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peejman last won the day on May 27

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About peejman

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  • Birthday 07/19/1975

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    Maryville, TN
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  1. When in doubt, always call it in. Better to be the one calling than the one being called about. The caller is the de facto victim and the person being called about is the de facto suspect.
  2. A friend has 3 boys and we have 2, all similar ages. His wife says when boys get together, the collective IQ doesn't multiply, it divides. That's funny but also not entirely untrue.
  3. I've no idea how people manage tiny trailers they can't see. I should probably learn to use my mirrors more than I do, but my utility trailer is 4ft wide and hard to see in the side mirrors until it's already headed the wrong way. Its got a rear ramp gate that I can more easily see when looking over my shoulder.
  4. When the wheelbase of the tow vehicle is the same or longer than the distance from the rear axle to the trailer axle (essentially the trailer wheelbase), it can be very hard to back up. Short tow vehicle + long trailer = easy. Long tow vehicle + short trailer = hard. Could also be that the hitch on the Tundra is off center, but I wouldn't expect that. Distance from the rear axle to the hitch ball also affects the trailer. A long rear overhang makes backup more difficult.
  5. I'll ask a silly question... why would one remove the buffer tube to clean it? I don't shoot nearly as much as some, but removing the buffer tube for cleaning has never crossed my mind.
  6. You mean it won't close fully? Can't push the pins back in? Remove the BCG and try again.
  7. With snubby revolvers, sometimes the muzzle/cylinder blast is as or more objectionable than the recoil. The first thing we rented when shopping for my wife was a. 38 snubby. She hated it, and so did I. Not horrible outdoors, but it was terrible at an indoor range. I found the 4" .357 nicer to shoot than the .38 snubby.
  8. Rare to see him in color. Nice.
  9. We lost our 17 yr old dog from arthritis, epilepsy, and CHF a few years ago. Thankfully our vet experience was ok. This little guy showed up about month ago.
  10. Have someone else do it. Longer trailers are easier than short ones.
  11. Thats a good one. Be even better if it came with the voice. I like this one...
  12. Good on your son for providing help. I hope he made sure the threat was gone before rushing over there. Domestic disputes are usually the worst kind.
  13. Wow. That's a lot of good movies and TV shows. Might be fun to see who can name them all.
  14. There's talk of masks becoming a requirement here. If that happens, I'll have to think of the most obnoxious design I think I can get away with.

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