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tercel89 last won the day on May 16 2021

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  1. tercel89

    Next Glock?

    No Glock collection is good until you get the one that started it all , the 17 .
  2. That would be nice so that you could look one over real well before you buy. Those surplus ones can getting pretty rough sometimes.
  3. Thanks but we are a bit too far away from each other.
  4. I am looking for a Beretta 92D 9mm which is a 92 in double-action-only. I have one and just wanting another one to dress it up a bit and have fun. I am in Middle Tn but can travel for the right gun. Thanks
  5. I'm looking for an older model CZ75 in 9mm . Scratches don't bother me , just as long as it's functional and not a rust bucket. I am in Middle Tn. Send me a message if you're wanting to get rid of one. I will also consider an Armalite AR 24 which is a CZ75 clone. . Thanks.
  6. At this point I'm leaning towards slab but still looking at both .
  7. We currently have concrete blocks turned sideways in our old house that use the holes in the blocks as foundation vents. I have to plug/cover them in the winter. I wrapped the pipes once and for good. I used to wrap them and uncover them in the summer. But now just leave them wrapped.
  8. The time has come to where my son is going to buy my old house and my wife and I are looking at buying a new or newer house to retire in. We have lived in an old 1954 farm house for 25 years. It has a crawl space. We heated with wood for a few years with a wood stove. I grew up with a wood stove and cutting wood every year so that wasn't new for me. We finally got a regular heat system in 2004. I wrap the pipes every winter and close the crawl space vents to prevent frozen pipes. I am wondering if I should get a regular house with a crawl space or a house built on a concrete slab. The slab pros that I can think of is no frozen pipes but if there is ever a problem , I imagine that the slab would have to be jack hammered up to get to the pipes. The crawl space sucks cause of the pipes being exposed and will have to be wrapped and the vents closed up and such. Plus with a crawl space , if there is a leak in the toilet and any plumbing , the floor will rot and the wood floor will need to be replaced. With the slab , if there is a leak above , it wont rot the floor cause the floor is concrete. I welcome any information or experience on this . Thanks in advance.
  9. tercel89


    I love cornbread but please Lord keep the sugar out of it


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