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  1. My son got me this beauty at the Gibson store in Nashville. It’s not a Gibson but she plays real nice. It’s an Epiphone Casino
    12 points
  2. The light in our older LG refrigerator works very rarely. I’ve changed bulbs and replaced the switches in the hinges to no avail. We’ve had 2 different repair outfits out and they want anywhere from $800.00 to $1,100.00 upfront to order a board that they say might or might not solve the problem, no guarantees. So I found these motion sensing LED lights on Amazon and for about $60.00 I fixed the problem. The lights are rechargeable and the charge lasts quite awhile and Mrs. Lose is very pleased. My stepson and his wife have been complaining about the same problem and they took my advice and did the same thing.
    9 points
  3. Weeellll, Otto’s guesses are based on other things you have typed.
    8 points
  4. I don't know. Did Marlin Pickens ever work for Mutual of Omaha?
    8 points
  5. We have shipped with UPS, USPS and FedEx over the last 25 years. I've determined it completely depends on the local distribution center or individual driver at your location. For now, we have less overall trouble with FedEx here. But that doesn't mean it's best in your area. When we ship, we have no idea what's good at your location. All I know, is they can all be bad, good or great. In a lot of cases, individual responsibility isn't something people take seriously these days. Some individuals just don't give a rip....
    7 points
  6. ... but when I was a kid, rainbows were in black and white.
    6 points
  7. A dwarf girl that makes gun videos. I like the way she shot the 1911. Two-handed grip, but the left hand is below the right hand still holding on to the pistol grip of the gun. And she pulls the trigger with her bird finger not her index finger.
    6 points
  8. Dred, This is the area I emailed you about on the gate. Take about .02 from the bottom of the gate in between the arrows. Think this will solve your loading problem. Since the rifle is 15+ years old, it's possible it could be something else but this is the best place to start and it won't hurt a thing.
    6 points
  9. DO NOT DO IT!!!! Seating the bullet deeper will raise chamber pressures to dangerous levels. Doesn't matter if the load is compressed or not. Buy different ammo that will cycle in your gun.
    5 points
  10. 5 points
  11. When I first saw it I did not realize that was shadow cast by the holes in the table top. I thought he was actually wearing fishnet stockings. I was thinking that whether or not he gets a sunburn, he still has some explaining to do.
    5 points
  12. My name is Crassus, Procerus Senex Crassus.
    5 points
  13. 5 points
  14. Why does the line "Someone's gonna have to go back and get a ****load of dimes." come to mind. Did Slim Pickens ever play Moses?
    5 points
  15. I'm currently on another board and they're having a girls and guns thread. And they showed this video. These ladies impressed me. Most girls - I'm old, so I can call 90% of the females in this country girls and be correct - when holding a gun, bend backwards. I believe this is because most girls, but by no means all, have less upper body strength than most guys. So when they start out shooting, they lift up the gun as far as they can with their arms, and then bend backwards, using their back muscles to lift it up the last little bit needed to see the sights. And they do this when they first start to learn to shoot, and nobody corrects them, so even after they've been shooting for years many of them still do it. And that was the first thing I noticed about these ladies. They were not bending backwards. They were doing it right.
