Anastasius

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    • some pics of my new knives

      11 years ago

      Anastasius

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      I got two of these hoping they would be flat ground, and they were. One is getting micarta scales, the other is getting dymondwood.

      Linen Micarta (crappy pic)
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      Dymondwood (you can see the alternating layers pretty well)
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      Some 416 stainless rod for pins
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      and a little something extra for the sheaths when I make them
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      Heres the setter for the burrs & rivets
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      If I can get a sturdy enough table, I'm going to pick up a fairly tiny anvil for setting bolster pins and rivets.

    • Sweeeeeet

      11 years ago

      Anastasius

      Got the stuff I ordered to make some more knives. The blades are nice flat grind drop points and I couldn't be happier with 'em. They came bead blasted to a satin finish, so no clean up needed there. I can start shaping the scales immediately. For the handles, I have some black and red linen micarta and some orange/blue dymondwood and some stainless rod for pins. Should look nice.

    • Vacation

      11 years ago

      Anastasius

      Starts in about 8 minutes. I think I'm gonna sleep through most of it. Well, not really.

      This weekend the wife and I are going to go down to Bar Harbor and look at all of the stupid tourists. That should be fun. Probably buy some stuff we don't need/have room for.

      Monday is my 1 year wedding anniversary. Yes, I already got a card. We got the gift earlier this year (big screen TV).

      The first weekend in August we're going up to Millinockett to spend time with our folks. My dad is coming up from western maine and her mom already lives up there. I plan to drink plenty of beer. It should be a lot of fun.

      Anyway, I'm outta here. Gonna pick up some groceries and start cooking dinner. Talk to yall later.

    • Book 1911 Chapter 45

      11 years ago

      Anastasius

      In the beginning was the 1911, and the 1911 was the pistol, and it was good. And behold the Lord said, thou shalt not muck with my disciple John’s design for it is good and it worketh. For John made the 1911, and lo all of his weapons, from the designs which I, the Lord, gave him upon the mountain.

      And shouldst thou muck with it and hang all manner of foul implements upon it, and profane its internal parts, thou shalt surely have malfunctions, and in the midst of battle thou shalt surely come to harm.

      And as the ages passed, men in their ignorance and arrogance didst forget the word of the Lord and began to profane the 1911. The tribe of the gamesman did place recoil spring guides and extended slide releases upon the 1911 and their metal smiths didst tighten the tolerances and alter parts to their liking, their clarity of mind being clouded by lust.

      The artisans did hang all manner of foul implements upon the 1911 and did so alter it that it became impractical to purchase. For lo the artisans did charge a great tax upon the purchasers of the 1911 so that the lowly field worker could not afford one. And the profaning of the internal parts didst render it unworkable when the dust of the land fell upon it. And lo, they did install adjustable sights, which are an abomination unto the Lord, for they doth break and lose their zero when thou dost need true aim. And those who have done so will be slain in great numbers by their enemies in the great battle.

      And it came to pass that the Lord didst see the abomination wrought by man and didst cause, as he had warned, fearful malfunction to come upon the abominations and upon the artisans who thought they could do no wrong.

      Seeing the malfunctions and the confusion of men the Lord of the underworld did see an opportunity to further ensnare man and didst bring forth pistols made of plastic, whose form was such that they looked and felt like a brick, yet the eyes of man being clouded, they were consumed by the plastic pistol and did buy vast quantities of them.

      And being a deceitful spirit the Devil did make these plastic pistols unamenable to the artisans of earth and they were unable to muck much with the design, and lo these pistols did function.

      And the evil one also brought forth pistols in which the trigger didst both cock and fire them and which require a “Dingus†to make them appear safe.

      But man being stupid did not understand these new pistols and did proceed to shoot themselves with the plastic pistol, and with the trigger cocking pistols for lo their manual of arms required great intelligence which man had long since forsaken.

      Yet man did not repent of his evil ways, but continued to gloat over these new pistols blaming Satan for the negligent discharges which they themselves had committed.

      And when man had been totally ensnared with the plastic pistol the Devil didst cause a plague of the terrible Ka-BOOM to descend upon man and the plastic pistols delivered their retribution upon men. And there was a great wailing and gnashing of teeth in the land.

