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  1. I need to get my junk together and sell some stuff I don’t shoot - and turn it into stuff I do shoot.
  2. I pray that his memory is a joy to the ones he loved. We had less than 1000 members when he joined TGO. Fair winds and following seas.
  3. MacGyver

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    When an angry hog comes out of the palmettos in Florida heading straight for you, it may as well be an elephant.
  4. I like 110 grain TAC--TXs for hogs in a 10.5" barrel. That said - you're going to get more energy transfer out of a round with more case capacity. I'm a big fan of 338 Federal, too.
  5. To quote the late Lewis Grizzard, “I could have headed this whole thing off, but I was intrigued so I just waited.” some great knives for sale here. I got a lot of mileage out of a recon tanto back on the day.
  6. That’s a good deal on a great knife.
  7. Yeah, it was $99 when I looked at it. Walmart uses dynamic pricing - so all of us looking at it may have actually driven the price up.
  8. Hey congrats! This is great!
  9. They’ve got some neat blades for under $15. I like a good sheepsfoot folder.
  10. That 535-3 Bugout in S90V and wearing carbon fiber scales is a beautiful little knife - if pricey. But at 2 ounces - it’s lightweight.
  11. I talked to him a couple of weeks ago to chat about something we were both watching on television He seems to be doing just fine.
  12. Are you looking for a locking blade or a more traditional folder? The Kershaw Leek is pretty lightweight - and inexpensive. My personal summer carry is a Spyderco Delica in Damascus with lightweight G10 scales. I could probably come up with even lighter - give me some guidance on what you’re looking for? Pocket clip? Traditional slipjoint?
  13. Oh, I’d go with what their site says. I think I was looking at a B&H side-by-side comparison.
  14. Also worth noting that I’m on a MacBook Pro in clamshell mode on these monitors. If you’re running a PC, I don’t know that you’d have reason to care about daisy chaining off one wire. That monitor delivers 90W through USB-C - so in most use cases you’ll be great That monitor does not rotate to portrait - but again - a specific use case that may not be worth the extra money for what appears to be the same panel
  15. So, keep in mind I've not handled this monitor - but from people I know who have - if you're using a docking station you ought to be just as happy with it as you would be with the more expensive one.. If you're trying to daisy chain multiple monitors together, straight USB-C might have some trouble keeping up in high demand graphics applications (you'd probably never notice in business applications.). It's got FreeSync where the PD3220U doesn't - so it actually should be a pretty great standalone monitor - even for gaming.
  16. I had a Feel Free kayak before I got my Pro Angler. These are great boats.
  17. Make sure you're well versed on safety protocols on handling tritium lamps. You don't want to be wondering what needs to be done once you've broken one.

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