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LawMan Mark, SASS #57095L

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About LawMan Mark, SASS #57095L

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    57095 LIFE
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    North Alabama Regulators, Graduate (survivor) of Sawyer's Night Shooting School

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    North Alabama
  • Interests
    Shooting, Gun Collecting, Cowboy Action Shooting

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  1. I've got a couple. Below is a picture of the one i get the most use out of...it's made for Glocks, but will work on other guns as well.
  2. December 7, 1941, on a calm Sunday morning, our Nation was attacked without warning or provocation. The bombs that fell on the island of Oahu took almost 2,400 American lives, damaged our Pacific Fleet, challenged our resilience, and tested our resolve. On National Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day, we honor the men and women who selflessly sacrificed for our country, and we show our enduring gratitude to all who fought to defend freedom against the forces of tyranny and oppression in the Second World War.Today, with solemn pride and reverence, let us remember those who fought and died at Pearl Harbor, acknowledge everyone who carried their legacy forward, and reaffirm our commitment to upholding the ideals for which they served.
  3. I get on author binges occasionally. Usually, I read what catches my eye. And, yes. I try to read books in a series in some order.
  4. A friend's wife refused to pump her own gas. She had to drive across town to the only station in the area with full service gas. There, she paid an additional 50 cents a gallon for full service gas. After a year of her paying 10 to 15 dollars a fillup more, he learned to make sure her car always had gas in it.
  5. I'll have to say that the Mexican food I had in Mesa, AZ a couple of years ago was awesome.
  6. Safeties on semi autos are more than just decocking switches. There are numerous documented cases of individuals being disarmed, and the gun snatcher not being able to make the gun function due to a safety being properly used.
  7. I work part time at a gun store. For an additional $50 over the purchase price, we'll supply you with a certificate congratulating you for winning the drawing for the absolutely free gun you just purchased from us. You may give this to SWMBO when you arrive home with your new firearm.
  8. This right here has the ability with a .30-caliber clip to disperse with 30 bullets within half a second. Thirty, magazine, clip, in half a second,”
  9. The best comparison I've seen to carrying a semi-automatic handgun with an empty chamber is waiting until you are involved in a car accident before putting a seat belt on.
  10. I don't currently carry a glock (I'm a 1911 guy), but when I did, there was a round in the chamber and my holster completely covered the trigger guard. The author of that book ain't a gun guy.
  11. Went with a hybrid heat pump model. In less than five years, it will pay for itself in anticipated electric savings. https://www.homedepot.com/p/Rheem-Performance-Platinum-50-gal-10-Year-Hybrid-High-Efficiency-Smart-Tank-Electric-Water-Heater-XE50T10HD50U1/303419574?MERCH=REC-_-rv_thankyou_rr-_-NA-_-303419574-_-N
  12. I had already told him I would supply the water heater. So he's not making anything off selling me one. The cheapest one is the simplest to install. From online videos, the hybrid is more labor and part intensive.
  13. Bought our house in 2012. Current water heater was made in 2008. This last weekend, I saw a trickle of water at the bottom of the unit. Pulled a side cover and the internal insulation is saturated. Which most often means a crack in the tank. So, for three days I've been comparing new units. My usual go to plumber recommends the cheapest one available (50 gallon, short height...$359 plus an expansion tank and tax). I like the looks of the next level up, which has higher wattage elements, and is more efficient to the tune of almost a hundred dollars per year ($619 plus an expansion tank and tax). But the hybrid models with a heat pump are really efficient in our climate. They estimate a savings of $300 per year on the electric bill, which means in 4 years, the savings would pay for the unit. The only issue is the hybrid model won't fit where the current one is, which would require a little remodeling in the basement. Anybody had experience with the hybrid water heaters?
  14. I did. My great grandmother's name on my mother's side of the family was Delilah. She went by the contraction "Lila". She named my grandmother "Elsie Lila". And I named my daughter "Lila". Similarly, my son is named "Robert" after two uncles, one on my mother's side and one on my dad's.
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