      Then seeing that the eyes of man were slowly being opened and that man was truly sorrowful for his sinful misdeeds, the Lord did send his messengers in the form of artisans who did hear and obey the teachings of the prophet and who didst restore the profaned 1911’s to their proper configuration, and lo, to the amazement of men they didst begin to work as the prophet had intended.

      This is the word of the prophet. Amen.

    • Some stuff for work today

      11 years ago

      Anastasius
      No, I'm not the AV guy, stop asking me about projectors.

      Ma'am, we've gone over this three times in the past two weeks. Your email is fine, the encryption key is there. No, don't ask me to confirm it when I've done so twice already.

      No, I can't help you copy a VHS tape to DVD, you should ask the AV guy.

      Toner is for laser printers, not ink jets. Yes, your printer is an ink jet. Sure, I think OfficeMax will take that toner back.

      No ma'am, spraying water on sensitive electronics is not a good way to clean them.

      Again, I'm not the AV guy.

      I'm sorry sir, but this isn't a pharmacy. No, we don't have your corrective shoes.

      No ma'am, it doesn't matter where you get the printer if it's the same model at best buy or circuit city. They are the same. Yes, even the ink.

      Yes ma'am, you will have to get the ink specifically for your model of printer. They're not all interchangeable. Yes, I know these ones are three times as much, but thats what the printer needs. No, I can't modify it to take the cheaper ones.

      Sir, I told you yesterday that the laptops will be here in two weeks. No, please don't call back next week to check up on them.

      Sir? SIR!?! IT WOULD BE EASIER TO HEAR IF YOU TURNED OFF THE LAWN MOWER!!! WHAT?? YES, I KNOW YOU ARE HAVING TROUBLE HEARING ME.

      No, I can't fix the VCR, I'm not the AV guy.

      No, you can't put a desktop hard drive "in" your laptop. No, your brother in law's cousin's friend is wrong (laptop was a Dell Inspiron 600m).
    • frackin' NY Times

      11 years ago

      Anastasius

      www.drudgereport.com/flashnym.htm


      NYT REJECTS MCCAIN'S EDITORIAL; SHOULD 'MIRROR' OBAMA
      Mon Jul 21 2008 12:00:25 ET

      An editorial written by Republican presidential hopeful McCain has been rejected by the NEW YORK TIMES -- less than a week after the paper published an essay written by Obama, the DRUDGE REPORT has learned.

      The paper's decision to refuse McCain's direct rebuttal to Obama's 'My Plan for Iraq' has ignited explosive charges of media bias in top Republican circles.

      'It would be terrific to have an article from Senator McCain that mirrors Senator Obama's piece,' NYT Op-Ed editor David Shipley explained in an email late Friday to McCain's staff. 'I'm not going to be able to accept this piece as currently written.'

      MORE

      In McCain's submission to the TIMES, he writes of Obama: 'I am dismayed that he never talks about winning the warâ€'only of ending it... if we don't win the war, our enemies will. A triumph for the terrorists would be a disaster for us. That is something I will not allow to happen as president.'

      NYT's Shipley advised McCain to try again: 'I'd be pleased, though, to look at another draft.'

      [Shipley served in the Clinton Administration from 1995 until 1997 as Special Assistant to the President and Senior Presidential Speechwriter.]

      MORE

      A top McCain source claims the paper simply does not agree with the senator's Iraq policy, and wants him to change it, not "re-work the draft."

      McCain writes in the rejected essay: 'Progress has been due primarily to an increase in the number of troops and a change in their strategy. I was an early advocate of the surge at a time when it had few supporters in Washington. Senator Barack Obama was an equally vocal opponent. 'I am not persuaded that 20,000 additional troops in Iraq is going to solve the sectarian violence there,' he said on January 10, 2007. 'In fact, I think it will do the reverse.'

      MORE

      Shipley, who is on vacation this week, explained his decision not to run the editorial.

      'The Obama piece worked for me because it offered new information (it appeared before his speech); while Senator Obama discussed Senator McCain, he also went into detail about his own plans.'

      Shipley continues: 'It would be terrific to have an article from Senator McCain that mirrors Senator Obama's piece. To that end, the article would have to articulate, in concrete terms, how Senator McCain defines victory in Iraq.'

      Developing...


      yeah, no media bias there. When are they just going to come out and say it? "We want our readers to only read what we believe is pertinent, not everything. If they read everything, they might have an understanding of whats going on in this world of ours, as opposed to our safer, narrower view."

