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Shorty

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  1. A soil test is a good investment and will potentially save you money. If you are worried about being able to turn soil, plant something like clover or brassica that doesn't require more than 1/4in of soil coverage. Clover can be annual or perennial depending on variety. Rye and brassica will require replanting each year.
  2. Try the International Market in Cordova by the movie theater. You could almost reassemble a cow from all the parts they have there and prices are generally pretty decent. Or try Fayette Packing.
  3. This is the same council, albeit different members, that claimed there would be blood in the streets if people were allowed to carry into resturaunts/bars.
  4. Try going by a Vax location in the last hour or so of them being open. If they have doses left and no patients scheduled, you may be able to get a shot. I've heard this worked at one of the locations in Bartlett recently.
  5. I have a pair of Muck and a pair of Irish Setter lace ups. Both are insulated, but the Mucks are a little warmer. Since they are lace ups, the Irish Setters offer a little better ankle support. Both are waterproof and offer pretty good traction in wet/dry/mud/snow. The Setters were a little cheaper than the Mucks if I remember correctly
  6. I talked to a guy today when I was looking and he basically said there is more profit for the manufacturers to sell assembled rounds than selling components so there are less reloading supplies out there. Another guy said with the high demand for rounds, there's not a lot of excess to sell for reloading. If either or both of those are correct, the shortage makes sense (excluding hoarders/flippers)
  7. Let us know what you think of the swap. I have a couple of factory Kimber mags that could use an upgrade. I didn't see a deadline or did I miss it?
  8. If he really wants a jeep, look for at least a TJ with the 4.0L inline 6. LJ's have a little more room in the back, but people really do think those are made of gold ($$$). Wranglers hold value, but not what some people seem to think.
  9. Shorty

    Prowler

    Yes please! I'll take two.
  10. Shorty

    OH CRAP!

    It's been going on about 2, maybe 3 weeks now from what I've seen locally.
  11. Look at Customer service. When it comes in around my area, that's where they put the highly desirable calibers.
  12. Put a rubber snake on the ledge where it's roosting. I've had to do that before on a window AC unit. If that doesn't work, a board with lots of nails in it, close together
  13. Early rifle started last year. For the culling, it's 4 antlered and 4 antlerless to get the sportsman's license or 4 antlerless to get the hunt/fish combo plus hunting implement of choice license added. Has to all be harvested from unit CWD and tested.

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