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About itw69fxst

  • Birthday 10/24/1967

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    Male
  • Location
    Knoxville, TN
  • Interests
    Uhm....guns and stuff......
  • Occupation
    working with Ones and Zero's

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  • Handgun Carry Permit
    Yes
  • Military
    Yes
  • NRA
    Yes
  • Carry Weapon #1
    Sig Sauer P220
  • Carry Weapon #2
    Ruger LCR .357 Magnum

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  1. I even online chatted with a CSR to check on availability - all gone
  2. I do pretty much the same thing - I know cops have a bitch of a job - so I try to make my interactions with them as positive as possible.
  3. The numbers all look good as I can tell - but I will have a pro take a peek at it. thanks for the input sir
  4. thank you gentlemen - as always you guys are a great knowledge base.
  5. Thank you for your input - I guess it is not an original then. Bummer - I cannot seem to find a value for it - would you happen to have an idea of where to get that info....or at least a ball park idea?
  6. Hello all, I have purchased a Mauser and was looking for any helpful information. It has all the German stamps and it is in pretty nice condition. I believe it to be a M30 from my findings on http://askmisterscience.com/1896mauserbackup/index.html My Serial number is 800xxx, I do not have the broomstick or the holster which would make it more valuable. I spoke with the owner at Fighting Sheep Dog and he was able to find it in his books. The book did not show the serial number, just the guns themselves. He was very helpful and knowledgeable and I will be using his store in the future. I would like to get a value on it but I am unsure of a local specialist on this gun. Does anyone have any suggestions on a place that can run the serial number and gather all the relevant data and values? Thanks :)
  7. Howdy to all - I saw a facebook post for the shooting team. It is made up of youngsters learning to shoot. They seem to be having problems finding .22LR as most of us have.   They asked for donations, but are willing to purchase the ammo for a fair price.   I AM NOT affiliated with this group - so I checked out there Facebook page to ensure they are real. In this world of distrust and lies it is unfortunate that I had to check.   Anywho, if you have an extra ammo that you can part with - you can contact a guy by the name of John Robert Hipps on Facebook.   I will be donating some ammo for the team since I have 53 millions rounds and can spare a few for the kids. :)   Y'all have a great day   Semper Fi Joe
  8. I just bought and received this holster, it fits great and the qulaity is on par with what I needed. I just wanted to share the info in the event that someone else is looking for one.   http://www.botach.com/products/safariland-6004-tactical-holsters.html     Yut !!!  
  9. Hello to all - I found some.22 if you dont mind paying :( - http://www.ammunitionalley.com/ammo-22-lr.php
  10. I have been house hunting for over a year, the garbage that people try to sell is mind numbing.
  11. It is brutal to watch our country lose its strength. But its even worse to realize there is nothing that can be done to save it. When our own prez signs away our rights and jobs, and any person with the power to stop it is bought and paid for, we are in deep muck.
  12. A gentle Marine is a Marine in deep thought - I give you Kudos for not stomping out his gutz - discipline and self control saved his narrow azz. But future episodes may not fair as well for the thief. 
  13. Well handled - what a very odd scenario. I probably would have started to talking to him in Pig Latin......and trying not to laugh.....but then again.....he could have been "shopping" as Runco stated. Kudos for calling LEO - you may have inadvertently foiled a "future" crime.
  14. Here are a few from a company that I order "stuff" from.   http://www.thereadystore.com/diy/4399/30-amazing-uses-for-baking-soda/?utm_source=rne_thursday_20131205a--google--organic&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=thursday--content--baking_soda_uses&utm_content=main_content_banner&trk_msg=LLKPSJB40N543EL12KA756E4UK&trk_contact=HFPRIAU8SRG4GPLRMOT9LL5SLS     1. Make toothpaste You can combine baking soda with 3 percent hydrogen peroxide solution to create a non-fluoride toothpaste. 2. Facial scrub Instead of going to an expensive spa, make your own facial scrub! Make a paste of 3 parts baking soda to 1 part water. Rub in a gentle circular motion to exfoliate the skin. Rinse clean. This is gentle enough for daily use. 3. Deodorant Pat baking soda under your arms to neutralize body odor. It’s a great alternative to harsher deodorants. 4. Use as an Antacid Baking soda is a safe and effective antacid to relieve heartburn, sour stomach and/or acid indigestion. Refer to baking soda package for instructions. 