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Ronald_55

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  1. @One1 Studying up on Model 10s and their predecessors can be a deep rabbit hole. A fun one though. Nice looking one. What kind of grips did you get with it?
  2. Yeah this is like the $20 yard sale shotguns you hear about... I never see them. At least Cap has proof. lol
  3. Just have mine shipped to your house..... in your name. I will pick it at some point......
  4. I used to have a Dodge Neon (POS) that you have to unbolt the engine just to replace the serpentine belt. I kind of think they engineer them on purpose to ensure work for their dealer service departments.
  5. Even of the key was needed in the ignition, if you can get to the wires, lots of this stuff runs on 12v, so a battery will pop it open. Another lock to watch out for is the ones realtors put on your door with a key inside. You can open that type with a shim made from a soda can. Plus as you do it, you can decipher the pass code. So you only need to do it once and you can open tgat until it is reset.
  6. Gonna bump this again. I have had a couple of great offers but those not-so-ugly ones were geographically challenged based on the current situation. Anybody in East TN got an ugly one that makes you feel like you are kissing your sister when you shoot it? I can take your sister...eh.. I mean your Glock off your hands. Thanks!
  7. A few years ago I got inspired to see if I could build a complete AR off eBay minus the stripped lower. Not quite as cheap, but after some wrangling I got it. Even got the evil black rifle stripped upper off eBay. Also one that I wouldn't bet my life on, but goes bang every time so far. Don't have any pictures close and too lazy to pull it out of storage. lol Good work on both. I have some lowers I need to get around to building. Until things went haywire, 22mods4all seemed like the cheapest route, but their cheapest stuff is staying sold out.
  8. First under $1.00 I have seen even if it included points off
  9. I know a few that are not in the list, but even proportional to Nashville, we should have a lot more. I often wonder if having theeclassifieds. on top of Armslist keeps a lot of East TN folks that might just initially want to sell from joining up. Or maybe a lot of our neighbors can't use a computer. lol
  10. You see the story of the 96 yo WWII VET that got a mohawk? https://www.cnn.com/2020/04/18/us/guy-whidden-mohawk-wwii-vet-trnd/index.html I have had long hair before, this time it is just gray. Doesn't bother me much. I have decided that since I am now working at home (finally!), I can see what i look like with a full beard. That is if the wife doesn't kick me out of bed before it grows in,
  11. Thanks @Follow Me Still on the mission. Someone give me your tired, your ugly, your unloved Glock yearning to breathe at the range.
  12. That was crappy of Wal-Mart..... Thanks for the generosity. Hopefully someone can use them.
  13. MAN WHO BOUGHT $10,000 WORTH OF TOILET PAPER AND HAND SANITIZER DENIED REFUND A man in Australia who purchased around $10,000 worth of toilet paper and hand sanitizer was recently denied a refund by a supermarket owner. .... https://www.newsweek.com/man-who-bought-10000-worth-toilet-paper-hand-sanitizer-denied-refund-1498343?amp=1
  14. It all depends if I am buying it from you or selling it to you...
  15. When we had a couple huge (30 inch diameter) poplars go down, I couldn't give the logs away. The guy up here that I have do work says he just has to pay the landfill to dump them. He said most sawmills are afraid of yard trees since they could have old nails or barbed wire in them that would mess up their blades. There was one place that used to cut trees, haul them to their yard to split for firewood but he went out of business. Not sure how because keeping his guys busy to a degree even in the wet or winter with the firewood had to make some money .
  16. Funny you should say that. I once had a discussion with a buddy that said I basically love ugly guns. I said they all need a good home. lol I should start filling out the papers to register a nonprofit. Not limit it to Glocks though. You know, fair treatment.
  17. Double stack 9mm is what I really am looking for. Like I said condition does dictate price.
  18. All depends on price Hipower. Yes, for the right price, I would even take that one. I do see myself figuring out a trigger guard, but figuring that out would be 1/2 the fun.
  19. Well I hope you guys know, despite the comedy in the ad, that I am actually serious about buying one.
  20. I would not be surprised to find people willing to trade you for precious metals and paper money for a while after the collapse. It is the mindset that there is value there. They will hope to cash in on the situation like some of these sanitizer and mask guys. Maybe they have enough supplies to gamble trading them away or think the situation will be short lived. While I understand the value of precious metal and have some, I still can't understand how it took on that worth. Before technology employed it, the value was mainly based on it being shiny and in relatively limited supply. No worse than the current dollar though.
  21. Ok, Ok, I will open this up. If you have a slightly homely Glock I would still consider it. You don't have to admit is is ugly. Maybe it was dim lighting where you bought it or maybe it was your first time and, well, you just wanted to get your hands on something. We all remember those days. By the way, the roll of Charmin is still on the table.

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