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Kulshan 20262

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About Kulshan 20262

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  • Birthday 01/25/1944

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    Molalla River Rangers, Oregon Old West Shooting Society

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    Salem OR
  • Interests
    Shooting, Gun tinker, ex Machinist, Ocupation: Retired Truck Driver

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  1. Floyd Cramer, along with Chet Atkins and Boots Randolph!
  2. On my box I used a brass hasp and an old timey padlock.
  3. I had a Comcast person tell me you have to push zero four times to get an operator.
  4. Bob, I had one like you show, it worked well and was comfortable until it started leaking after some years of use.
  5. What do you mean? Is there a carbide chain? Chainsaws do not have blades, they have a guide bar.
  6. I have replaced some of these screws in Winchester 97s. They can break also. They will have about one thread on the end of the smooth part. It can be tricky to get them out.
  7. Yes, that's where they hid it. Our Belt Mt pins are a different style but the screw takes a 1/16 allen wrench.
  8. To remove it from the gun, back out the set screw if it was turned in, then remove like any other base pin.
  9. Thanks everyone for the congratulations. We will take it a day at a time.
  10. Diamond Joy and I said "I do". It hasn't been perfect, but it's been Great!
  11. The White,s packers have been good for me and my high arches. I got the round toe version, the only difference is the looks and the round toes work better for kneeling as in some other things I need to do, I wear the packers for other work. These boots are heavy, but what Garrison Joe said is the way they work for me.
  12. Next time watch what you are doing, not the TV.
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