    • Fedor vs. Silvia

      11 years ago

      Anastasius

      This won't end well for Silvia, thats my guess. Fedor will eat Silvia's soul.

      ETA: LOL!!!! 36 seconds, rear naked choke. Go FEDOR!!!!

    • $125 later...

      11 years ago

      Anastasius

      I've got more knife stuff on the way. Couple more blades, pin stock, some stainless bar stock, some handle material, a diamond honing kit, and some leather. The knives look like they have a nice flat grind (though knowing my luck they're a hollow grind) and should look nice once I finish them.

      Anyway, I was going to go shooting tonight for the first time in a long time, but I realized that my hearing protection (at least my good stuff) was up at my dads. Doh! Sokay, I wanted to skip by wally world tomorrow anyhow for some ammo and targets, so it works out in my favor.

      I just finished watching I, Robot again. Love that movie. Now I'm going to go play a video game or continue to work on my knife handles, not sure which. Talk to you all later.

    • I hate sales

      11 years ago

      Anastasius

      We're selling laptops to our students at cost. I just got off the phone with a parent who wanted to know if we could sell her a Dell. She was looking at a price of $1000. For those of you who aren't big on hardware, you're looking at a $700 laptop with a 4 year warranty, maybe accidental damage coverage (when you live in a dorm, thats a must).

      Anyway, I gave my little spiel about how our machine (2.4 ghz dual core intel, 2 gigs of ram, nVidia quadro graphics, 100 gig hd, 4 year warranty with accidental damage coverage and service on site with spare laptops to do swaps) she still insisted on getting a dell or something else.

      I'll just be sure to laugh when it dies on 'em and they warranty is out/won't cover the problem.

    • Who does he think he is?

      11 years ago

      Anastasius

      www.townhall.com/columnists/CharlesKrauthammer/2008/07/18/who_does_he_think_he_is?page=1


      Who Does He Think He Is?
      Charles Krauthammer
      Friday, July 18, 2008

      WASHINGTON -- Barack Obama wants to speak at the Brandenburg Gate. He figures it would be a nice backdrop. The supporting cast -- a cheering audience and a few fainting frauleins -- would be a picturesque way to bolster his foreign policy credentials.

      What Obama does not seem to understand is that the Brandenburg Gate is something you earn. President Reagan earned the right to speak there because his relentless pressure had brought the Soviet empire to its knees and he was demanding its final "tear down this wall" liquidation. When President Kennedy visited the Brandenburg Gate on the day of his "Ich bin ein Berliner" speech, he was representing a country that was prepared to go to the brink of nuclear war to defend West Berlin.

      Who is Obama representing? And what exactly has he done in his lifetime to merit appropriating the Brandenburg Gate as a campaign prop? What was his role in the fight against communism, the liberation of Eastern Europe, the creation of what George Bush 41 -- who presided over the fall of the Berlin Wall but modestly declined to go there for a victory lap -- called "a Europe whole and free"?

      Does Obama not see the incongruity? It's as if a German pol took a campaign trip to America and demanded the Statue of Liberty as a venue for a campaign speech. (The Germans have now gently nudged Obama into looking at other venues.)

      Americans are beginning to notice Obama's elevated opinion of himself. There's nothing new about narcissism in politics. Every senator looks in the mirror and sees a president. Nonetheless, has there ever been a presidential nominee with a wider gap between his estimation of himself and the sum total of his lifetime achievements?

      Obama is a three-year senator without a single important legislative achievement to his name, a former Illinois state senator who voted "present" nearly 130 times. As president of the Harvard Law Review, as law professor and as legislator, has he ever produced a single notable piece of scholarship? Written a single memorable article? His most memorable work is a biography of his favorite subject: himself.

      It is a subject upon which he can dilate effortlessly. In his victory speech upon winning the nomination, Obama declared it a great turning point in history -- "generations from now we will be able to look back and tell our children that this was the moment" -- when, among other wonders, "the rise of the oceans began to slow." As economist Irwin Stelzer noted in his London Daily Telegraph column, "Moses made the waters recede, but he had help." Obama apparently works alone.

      Obama may think he's King Canute, but the good king ordered the tides to halt precisely to refute sycophantic aides who suggested that he had such power. Obama has no such modesty.

