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Hozzie last won the day on March 8 2018

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About Hozzie

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    We need more dogs and less people.
  • Birthday 04/26/1975

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  1. Yep, trap and drown. Shooting will not get you the result you are looking for.
  2. I would first see if I could find a service manual for it and see if it has a gasket on it. If it does, I would probably use a chisel on the corners and see if you can get it to separate. Even if it doesn't, you can always use a little black RTV if needed when putting it back together. Or go ask over here https://www.tractorbynet.com/forums/index.php in the Kubota section. Someone there will most likely have a good answer. Someone there may also have a service manual they would share.
  3. I don't care if someone wants to steal my car (so long as I am not in it), but mess with my dog and no one may ever know where you went.
  4. My go to value/cost rifles are CZ's. Usually excellent accuracy and fit and finish are better than anything else in the price range. Savages will shoot well and be cheap, but they just don't do anything for me from a looks standpoint. I like wood and blue. https://www.budsgunshop.com/catalog/product_info.php/products_id/62354/cz-usa+cz455+american+22wmr
  5. The difference is they essentially changed it to mean bumpstocks were machine guns with the Machine Gun being the critical differentiation which made them illegal. They can't change a suppressor to be anything other than a suppressor I don't think without changing actual law. They were certainly bipolar on bumpstocks, but it's still apples and oranges as far as I am concerned.
  6. Big difference between bump stocks and Suppressors. Bump stocks were always in question as legal or not. Suppressors are not legal without application and approval. Apples and oranges comparison. Can't as easily take away something codified in law and clearly known what is legal or not. It will take Congress to change it and I don't see that happening right now. Lawsuits will last years if anything is forced. I am not losing any sleep over this.
  7. I don’t. I have NG at the road but ordered a dual fuel range that I will run off of propane for the burners. A 100lb tank lasts a long time. Didn’t want to have to run a gas line 1000’ through my rocky soil.
  8. As Mac said, it is glass. It a really nice range, I just have used gas my whole life and prefer it.
  9. I use the direct pay. It's simple. https://directpay.irs.gov/directpay/payment?execution=e1s1
  10. Very sorry for your loss. Condolences.
  11. I have been with Farm Bureau for at least 12 years. Never had an issue with anything. Had one accident (not my fault) and replaced one windshield and have never had them question anything. More importantly for me I trust my agent. I have no idea if it may cost me a little more each year, but knowing how they have treated me for years, it's worth it. If my rates went up to what I felt was excessive, I would shop around. I base my cost relatively to a few friends with similar situations and we are all within a hundred dollars or so.
  12. Powerstep for me as well.

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