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Danger Rane

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About Danger Rane

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  1. I've lost track of how many multi tools I've gone through....they all eventually break, but my Leathermans have generally held up better than my Gerbers. As someone else noted these things can't beat a designated knife, pliers, and screw driver, but they are a lot more convenient to carry around, which means I usually end up using them for tasks that really need the right tool.... which is why I keep breaking them. Be found the Gerber files do not hold up at all as large flathead screwdrivers, and I've had several Gerber pliers snap when grasping something and twisting it at the same time.
  2. I'm certainly not burrying my head in the sand, or saying I don't care what's going on in the world, but I don't believe much of anything on ANY mainstream news channel or even most of the fringe media have to say. Like everything in life, everyone has an angle, all slanted for their agenda/gain. This is not a left or a right thing, it's a political thing, always trying to manipulate. The sooner more people can elevate themselves above freaking out everyday about whatever BS the talking heads are crying about the better.....they only keep doing it because it works.
  3. In my mind this means you did a great job raising him! Congrats to him and to your family.
  4. PM Sent
  5. Great looking knife! Nasty little nick. I have one that does this to me on occasion as well, it's a Benchmade Balisong that is razor sharp. I have pretty much given up on carrying it as it has cut me more than anything else.....and yes I realize it's operator error
  6. I have a gun vault bio and a gun vault keypad, if I was doing it again I would get another keypad version because it works every time. I often have to swipe 2-4 times on the bio to get it open, and if I've jacked my fingertips up at work it doesn't open. I also tested it with wet and bloody fingertips and it didn't work well at all.
  7. Very nicely done sir.
  8. Welcome to the group!
  9. I shoot pistol and/or shotgun pretty much every week in my backyard. The layout of the backyard and the surrounding woods pretty much sold me on the place, thankfully the boss liked the house . I figure anything much larger/louder than pistols would probably have the neighbors up in arms. Hoping to get a can soon so that might change. It's been a few months since I've had any of the long guns out to the range. Shot recently in a downpour with my LCP with its Crimson Trace laser. The laser didn't last 7 minutes in heavy rain before crapping out. The LCP performed flawlessly, as have any of the guns shot in the rain. I took the laser off the gun while I was cleaning/drying it and let it sit open for a couple days to dry out. It's been working fine since it dried out but I found that to be valuable information. I've previously used several weapon lights of the self contained variety (as apposed to sandwiched around a trigger guard) and they usually perform better in the elements. I was stationed in WA state for several years and shot in the rain more often than not. A couple helpful things for long guns was to smear a bit of bolt grease in the scope ring screws to prevent water from sitting in them and starting to rust. It's possible a shot of WD40 would serve the same purpose. Also a product named "Cat Crap" is helpful on lenses to prevent fogging and makes water bead up and easier blow off. Shooters Choice makes a product called rust prevent that is kind of like WD40 on steroids for water displacement/rust prevention. It works great for prolonged wet hunting/shooting trips where your firearm is pretty much soaked the whole time. After rain/ pre cleaning can be done a bit easier using compressed air to "dry" the firearm prior to cleaning. Care should be taken using compressed air around the optics however and thought should be given to any nooks and crannies that you might have forced water into lest you end up with hidden areas of rust.
  10. Well the story is already getting spicier by the day. I'll try to find the link again but I was reading earlier that the two of them spent two weeks in some clothing optional commune, before getting kicked out for spending too much time together having sex instead of doing communal chores. They were passing themselves off as a 44 and 24 year old married couple.
  11. That sounds great! Don't worry about sending it though, I still owe you a visit to drop off some Simunition ammo and have a lower engraved. I'll just bring my KSG and impact driver when I make the journey and knock it all out at once.
  12. Met him once, he was the main speaker at one of our Military balls. Came across as very arrogant in person. I think he has some great points but I've never been a fan of his delivery. Also can't stand the way he has opposing view "guests" on and yells over them the entire time.
  13. Welcome to the group!

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