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  1. I must be the last to hear about this, I only saw it a few days ago
  2. I'd love to be able to look through all those bullet molds but that's way too far for me.
  3. If you're all thumbs like me, this makes things a lot easier. I got mine at Basspro
  4. My prediction: Once they figure out the logistics of how to do it, they will order everyone receiving any money from the federal government to get it. Welfare, Social Security, Medicare, Military retirement, Civil Service retirement ... etc. Welfare recipients will probably be the last group to have to tow the line but they will get to them eventually. They might lose in court but people will suffer in the mean time (as if they care).
  5. I seem to recall someone here is from Waverly, which is underwater. I think I looked it up when someone there had something posted in the classifieds and I wanted to see if it was within my driving limits.
  6. If you're shooting them through a cylinder or maybe an improved cylinder choke it shouldn't be a problem but I wouldn't go any tighter without checking the hardness of the lead. If you can put a groove in it with your fingernail it should be soft enough if they are rifled slugs.
  7. Anyone here affected by these floods. https://smartway.tn.gov/traffic?features=incident,traffic,weather&position=35.97311048,-87.52237455,9 https://twitter.com/hashtag/tspotter?src=hashtag_click&f=live
  8. I wouldn't necessarily call him a hero as an individual but he sure did know how to run a war. General Norman Schwarzkopf
  9. We just need to keep the Chinese out of Taiwan. WOLF Gold – Brass-cased civilian-market ammunition. (Unlike the steel-cased ammunition, the brass-cased ammo is more easily reloadable.) Formerly made by Prvi Partizan, it is now manufactured in Taiwan.
  10. On of my favorites......RIP Tom T. Hall, the singer-songwriter who composed "Harper Valley P.T.A." and sang about life’s simple joys as country music’s consummate blue collar bard, has died. He was 85. His son, Dean Hall, confirmed the musician's death on Friday at his home in Franklin, Tennessee. Known as "The Storyteller" for his unadorned yet incisive lyrics, Hall composed hundreds of songs.Along with such contemporaries as Kris Kristofferson, John Hartford and Mickey Newbury, Hall helped usher in a literary era of country music in the early ’70s, with songs that were political, like "Watergate Blues" and "The Monkey That Became President," deeply personal like "The Year Clayton Delaney Died," and philosophical like "(Old Dogs, Children and) Watermelon Wine." https://www.foxnews.com/entertainment/tom-t-hall-country-singer-and-harper-valley-p-t-a-composer-dead-at-85
  11. You might want to do some reading up on killing snakes in Tennessee
  12. Another small tidbit. The shorter the barrel, the smaller the shot pattern (more shot where you're aiming). IMO #9 or 12 shot out of a 2" barrel is about the best you can do.) I was going to load up some 45 colt rounds but after researching I decided not to. My shortest barrel 45 is 5 1/2 inches. The reasoning behind this is the rifling in the barrel. The longer the barrel, the more rifling the shot capsule is exposed to so the faster it will spin. When the capsule exists the muzzle and the capsule breaks, the increased spin will throw the shot out in a larger area. I'm definitely not an expert here but it makes sense to me.
  13. I ran across an article on this a long time ago. I don't know if this is the same link but it says the same thing. McDonald’s ice cream machines are made by a company called the Taylor Company, a long-time supplier of ice cream machines to McDonald’s. The machine goes through a daily four hour self-cleaning process, which locks out soft serve production until completion. According to @BehindTheBrands, it often fails during the self-cleaning process, rendering the machine useless. A broken machine requires a McDonald’s location to call a Taylor technician to fix the ice cream machine. These service calls are extremely expensive, with Taylor earning 25% of its annualized revenue just from fixing the McDonald’s ice cream machines. Therefore, they usually just stay broken until a restaurant deems it necessary enough to fix it. https://brobible.com/culture/article/why-is-the-mcdonalds-ice-cream-machine-always-broken/
  14. I was just commenting on the vine. Get a pro to remove the limb !!!!
  15. It's Virginia Creeper.........trust me Your tree.. Virginia Creeper..
  16. I was going through some old files I had saved on my computer and ran across this canning recipe. With the price of bacon being so high it's not really worthwhile unless you process your own hogs but it was the name of the author of the article that caught my eye ( Enola Gay ). There's got to be a story there somewhere https://www.backwoodshome.com/canned-bacon/
  17. I just went through the exact same thing a few weeks ago. After my echo cardiogram I wound up with three stints in my heart
  18. If anyone is looking for one, this place has them in stock. https://www.sportsmansoutdoorsuperstore.com/black-friday.cfm/sale/springfield-armory-hellcat-pistols-for-sale
  19. This would be my opinion also. I don't think it had anything to do with the rabbit but pure hatred of the hawk and finding one that she could get to, gave her a chance for a payback.
  20. Ford is tapping the brakes on the Bronco. Production and deliveries of the rebooted SUV is being held up by a manufacturing issue with its hardtop roofs. The "molded-in color" roofs, which are built by an outside supplier, have suffered quality problems affecting their appearance, which have now been addressed, and will be replaced on all of the trucks manufactured to date. That means owners currently in possession of their trucks will receive new roofs later this year, while those still waiting for delivery will have to wait a little longer. https://www.foxnews.com/auto/ford-bronco-deliveries-delayed-manufacturing-snafu

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