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  1. Dukes chowder house gets my vote. Anthony’s chains work too as both on the water usually at good scenery.
  2. The reference was for CAC card as mentioned above and 2003 was probably close to when they came out. Military ID was what referred to, and it would also have your Geneva Convention category on the card....which would define if could be subjected to manual labor or other treatment.
  3. Something to keep in mind on military discount. Lowe’s gives it on anything in the store including Weber or John Deere products. Those same products and others are excluded at Home Depot. Lowe’s also picked up the craftsman brand and has all their stuff. I ordered 1200 sq feet of tile in January at Lowe’s....needed 400 more and price had dropped .40 per tile. Lowe’s gave me the difference back on what I had already bought 3 months ago and gave me free delivery on the new order. I used to work at Menards way back in the day in Iowa. Even back then they paid well, 2 bucks an hour more on weekends to a high schooler is a big deal. Enjoyed my time there, fun people to work with but none where I am at now.
  4. If you do cabelas and wait for the free ship and bonus point days the Oregon trail laser cast 405s are good.
  5. I was in Ellensburg yesterday. Sad day of funeral for deputy Ryan Thompson. Tons of law enforcement there to show support.
  6. Just buy a Tikka and save a lot of time best bang for the buck, and under moa guarantee.
  7. Yep find a card that rewards the way you want...and fire away. Much safer to use credit than debit as people can’t wipe your account. Alaska airlines is the latest one I got since I started flying them all the time.
  8. I’m up here on the peninsula side 13 miles as the crow flies to Seattle. It’s funny how much 2 inches of snow impacted things last Monday...and now 8” plus 1-3 coming each day this week....I don’t expect to go out. We live in a quiet area of acreages, but snow shovels are unheard of so I am a popular guy.... Making a trip to grocery store today....if it was like last week I’ll need armor and weapons to get through the store...
  9. Sorry for your losses. Set emotion aside and get your own attorney...IF you are prepared to go down that road with your sister. Sounds like nothing to lose with that relationship though...trying to play nice will only cost you financially and drag this out longer.
  10. Straight walled vs tapered....lots of difference in case prep. If I was only ever going to do pistol ammo, or never planned to process rifle brass...a progressive is good. If you have to deprive, lube, size, trim, clean off lube etc on used tapered rounds that gets to be a bit of a process in itself and to me lends toward batches...plus I measure every rifle round charge except 223. I stopped reloading 223 lately as it’s cheap enough to buy in bulk and no carpal tunnel on case prep.
  11. I would look hard at the frank ford wet brass cleaning method....reduces lead dust concerns greatly and comes out a lot cleaner. Some folks here told me about it and 10 times better than dry media plus safer.
  12. So I’m here in California today....and people here tell me the California police monitor the sporting goods stores near the border out of state, record those plates, and send to check points for when they re-enter. Wow... so so if your going to get ammo...maybe park at the craft store and Uber...
  13. All this talk and other threads talking about new ammmo laws....plus reading all the new bills introduced in Washington state scares me. When I look how the vote harvesting (thanks Hardpan) worked in California I expect them to emulate in other states. i just placed the largest single ammo order I ever have even though I reload. It’s only a matter of time where I live before per bullet taxes or no buying online starts. I am sure components will start getting hit after a couple years.
  14. If you shoot say a 22 from inside your house, depending on size you may not even hear it outside. So if you can open some patio doors for kill zones and shoot from inside no one may ever know.
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