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peejman last won the day on December 26 2016

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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. Pocket clip in the back pocket with my handkerchief. Wallet in other back pocket. I used to carry clipped to front pocket but found I'm in/out of those pockets so much the knife got in the way most of the time.
  2. Kids doing dumb kid things is normal. I get the (perhaps incorrect) impression that Dave wasn't talking about 20 yr olds. If a 20 yr old with an American passport really thinks being touristy in North Korea is a good idea.... those mistakes were made long before.
  3. Wow. Wonder how many mules it took to haul that around? I dare say the classic "20 mule team" wouldn't be adequate.
  4. Better yet to teach your kids not to associate with those who might try to pressure them into doing something dumb.
  5. for-sale

    Technically that's a detachable bayonet. Looks to be in good shape.
  6. What is that?
  7. While I do try to tone it down, mostly for language reasons, I never gave mine much choice about the music. My house/car, I'll listen to what I want and there'a only so much Veggie Tales I can take. My wife is/was a country/pop fan but has slowly been assimilated. She can readily identify a number of bands and only complains when it's really loud. My guitar is an Ibanez from the 90's. I'm terrible, but its an outlet.
  8. They were ok. It seemed like their PA wasn't optimized for a space as large as the arena, so it sounded muddy to me. But I remember them and like the song above... I've got SiriusXM channels through my Dish service. I run it through my home stereo a lot. I listen mostly to Ozzy's Boneyard just cause I'm old school like that, and the unintelligible screaming from a lot of metal bands doesn't do a thing for me. My boys like it pretty well... The younger one (shown) is known to crank the stereo up when something good is playing and run around the house "air" singing emphatically into something roughly microphone shaped. Future front man material? The older one is in a "50's rock and roll" phase. He loves Elvis, Johnny Cash, Chuck Berry, Buddy Holly, Little Richard, ... No complaints from me as I like them too.
  9. Saw them when they opened for Metallica years ago. They certainly seem to have come into their own.
  10. Indeed, happy Father's Day gentlemen!
  11. Welcome!
  12. I'd prefer thoroughly, meticulously, or comprehensively vetted instead of heavily....
  13. Sounds like you have a fascinating collection. I have an M48 and 91/30 and my experience shooting them is the opposite with surplus ammo. The Mosin can bite if you're not paying attention, but the Mauser is a friggin cannon. It's fun, but I think I've got a lifetime supply of ammo for it.
  14. sold

    Sales between elligible individuals in TN do not require the gun pass through an FFL. The catch will be shipping it as I believe none of the usual suspects (USPS, UPS, FedEx) will knowingly ship a handgun between individuals.

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