      After all, in the words of his own slogan, "we are the ones we've been waiting for," which, translating the royal "we," means: "I am the one we've been waiting for." Amazingly, he had a quasi-presidential seal with its own Latin inscription affixed to his podium, until general ridicule -- it was pointed out that he was not yet president -- induced him to take it down

      He lectures us that instead of worrying about immigrants learning English, "you need to make sure your child can speak Spanish" -- a language Obama does not speak. He further admonishes us on how "embarrassing" it is that Europeans are multilingual but "we go over to Europe, and all we can say is, 'merci beaucoup.'" Obama speaks no French.

      His fluent English does, however, feature many such admonitions, instructions and improvements. His wife assures us that President Obama will be a stern taskmaster: "Barack Obama will require you to work. He is going to demand that you shed your cynicism ... that you come out of your isolation. ... Barack will never allow you to go back to your lives as usual, uninvolved, uninformed."

      For the first few months of the campaign, the question about Obama was: Who is he? The question now is: Who does he think he is?

      We are getting to know. Redeemer of our uninvolved, uninformed lives. Lord of the seas. And more. As he said on victory night, his rise marks the moment when "our planet began to heal." As I recall -- I'm no expert on this -- Jesus practiced his healing just on the sick. Obama operates on a larger canvas.


      Personally, I think he's friggin idiot who's going to get whats left of this nation into a world of trouble, but what do I know? I'm just one of the unwashed masses that must be shown the light and led by the hand into Obamastan to be worked to death to support those who won't support themselves.

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    • tomii FIRST Member Star(s) Indication of membership status - One star is a FIRST member, two stars is Double Gold

      11 years ago

      Off & on. Today, I'm trying to fix some broken equipment.

      Got LN2 running all over the place, so it's staying pretty cool. Just don't slip & fall in the (literal) puddle of the stuff.

    • maverickgtr

      11 years ago

      I believe it was a 200 drop. But my memory is iffy sometimes... especially with numbers.

      Here's to hoping.

    • maverickgtr

      11 years ago

      Well, idk where your stocks are, but the Dow Jones Index finally closed on a gain today. I watch the stocks when I get back from my summer class while I'm doing my homework.

    • maverickgtr

      11 years ago

      That's what most people and analysts assume. They assume it's because record billion dollar profits just aren't enough.

      Lol ok I'm glad you got that because I don't know how else I would've explained it. No way I could've come up with that easy lil formula even though I've been staring at formulas all day...

    • maverickgtr

      11 years ago

      There's no reason for gas prices to be high even factoring in China and India's current demand. ExxonMobile's projected supply and demand curve for the next five years at a recent meeting projected that demand is increasing and will continue to increase steadily for the next five years. Their supply curve however, stays steady at it's current level. They're letting the basic laws of supply and demand to allow them to rake in a ton more money because the price will increase on the oil simply because demand is increasing and since their costs are staying the same [relatively speaking] their profits will continue to increase.

      It's shenanigans. However it's been projected that the "gas bubble" will burst soon [projected as soon as fall of this year] and prices will plummet simply because at the current price level, people are unwilling to buy as much and as they change habits and subsequently decrease their demand, the prices will fall. It happened in the housing sector a few years ago when they were in a similar position.

      Hahahaha that was very long and it probably made more since to me because my brain is fried from so much studying for my accounting exam tomorrow. But for some reason I like economics so you hit the "get Heather going in a long winded explanation that was probably unnecessary" button.

    • Flashbang_89

      11 years ago

      You prove to have a very good point. It makes very good sense, and will possibly happen. Although I dont know if we will be seeing said prices by next year. Maybe by 2010. Although if your theory prove correct, it would mean that we will be soon seeing the decline of prices. I imagine back to the $3 range.

    • QuarantineV1

      11 years ago

      They usually do have food in the house...its just weird this time

    • QuarantineV1

      11 years ago

      So, how've you been?

    • QuarantineV1

      11 years ago

      Those weren't my guns. My friend has a Remington 870 and a Smith & Wesson .45 ACP revolver ready for self-defense. He removed the firing pins on the guns because they could otherwise have been dangerous when he didn't have good cases for them

    • QuarantineV1

      11 years ago

      Actually, my default right now proves i've learned about safety....w/ a non-threatening plastic gun. It was actually loaded though.

