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RedlegEd

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About RedlegEd

  • Birthday March 12

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    Collierville, TN
  • Interests
    Fly Fishing, Home brewing, Shooting, Reloading, Casting bullets
  • Occupation
    Business Analyst

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  1. When speaking of classic movie quotes, don't forget the target rich environment of Mel Brooks' movies. I would venture to say that most everyone here can quote at least three or four lines from "Young Frankenstein" or "Blazing Saddles," and tell you exactly when it happened in the movie. For example....Dr. Frankenstein, "Werewolf?!?!" ; Igor, "There wolf...there castle." Ed
  2. "Kelly's Heroes" and "Cool Hand Luke" are two classic movies that every young man should see! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HG7p3KHwS_E Ed
  3. Hello, and welcome to TGO and hopefully TN! What a wonderful introduction, and a very sobering observation of where things can go. Good luck on your move and we are very glad to have you. Ed
  4. Hi, Since no one has asked the obvious question, what is the headstamp on the surplus ammo? Thanks, Ed
  5. Hi Charles and welcome to TGO! Unfortunately, I think that is a question from someone in VT. Most of the folks here are in Tennessee and I'm sure our laws are quite different than VT. Ed
  6. Hi, and welcome to TGO! Unless you manufactured the ammunition yourself for sale, there should be no issues with selling factory ammunition to a private party in TN. Ed
  7. +1 on password protected Excel. I keep it updated and a hard copy in the safe with my guns in a document fireproof box (think Sentry) with all my other important papers. Every time I buy, sell, or modify a gun, I update the spreadsheet on the PC, then print a new hard copy. Like Darrell, it's not so much for me as it is to help my family in the event of my demise. The hard part is getting started, but once you have everything down, maintenance is easy. A second benefit is having documentation for insurance purposes, especially if you keep a digital copy in the cloud somewhere (i.e. Dropbox.) What I need to do now is take pictures of each to add to the documentation. Ed
  8. +1^^^ this! It also works great on removing black carbon “stains” from a SS cylinder face. Ed

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