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seez52 last won the day on February 25 2018

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  1. They have them stockpiled waiting for chips. Keep your powder dry, I see a huge new car buying opportunity before long. I'm sort of needing one as well, but plan to wait a while.
  2. The mini shells are not reliable in my 870. I wish they were. I don't see any way to fix it either.
  3. This is the one I have. It's available elsewhere if you don't like Amazon. It's just easier to get a link there. https://www.amazon.com/Dakota-Alert-MAPS-BS-Kit/dp/B00KX032S4/ref=mp_s_a_1_5?dchild=1&keywords=dakota+alert+murs&qid=1621122605&sprefix=Dakota+alert&sr=8-5
  4. No, it uses an underground sensor. The MURS refers to the frequency it transmits the signal on. MURS will do a longer distance that some. My sensor is almost half mile from my base station and through some dense woods and not line of sight. It's right on the edge of working. I just put a better antenna on it and that has helped. I also just converted it off the 123 batteries to an external gel cell. Don't know yet how long it's going to last on a charge but those 123s were getting pricey and would only last about 3 months. Less in the winter.
  5. We have a Dakota MURS system. Our driveway is about 2400' and we installed it just off the road. We have a gravel drive with tactical potholes so it takes newcomers a little over a minute to get to the house. Plenty of time to "get ready." Have used it for several years. Originally had a wired version closer to the house, but lightening was bad about frying the electronics. This one has been much better. I actually have it tied into a Homeseer system so I get a text message anytime it's activated in addition to the chime.
  6. I was thinking he looked familiar, but couldn't place him. That's funny.
  7. And if I were him I'm thinking I wished I had a bigger gun. I imagine he was heckled about that.
  8. The video I saw also shows Mr. Fancy pants motioning with his left hand to the crowd to come closer, but you can't see his right hand.
  9. With today's market you should probably move forward. If the down spouts are the trouble and often they are, it can take a long time for the moisture level to get back to normal. If you did smell a musty odor you're probably OK. I had to paint some of my block on the inside with that ugh waterproof paint. Did the trick but was a pain to prep.
  10. I'm not a huge fan of snl, but it was on while I was doing something else last night. About half way through the ad it got my attention. At first I thought it was a snl spoof ad, but it wasn't. It ran again later in the show. I was just kinda surprised they would run a network TV ad, and they would choose to air it during snl. Wouldn't have guessed it to be a target audience for them.
  11. Is the print file out there or did you whip one up on your own?
  12. I am really interested in this. Curious, if it broke so easily by dropping how do you think it will hold up long term?

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