    • QuarantineV1

      11 years ago

      Usually the booger hook thing is a very bad idea. Usually makes a good safe picture when the safety is on, firing pin is removed, magazine is empty, and chambers were cleared before they were put into storage...and alas, were taken out for picture day.
      I think every other pic I have taken since then w/ a gun had the proper finger-on-trigger guard placement, but I don't feel like putting them up because they are all crappy quality shots.

    • haloguru2552

      11 years ago

      Well I bet Halo 3 would look amazing. smiley8.gif

    • haloguru2552

      11 years ago

      Hmm...I wouldn't think that the parts for your Taurus would be hard to get. There were a lot of them made. The parts for my Ford F100 are soooo easy to get. I guess they're a pretty popular classic truck.

      The guy who got his ass beat and the guy who did the ass kicking are fired. I'm glad Ryan (the guy who got his ass kicked) is gone; he was quite the ass hat. Johnathan, the ass kicker....well, I'm kinda disconcerted that he's gone. We have less help around there now, and he was a good worker. Ryan was a good worker, but he gave everybody so much shit.

    • tomii FIRST Member Star(s) Indication of membership status - One star is a FIRST member, two stars is Double Gold

      11 years ago

      Populous

    • tomii FIRST Member Star(s) Indication of membership status - One star is a FIRST member, two stars is Double Gold

      11 years ago

      Yeah, I think so. Bring a date.

    • Flashbang_89

      11 years ago

      I thought about picking up all three soundtracks. What do you think? Other then it being Halo, do you think its worth it?

    • Col_Kilgore

      11 years ago

      Not much brosef. I come back to RvB, and my journal is negged. I see many people haven't grown up. I now know why I left.

      We bought a Remington 12 guage. It's Purrdy :)


    • armeav8r

      11 years ago

      just like the socialists, I fear the only thing they've done is fucked us all up. smiley7.gif

    • Flashbang_89

      11 years ago

      Yeah living on you own does get spendy and quick. It wont to much different then the way I am living now. I live with my dad and we pretty much live on our own, but with split bill, which is kinda handy. Hopefully my job will be able to cover my cost of living, but a check once a month is a pain, learning to budget will be a good one as well.

    • tomii FIRST Member Star(s) Indication of membership status - One star is a FIRST member, two stars is Double Gold

      11 years ago

      Careers Page

    • haloguru2552

      11 years ago

      Thankfully on a vehicle of that vintage, it should be easy to work on the motor. Parts are gonna be pricey, but I guess it's a trade off.


      It is pretty simple. It's basically- engine block, carburetor, battery, tranny, exhaust, drive shaft, differential. No extraneous computer or electric bullshit (save the lights, radio, etc) to gum up the works. Simple truck, for a simple mechanic. The parts actually, are not that badly priced. I got the carburetor dirt cheap, because I bought it from my friend. He sold it to me for 20 dollars (original 1963 Ford manufactured), rebuild kit was 12 dollars, and the kit to convert the choke from automatic to manual was 12 dollars. So I got a carburetor for $44. Not a bad deal.

    • haloguru2552

      11 years ago

      Oh that truck is a beast. I'm gonna put some flowmasters on her. Then she'll sound even louder.

      The truck already has dual exhaust too....

      And the bolt face sticker. I agree. Truck needs more bolt face sticker.

    • haloguru2552

      11 years ago

      Yeah, it's just a racket to fuck you out of your money. Anyway, I got the Mercury back. Nothing was stolen.

      And I got my truck running! Details in my soon to come journal.

    • RBuffordTJ

      11 years ago

      Thanks bro.

    • RBuffordTJ

      11 years ago

      I would really like one of those. The little woman has been pretty depressed lately about Garion. Keep us in your prayers.

    • MarineTech

      11 years ago

      Wouldn't mind having an Arsenal, but a grand is a bit more than I'm willing to pay for an AK. I can get the Vector for about $575.

    • MarineTech

      11 years ago

      Nope. It was the show in Houlton.

    • QuarantineV1

      11 years ago

      wassup man? Haven't talked to you in awhile. How've things been for ya?
      Also, get any new toys for the collection lately?

    • RBuffordTJ

      11 years ago

      In reply to Anastasius, #23:

      If you ever get up to Maine I'll buy ya a steak.


      Your on!

