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Badlands Beady

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About Badlands Beady

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  • Birthday 03/25/1950

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    Verdant Mountain Vigilantes, Wolverine Rangers

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    42:75N, 84:59W
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    History: American, Roman, the American West, some Ancient. Model trains, meteorites, and other stuff.

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    Get Off My Lawn!!!

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  1. Track-equipped atv? Bah! *This* is more my style:
  2. In summer, when there are normally fewer opportunities to conceal, I often use a linen body harness from an outfit called Deep Conceal. The harness fits next to the skin; the "holster" is a linen envelope that can velcro to various places to the harness, and extra clips can ride in their own velcro envelope. The holsters have a velcro quick-release tab to retain the weapon. Another option is a belt pouch, and there are several options. I prefer the harness to any of the belt pouches I've tried. Access isn't as fast, but it's there, it's concealed and it's comfortable.
  3. For those using MS Office, there's a clone by Mobisoft called Office Suite Pro, that costs 1/3 what Office costs. It's so close a clone that I have no idea why the haven't been sued for copyright infringement. It is completely compatible with Office.
  4. I use the online program from Blue Book of Gun Values. It saves to the BB cloud; you can also save it as a pdf or print it out. You get access to it by subscribing to one of the BB products, which gives you access to a great research tool. It does everything you say you want, plus it automatically updates the current value of each piece. I expect I'll get pushback from those who don't like putting information online. It's my choice; to my mind, the convenience, flexibility and utility far, far outweigh any risk. Make up your own mind.
  5. Actually, the Loyalists were the conservatives. Washington and the others were, um, whatever the opposite of conservative might be.
  6. The classic historical novel about Loyalists in the Revolution is Kenneth Roberts' "Oliver Wiswell."
  7. I don't know as that's much of a problem in that particular area.
  8. We're not judging you. Laughing, but not judging
  9. "Going forward," they'll be made and sold by someone else.
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