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TripleDigitRide last won the day on January 2 2016

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About TripleDigitRide

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    Springfield (Nashville) Tennessee
  • Interests
    Guns, Texas Hold'em
  • Occupation
    Local Truck Driver


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  • Carry Weapon #1
    G19 or G26
  • Carry Weapon #2
    Ruger LCP

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  1. Howdy! Thank you very much for the offer. If for some reason things fall through with Darrell, I'll give you a shout.
  2. Hi Darrell, As a matter of fact, I'll be in Crossville tomorrow morning. I'm going to shoot you a PM right now.
  3. TGO isn't looking very promising. If you have any idea where I can find two pieces of empty 50 BMG brass with seated bullets, please let me know. Thank you in advance.
  4. I'm making a gift for my nephew who recently graduated US Army Basic Training. I need two empty 50 BMG brass casings with bullets seated. Located in Nashville, but am all over middle Tennessee during the week. More than willing to pay additional for shipping, if I can't find someone local.
  5. I managed to find one at a store just 1.3 miles from my house. I couldn't believe it.
  6. FOUND WHAT I WAS LOOKING FOR! I know there are several wine and spirit connoisseurs in the house, so I'm hoping someone can point me in the right direction. I'm looking for a bottle of Angel's Envy Cask Strength to buy as a gift for our pastor who's going to marry my fiancé and me. I know it's a long-shot. Thank you in advance for any possible assistance.
  7. I need a 3x9x40 scope for a .270 hunting rifle. My budget is $150. Which one would you recommend! Seen any on Black Friday lists? Thank you in advance.
  8. I'm thinking about purchasing a T/C Compass in .270, as I finally have an opportunity to get into deer hunting. The reviews seem pretty good, especially for a $200 (after rebates at Academy) rifle, but I wanted to see if anyone here had firsthand experience with 'em.
  9. Don't think I didn't think about it. But I decided to settle on the boring 'ol pickemup truck.
  10. After dealing with a few of life's curveballs, I've decided to take a last minute, week or so long, solo trip to Maine. It's somewhere I've always wanted to visit. The fact that the temps are a bit cooler is a huge plus. I'm really hoping for some good seafood, too. I plan on being in Maine for three or four day, pitching a tent, hopefully somewhere with shower access. I have very little planned out. As of right now, I'm thinking about not staying in any one area for more than a day. Possibly two, if I really like the area. Does anyone have suggestions in the way of restaurants, campgrounds, places worth checking out the sights, etc.? I'm almost totally "winging it", so any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance.
  11. An area needs to be leveled that will be used to place two shipping containers. I'm sort of assuming the fill will need to consist mostly of rock, if not all. I'm guessing the fill will need to be 5' - 6' deep at its deepest point. The "level" part of the existing ground is actually sloped more to wards the drop-off than the drawing depicts. If I had to guess, the fill area will be roughly 30' or so wide. As you can see in my crappy drawing, at the right side of the area is a drop-off. If building a retaining wall to hold the rock in place at the edge of the drop-off isn't necessary, that would be a huge plus. As we've all seen many times where rock is used to fill/level an area for a structure, parking lot, etc., the rock gradually slopes, keeping the rock in place and safe(r) from erosion. My question is this: Is there a general rule of thumb as to how much of a slope and how far the rock need to extend past the leveled fill area? I hope that makes sense. Any input would be greatly appreciated.
  12. My boss and I are going to look at some property that is mostly only accessible by ATV. Does anyone know if there's somewhere in the Nashville area where we can rent a couple of ATV's or Gator for a day?
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