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LawMan Mark, SASS #57095L

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  1. Spraying ether into a throttle body on the wife's camaro a few years ago confirmed that the in the tank fuel pump had went out.  The car would start and run for a few seconds, indicating it was a fuel delivery issue that kept it from running.  $400 later, the issue was resolved.  $75 for the fuel pump, $325 to drop the fuel tank and replace it.

  2. 55 minutes ago, Alpo said:

    I believe in starting them young. I started my daughter when she was 11.

     

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    The oldest girl - this was her fifth birthday.

     

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    And the younger girl - the blonde - in that picture with the pistol and her daddy she's four.

    Both of mine started around 6 years old.  The daughter quit being interested when she discovered boys.  The son quit when he got a drivers license.  Neither one has shown any interest since.  I do have a couple of grandsons who may be interested.  But they both live 2500 miles away.

     

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  3. 6 hours ago, Alpo said:

    I had one of them. Bought it to fund my retirement. Bought it, put it in the safe, leave it alone. Unfired new in box it will be worth a fortune.

     

    Several years after I bought it I checked the going price. It was worth $5 more than what I had paid for it.

     

    So I gave it to my daughter. I get more fun out of this

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    than I ever did out of having it in the safe.

    That's awesome!  If one of my kids or grandkids showed any desire in shooting, i'd unbox mine.

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  4. I have a 1953 Colt Police Positive that is new in box, unfired.  I've had it about 25 years.  I have a Ruger 50th Anniversary 22 pistol new in box, unfired.  

     

    I have multiple copies of similar guns to both of them.  

     

    Other than that, a lot of my guns are in danger of being traded if they don't get shot in 12 months or so.

     

    Very few of them ever reach that status.

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  5. I have two 1911s with adjustable sights.  A Colt Gold Cup and a Springfield Armory Loaded.  After taking them out of the box, and setting them where I wanted the rounds to hit, I have never adjusted the sights again.  I've had the Gold Cup over 25 years, and the Springfield about 12 or so.  I have about 17 other 1911s that are pretty much stock, with a couple of exceptions.  I have replaced front sights on several with fiber optics.  Most notably, a Springfield EMP.  Dang thing always shot low, so I measured the front sight and found out it was way too high.  Ordered a Dawson Precision that was the appropriate height, and it's been an awesome shooter ever since.

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  6. The three big names are Wilson Combat, Tripp Research and Chip McCormick.  For Wild Bunch, they need to be the flat bottomed mags, without the bumper pad (except a leather one that can't exceed 1/4" in thickness).  I've found that the Wilson 7 round flat bottom mags work great.  https://wilsoncombat.com/magazine-1911-45-acp-full-size-7-round-920-series-black-oxide-finish.html  

     

    They're in stock, and under $17 each.  

     

     

  7. 6 hours ago, Alpo said:

    Man alive. How long do you let that set before it's safe to eat?

     

    Four and a half cups of sugar. Four and a half cups of Karo syrup. 13 ounces of chocolate chips. 1 hour at 350°. My lord, that ought to be lava. And it's got that pecan crust on top of it to hold the heat in.

     

    Your tongue did not burn off?

    It sat for a little over an hour before we ate it.  I was fixing a chicken pot pie that had to be cooked at a higher temp than the cobbler, so I finished the cobbler first.

     

    The recipe I copied was 2 1/2 cups of brown sugar and 2 1/2 cups of lite corn syrup.  I actually cut that back to 2 cups of each, and on the next making, will cut it back again to 1 1/2 each.  That based on the capability of my skillet.

     

    The scoop of 'niller ice cream made sure no tongues were burnt in the consuming of said cobbler.

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  8. Tried a new recipe Sunday.  Chocolate Pecan Cobbler.  Got it from a Youtube channel called "Meat Church".  

     

    It was awesomely good hot with Blue Bell home made vanilla ice cream, but even better cold the next morning.  

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