point
  15. Truthfully, what protects us (and them) in cases like this is just simple ol' planning ahead and having contingencies lined up. I appreciate the kind word and confidence, though. With our backups, I can re-home TGO elsewhere pretty quick if needed. The delay is in getting DNS servers to update, and there are some tricks that can make that give us a little extra control over that. Without backups, we'd be sunk. They would have been too.
    1 point
  16. Wow. The description of what happened to their server falls into what I think most folks would just call an "Act of God". Glad they got it running again!
    1 point
  17. I am what I am. But my hose bibs sure as heck don’t leak. Truthfully, when I needed to replace the existing ones, the price of good freeze proof bibs was enough that two good quarter turn valves was less expensive. When winter comes around, I can just close the valve under the house and then open the one on the outside and drain that section of pipe. I’ve got good access to get under my house with basically standing room underneath - so what works for me may not work for someone else.
    1 point
  18. Quite possibly the perfect do it all revolver.
    1 point
  19. 1 point
  20. Both are made from 3/16" thick quality Damascus in a random pattern. They come with the combo kydex/leather sheath shown. These are the only Damascus knives to be made in the foreseeable future so please don't ask. 1. SOLD!!! Sonoran Desert ironwood with brass pins and lanyard tube. G10 liners. OAL is 9 3/4", cutting edge 4 3/4". $150 shipped. 2. Gabon ebony and maple handle with G10 liners and G10 and Bloodwood accents. SS pins and lanyard tube. 11 1/4" OAL, cutting edge 5 3/4" $165 shipped. Thanks for lookin!!!
    1 point
  21. I have never been iffy about the vaccine. I have lost a few folks too. I'm iffy about the manipulations for personal gain. Once this vaccine kicks in, Fuaci and all the Mask Karens can kiss my retired butt.
    1 point
  22. I know some folks have been iffy about the vaccine. But, I’m thrilled every time I see someone get it. I’m tired of losing folks to this.
    1 point
  23. Somebody likes the new law.
    1 point
  24. I had been looking for a lever in .35 Remington for awhile. I found this recently and was able to pick it up for a decent price. Was a little surprised when I looked up the date code and found out it was 1957. Now I just need to find some ammo at a decent price.
    1 point
  25. “Sources told the outlet Biden would begin the process of requiring those who buy "ghost guns," firearms that lack serial numbers since they’re sold in pieces and put together at home, to undergo background checks. ” With out a serial number just how is this gonna happen?
    1 point
  26. Good call. It is indeed a Marbles sight. The spur is a Williams. It is by far the most secure and best feeling spur I have used.
    1 point
  27. They were clearing land next to my cabin that day. My mother-in-law said a guy ran up to the cabin asking for a fire extinguisher. She gave him one and he ran off. I don't know if they started it or not.
    1 point
  28. Is this still available and where you located
    1 point
  29. There's a very fine line between not leaking when closed, not leaking when open, and not being able to open. And it varies with the season due to thermal expansion.
    1 point
  30. You guys are killing me. The temptation was just to much.... I will take #2. PM to follow.
    1 point
  31. We understand we haven't had a lot of products in stock lately but that will change very soon! We should see a large amount of inventory available here in the next couple weeks. We appreciate all of your support and patience! Expect plenty more powder and LOS Bullets. We will also be introducing a new Projectile line here soon offering 223 and 30 cal. -American Reloading They have a fair supply of projectiles right now and some brass, too. A lot of their projectiles are pulls. I just received 200 pulled 338 projectiles, and while a match shooter wouldn't want them, they'll be fine
    1 point
  32. You can fix some of that issue by creating a "swale" in the backyard to draw water away from the house. MacGyver is right about the crawlspace, it's better for it to be above the yard grade for drainage purposes. In older houses, such as mine, the yard surrounding the house "grows" taller over time, due to degradation of clippings and such thus creating additional layers of soil. This leads to a crawlspace that is no longer above the outside grade, but below. That's an issue I'm about to deal with myself. Some areas will be fixed with some leveling/grading away from the house, others with
    1 point
  33. Sure is a nice condition old Marlin. And you have 2 interesting items there. The rear sight is an upgrade Marbles semi buckhorn with that dual ramp elevator and it looks like you got the old style wrap around hammer spur. Cant tell for sure from the picture but the newer spurs were a "C" type that clawed over the hammer. The old wrap around spurs were far more solid on the hammer and never would come loose unlike the newer so/so C spurs. The guy that hunted with that gun had a big hand. He sanded the point of the comb down some to accommodate his rather larger paw over the pistol grip. Those
    1 point
  34. If you’re not getting water in your crawlspace - I don’t know that it really matters. If you are getting water in your crawlspace - a few inches of soil is also unlikely to matter much. That said, if you’re grading anyway - gently sloping away from the house at up to a 2% grade is better than flat. If you need to add a bit of soil to get there - that’s fine.
    1 point
  35. Both very sweet! But I missed #1. Darnit!
    1 point
  36. The best year to be born and the best year for car styling. Sweet Marlin.
    1 point
  37. Hell, I thought they were designed to drip when turned on. I’ve yet to see one that didn’t.
    1 point
  38. As those Bartles & Jaymes guys used to say, “...and thank you for your support.” (I wonder if they’re still a thing?) The infrastructure to do something like this is way less expensive than it used to be - but it’s still not particularly cheap when you get the traffic TGO does. Benefactors literally keep the lights on around here.
    1 point
  39. Hate to think about the issues TGO would be subject to if our Admin team wasn't heavy on IT experience. A lot of things can creep up, and troubleshooting/resolution can be a beotch.
    1 point
  40. It really doesnt matter. Just take your time and check the fit often.
    1 point
  41. So I have been extremely busy and haven’t even got a chance to post this picture as I just noticed LOL. This is what it is not the actual gun but it’s like new So same difference
    1 point
  42. The one and done is appealing. And while it's less effective overall, it's still extremely effective at preventing hospitalization and death which seems to be most important.
    1 point
  43. Actually Bar-B-Qued goat is quite delicious.
    1 point
  44. As a proponent of personal privacy I am in support of this legislation. I can purchase a handgun from another law abiding citizen and legally carry with out have to surrender a mountain of personal information to the state. This also saves money from having to pay for the class and the permit.
    1 point
  45. Two amendments were offered by Republican's that changed the vague legally present language to the permissions in Enhanced permit carry, they were stuck down as being filed incorrectly, but they were in fact prepared by legal. I am the one doing the ads and please tell me where I have misstated any fact, that REAL Constitutional Carry includes long guns and the 18 year old an up provision? Did we think those had a chance, no, but our constituents want the REAL thing, while others are OK with something less. By the way, I have not once said I was against the Governor's bill , just th
    1 point
  46. Thanks for the help, buddy! Don't know why I can't seem to get this down. Help coming to me soon. FTF instruction seems my best bet. Remember guys...I am an old country redneck with minimal tech skill.
    1 point
  47. TGO has unfortunately, from time to time, been visited by those who lack morals and ethics and would like to take advantage of the good graces and trusting nature of our fine members. This activity almost always seems to increase when social conditions are turbulent, especially if the turbulence is centered around the ability to find and buy guns or ammo. Lately we have had to boot a few people who were exhibiting suspicious behavior. We want you to be aware of this fact and to be sure to check a person's status on TGO before you commit to doing business with them as either the seller o
    1 point
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