    • haloguru2552

      11 years ago

      Actually, it wasn't a find at all. It's been my father's since before I was born. He drove it up until 5 years ago when the tranny tanked, and he subsequently parked it and bought his Dodge Ram 1500.

      He wasn't going to do anything with it, so I mentioned that I was planning on getting it running over the summer. I asked him if I could have it if I got it running and he was fine with that.

      Post edited 3/26/08 5:35PM

    • Havoc1

      11 years ago

      We're gonna see how the Greek stuff is, because that's what I got from CMP.

    • haloguru2552

      11 years ago

      Wait wait wait...your town has a fucking curfew for minors? What kind of fascist bullcookies is that? Holy shit, I used to hang around my home town at 2 am and the most I got from the cops was "Well, just don't get into too much trouble, ok?". Fuckers.


      I know. Tell me about it.

    • PantyRaid

      11 years ago

      I have a .357 revolver, but I want to get a Colt .45 1911, and one of new Glock 9mm, they have a mag. capacity of 33... I mean DAMN!!!

    • tomii FIRST Member Star(s) Indication of membership status - One star is a FIRST member, two stars is Double Gold

      11 years ago

      Bah, give 'em whiskey, that'll take care of the crying problem.


      Can't do that on the road.

      smiley4.gif

    • MurryBob

      11 years ago

      is it?......tell you the truth i snitched them form my dad. He would know.

    • tomii FIRST Member Star(s) Indication of membership status - One star is a FIRST member, two stars is Double Gold

      11 years ago

      Hey, got a question for ya: you ever eaten scrapple?


      Yeah, why?


      Mostly curiosity.


      OK, I'll bite. Why?


      I was reading ARFcom and someone posted a dinner/breakfast pic which involved scrapple. My wife said "wtf is that shit?" So I informed her that it was a sausage like substance from Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware, and Maryland. She replied "Who the frig would eat that?" So I thought 'hey, lets ask tomii'. She still thinks it's weird.


      It's a Southern thing. You can find it everywhere down there... I tried it once. I can eat it if there's nothing else available, but I don't like it much...

    • tomii FIRST Member Star(s) Indication of membership status - One star is a FIRST member, two stars is Double Gold

      11 years ago

      Hey, got a question for ya: you ever eaten scrapple?

      Yeah, why?

      Mostly curiosity.


      OK, I'll bite. Why?

    • haloguru2552

      11 years ago

      Oh, I have no illusions about Ron Paul's chance in the upcoming. He doesn't have a snow ball's chance in hell.

      But yes, the sheeple will vote for who they recognize. Ron Paul barely gets an media time because the media doesn't want the sheeple to know about him.

    • tomii FIRST Member Star(s) Indication of membership status - One star is a FIRST member, two stars is Double Gold

      11 years ago

      Hey, got a question for ya: you ever eaten scrapple?


      Yeah, why?

    • haloguru2552

      11 years ago

      I haven't read much on the candidates, because I can't vote yet.

      But from what I've heard, I like Ron Paul the best. Voting records matter a lot to me, and Ron Paul's is stellar.

    • haloguru2552

      11 years ago

      You're probably right. They hate each other too much.

      Who are you voting for?

    • armeav8r

      11 years ago

      Thanks man. I'll check it out when I get home. Youtube is blocked at work.

    • haloguru2552

      11 years ago

      Same here, but I've been failing in that regard.

    • tomii FIRST Member Star(s) Indication of membership status - One star is a FIRST member, two stars is Double Gold

      11 years ago

      Yeah, but the last time you signed in was what? 2 months ago?

    • JeffSon

      11 years ago

      I think I just fell in love with that XCR. It pretty much has everything I'm looking for: caliber, gas piston, upgradability/accessorizing, chrome-lined barrel (I do throw a lot of lead), standardized operating levers, etc.

      The FS2000 would be a nice rifle, I think, but you're right - there are just too many questions about it that I can't seem to find decent answers for. Granted, my research on it is limited, but you'd think there'd be some tech review on it somewhere.

      Thanks for that XCR page. That definitely put a smile on my face...bigsmile.png

    • armeav8r

      11 years ago

      Come back Scrag!

    • Col_Kilgore

      11 years ago

      So....you collect your Man-Grapes yet?

    • RBuffordTJ

      11 years ago

      Yep, I'll add your 25 mods to the pot. Thanks bro!

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