    4 points
  16. INVESTIGATION Emma Cooper's smile was quick, bright, genuine as she greeted the Sheriff, as she took his hands, as she declared her delight in the achievements of his son Jacob, who'd only just started going to their little one-room school: she happily recounted the precision of his work, his unwavering attention, how he'd quietly, unobtrusively, helped two other students puzzle out the arcane mystery of sums and subtractions, how he was helping two others memorize multiplication tables and the names of the Presidents. "He is a quiet student, Sheriff," she said in a motherly voice, patting his hand as she did: he recognized her gesture as an unconscious reflection of her naturally maternal nature, otherwise he would never have allowed another man's wife to behave in such a way -- especially in public. As Emma Cooper was expressing her delight, Jacob was busy driving his fists in a quick one-two-three into another student's guts: he spun, kicked a second attacker's knee from behind, faded away from a punch and let it sail past his left ear before he grabbed a double handful of galluses and vest and threw the third tormentor over his extended leg. He stomped a belly, grabbed the collar of one who decided he'd had enough, seized th seat of said soul's paints, hauled him off the ground and drove him down atop his fellows. "Just lay there," Jacob said quietly. They didn't. As each got up, Jacob put them down, hard: there would be cracked ribs and bruised muscles in the morning: when they stopped trying to get up, Jacob addressed them in a quiet voice. "You three," he said evenly, "started pickin' on me from the minute I walked into that schoolhouse. I want to know why." A rustle of skirts behind him, he never turned around. "Hello, Sarah." Sarah Lynne McKenna was two fingers shy of Jacob's height, and the same age, or near to it: she leaned casually against Jacob, as if leaning against a tree or a fencepost, with her arms crossed and one foot crossed daintily over the other. "What'cha doin', little brother?" Jacob looked at her. "I'm investigating, little sister!" Sarah drew back, lifted a fist, waved it threateningly. "Who are you calling little, little brother?" Jacob looked at the three, rolled up on their sides, curled up some, trying hard not to groan: he hooked a thumb toward Sarah and said, "See what I have to put up with? My Pa's the Sheriff and she beats up on me every whipstitch, I can't get by with nothin'! Now how about it? How come you three pick on me every chance you get?" Sullen expressions; they looked away, came painfully upright, looked at one another. "Tell you what," Jacob said. "My Pa will give any man one chance. You've had yours. Give me any more grief and I'll drive you through the floor of that schoolhouse like a fencepost." "I prefer a frying pan," Sarah offered, "but Jacob just uses his fists." She gave them a wide-eyed, innocent expression as she added, "He's done it before!" Jacob looked at the three, turned, walked away: Sarah took his arm, minced along beside him until they were well out of earshot. "You were investigating?" she asked. Jacob looked sourly at her, nodded. "Did you find the answer to your question?" "No." "I know why." Jacob stopped. Sarah turned and looked very directly at her pale eyed half brother. "It's because you're quiet," she said. "They don't know what to make of you." "So they broke my slate, stole my chalk, tripped me and slapped me across the back when Miz Emma wasn't looking." "They don't know how else to make you react." Jacob turned, looked back, looked back at Sarah. "They know now."
    4 points
  17. The SHARK theme from JAWS you betcha
    4 points
  18. 4 points
  19. Not if you can’t get materials, labor problems, health problems and/or more orders then projected. Unplanned things happen in life.
    4 points
  20. Now there I was just minding my own business when BAM, my good name is besmirched. I occasionally shoot GF when I want a change of pace....started out cocking both and eventually dry fired my way into retraining what little bit of brain I have left into building muscle memory to alternate cock the pistols. Just so ya know...I am undefeated and world's champion in my basement dry firing competitions. Kajun
    4 points
  21. When I was a kid rainbows only had one stripe..
    3 points
  22. Mine would be this………….
    3 points
  23. Trust me honey once the decking is on nobody's notice. And that roofing company wanted to charge 50k hah!
    3 points
  24. My Epiphone 12-string has a beautiful tone......
    3 points
  25. "It's like this, I was standing in line for an afternoon showing of The Rocky Horror Picture Show..."
    3 points
  26. If @Widder, SASS #59054 was wrong about double cocking…he’s known to be wrong about other things too! Kajun
    3 points
  27. It's probably a good habit not to listen to advice from anyone named @Widder, SASS #59054, @Tennessee williams or @Krazy Kajun... or anyone with KFC in their alias...
    3 points
  28. My little girl.
    3 points
  29. I know this rig and the owner pretty well!! I have traveled and worked out of the trailer many times and the owner is a great supporter of SASS, cowboy action, and other shooting sports as well. He, and his dad before him, have sponsored many matches, donated thousands of dollars worth of goods, and helped many a cowboy get started in SASS. There have been many times that they have been main match sponsor for large annual matches. The trailer is solid and dependable, and I have spent many a weekend in it!
    3 points
  30. I've got 2 pair, both .44 magnum. One pr was 7 1/2", but I had Johnny Meadows cut them down to 5 1/2" to match the others. They were all slicked up at Classic Single Action, Joe Perkins. They all have SBH hammers. Grips are by Joe Perkins, 1 pr walnut burl and the other is Iowa walnut that came from my FILs farm. I started shooting .44 special and now use .44 Russian with a heaping 1 cc of APP 2F. BS
    3 points
  31. It's not supposed to feel right. It's supposed to hurt just a little and cause a weird tingling sensation. Also, if you use enough Goex, it should make you wet your pants just a little bit every time you pull the trigger.
    3 points
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