5. Treat Insect Bites & Itchy Skin For insect bites, make a paste out of baking soda and water, and apply as a salve onto affected skin. To ease the itch, shake some baking soda into your hand and rub it into damp skin after bath or shower. 6. Make a Bath Soak Add 1/2 cup of baking soda to your bath to neutralize acids on the skin and help wash away oil and perspiration, it also makes your skin feel very soft. Epsom salts are pretty miraculous for the bath too. 7. Soothe Your Feet Dissolve 3 tablespoons of baking soda in a tub of warm water and soak feet. Gently scrub. 8. Make a Hand Cleanser and Softener Skip harsh soaps and gently scrub away ground-in dirt and neutralize odors on hands with a paste of 3 parts baking soda to 1 part water, or 3 parts baking soda to gentle liquid hand soap. Then rinse clean. 9. Freshen Sponges Soak stale-smelling sponges in a strong baking soda solution to get rid of the mess (4 tablespoons of baking soda dissolved in 1 quart of warm water). 10. Polish Silver Flatware Use a baking soda paste made with 3 parts baking soda to 1 part water. Rub onto the silver with a clean cloth or sponge. Rinse thoroughly and dry for shining sterling and silver-plated serving pieces. 11. Clean Shower Curtains Clean and deodorize your vinyl shower curtain by sprinkling baking soda directly on a clean damp sponge or brush. Scrub the shower curtain and rinse clean. Hang it up to dry. 12. Boost Your Liquid Laundry Detergent Give your laundry a boost by adding 1/2 cup of baking soda to your laundry to make liquid detergent work harder. A better balance of pH in the wash gets clothes cleaner, fresher and brighter. 13. Gently Clean Baby Clothes Baby skin requires the most gentle of cleansers, which are increasingly available, but odor and stain fighters are often harsh. For tough stains add 1/2 cup of baking soda to your liquid laundry detergent, or a 1/2 cup in the rinse cycle for deodorization. 14. Remove Oil and Grease Stains Use baking soda to clean up light-duty oil and grease spills on your garage floor or in your driveway. Sprinkle baking soda on the spot and scrub with a wet brush. 15. Clean Batteries Baking soda can be used to neutralize battery acid corrosion on cars, mowers, etc. because its a mild alkali. Be sure to disconnect the battery terminals before cleaning. Make a paste of 3 parts baking soda to 1 part water, apply with a damp cloth to scrub corrosion from the battery terminal. After cleaning and re-connecting the terminals, wipe them with petroleum jelly to prevent future corrosion. Please be careful when working around a battery–they contain a strong acid. 16. Deodorize Your Refrigerator Place an open box in the back of the fridge to neutralize odors. 17. Deodorize the Cutting Board Sprinkle the cutting board with baking soda, scrub, rinse. 18. Remove Odor From Carpets Liberally sprinkle baking soda on the carpet. Let set overnight, or as long as possible (the longer it sets the better it works). Sweep up the larger amounts of baking soda, and vacuum up the rest. (Note that your vacuum cleaner bag will get full and heavy.) 19. Remove Odor From Vacuum Cleaners By using the method above for carpets, you will also deodorize your vacuum cleaner. 20. Camping Cure-all Baking soda is a must-have for your next camping trip. It’s a dish washer, pot scrubber, hand cleanser, deodorant, toothpaste, fire extinguisher and many other uses. 21. Extinguish Fires Baking soda can help in the initial handling of minor grease or electrical kitchen fires, because when baking soda is heated, it gives off carbon dioxide, which helps to smother the flames. For small cooking fires (frying pans, broilers, ovens, grills), turn off the gas or electricity if you can safely do so. Stand back and throw handfuls of baking soda at the base of the flame to help put out the fire–and call the Fire Department just to be safe. 22. Septic Care Regular use of baking soda in your drains can help keep your septic system flowing freely. One cup of baking soda per week will help maintain a favorable pH in your septic tank. 23.  Fruit and Vegetable Scrub Baking soda is the food safe way to clean dirt and residue off fresh fruit and vegetables. Just sprinkle a little on a clean damp sponge, scrub and rinse. 24. Clean the Microwave Baking soda on a clean damp sponge cleans gently inside and outside the microwave and never leaves a harsh chemical smell. Rinse well with water. 25.  Relieve Diaper Rash Put two tablespoons in your baby’s bathwater to help relieve diaper rash. 26. Fresh Flowers Keep cut flowers fresh longer by adding a teaspoon to the water in the vase. 27. Repel Rain Wipe your windshield with it to repel rain. 28. Music Fruit Relief Soak dried beans to a baking soda solution to make them more digestible. 29. Spot-Treat Acne You can make a paste with baking soda and water. Apply the paste to surface zits. It probably won’t work as well for deep blemishes. 30.  Obviously, Cooking Use it as a substitute for baking powder by mixing with it with cream of tartar or vinegar.

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