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Gone To The Range 500
Gene363 Offline
#351 Posted:
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corey sellers wrote:
Thanks Fella's

Propane with #6 tip will cut it up. Some of them was an absolute joy to cut up.


A number 6 tip is for some serious cutting. Applause Applause Applause
corey sellers Offline
#352 Posted:
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This was some serious cutting 6" to 18". Cutting big diecast machines up. 400 ton all the way up to 1200 ton machines.
MACS Offline
#353 Posted:
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Scrapping the metal for cash?

I mean the business owners, not you. Anxious
Ram27 Offline
#354 Posted:
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Paging Mr.Jones. Think
corey sellers Offline
#355 Posted:
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Yes , I dumped over 200,000lbs myself before we started cutting machines. Well over 750,000lbs of scrap I would be curious to know a final count .
HockeyDad Offline
#356 Posted:
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That’s gonna make a lot of Toyotas.
DrafterX Offline
#357 Posted:
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Or AR-15s... Mellow
Sunoverbeach Offline
#358 Posted:
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Good luck with the next phase, Corey
deadeyedick Offline
#359 Posted:
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Best of luck Corey. No golden parachute?
corey sellers Offline
#360 Posted:
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Yeah , 25,000 got about half uncle dumbass got the other. Thats why I am taking a month off and doing what I want . Be surf fishing all weekend leaving in the morning. Thanks again fella's just don't know what the future brings. Is there anything like the perfect job ?
corey sellers Offline
#361 Posted:
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Yeah , Frankie can tell me about it. His movie days are something to hold to. More especially if a tornadoe pops up. Haha
Sunoverbeach Offline
#362 Posted:
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They say do what you love, but I haven't found anyone willing to pay for me to smoke and drink yet
MACS Offline
#363 Posted:
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Yeah and porn has its own pitfalls.
MACS Offline
#364 Posted:
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Don’t hear those guys crying about equal fkn pay, do ya?! Huh? Huh?
corey sellers Offline
#365 Posted:
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I wouldn't either with this short thing. Surely they all complained about having to go after Frankie.
corey sellers Offline
#366 Posted:
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Dam did I kill the 500
corey sellers Offline
#367 Posted:
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I expected suck it up and get a job you b i t ch. Are we getting soft around here . I know Frankie ain't. Just sayin....
dkeage Offline
#368 Posted:
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corey sellers wrote:
I expected suck it up and get a job you b i t ch. Are we getting soft around here . I know Frankie ain't. Just sayin....



Deadbeat...
8trackdisco Offline
#369 Posted:
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corey sellers wrote:
I expected suck it up and get a job you b i t ch. Are we getting soft around here . I know Frankie ain't. Just sayin....


Get off your dead azz.

Posting from the couch.
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#370 Posted:
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corey sellers wrote:
I expected suck it up and get a job you b i t ch. Are we getting soft around here . I know Frankie ain't. Just sayin....


I thought we was tryin' to get nicer things? Think
frankj1 Online
#371 Posted:
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good news Corey...it ain't the meat it's the motion
8trackdisco Offline
#372 Posted:
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frankj1 wrote:
good news Corey...it ain't the meat it's the motion


Bait fish?
BuckyB93 Offline
#373 Posted:
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Took the kids shooting this afternoon at my brother's friend's farm. Was a nice day weather wise. First time my kids held a firearm other than a pellet gun. We went through all the safety stuff again prior to shooting. At first they were a bit nervous but after a few turns they settled in and were on target for the most of the rounds. Shot a few handguns and killed off couple old Kindle readers.

I think their favorite one to shoot was a 22 lever action. My daughter was like a Annie Oakley ringing the steel targets on almost every shot (it was at short range though). She's right handed but turns out she's left eye, Kinda odd, but she took to it easily and naturally.

They both did pretty well considering their first time out of the gate.

I'd love to move back WI, this is where I belong but wheels up at 5:30 PM tomorrow to go back to MA (sigh).
Sunoverbeach Offline
#374 Posted:
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Safe travels, Bucky.

Morning, peoples.
MACS Offline
#375 Posted:
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Mornin' peoples... safe travels Bucky.

Happy Friday and stuff... Mellow

(Drafter is slacking, needed to fill in a bit)
8trackdisco Offline
#376 Posted:
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Late start here. 60 degrees, dog confused.

Best take to stepping’.
deadeyedick Offline
#377 Posted:
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Groaning….. coffee please
deadeyedick Offline
#378 Posted:
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Yesterday: Early hike then t-storm followed by a cigar on the porch then t-storm followed by yard work then t-storm etc. A nice 64/74 today with more of the same.
Gene363 Offline
#379 Posted:
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corey sellers wrote:
I expected suck it up and get a job you b i t ch. Are we getting soft around here . I know Frankie ain't. Just sayin....



Been there, as with all construction jobs, we were constantly working ourselves out of a job, and to make it worse, anti-nuclear crazies were always trying to kill the nuclear power plant construction industry
Gene363 Offline
#380 Posted:
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BuckyB93 wrote:
Took the kids shooting this afternoon at my brother's friend's farm. Was a nice day weather wise. First time my kids held a firearm other than a pellet gun. We went through all the safety stuff again prior to shooting. At first they were a bit nervous but after a few turns they settled in and were on target for the most of the rounds. Shot a few handguns and killed off couple old Kindle readers.

I think their favorite one to shoot was a 22 lever action. My daughter was like a Annie Oakley ringing the steel targets on almost every shot (it was at short range though). She's right handed but turns out she's left eye, Kinda odd, but she took to it easily and naturally.

They both did pretty well considering their first time out of the gate.

I'd love to move back WI, this is where I belong but wheels up at 5:30 PM tomorrow to go back to MA (sigh).


It's ironic how many couples come to the range to introduce "her" to shooting and the women end up being better shots. My wife is also right-handed and left-eyed. She is a great shot with a pistol and is now working on rifle shooting with her left eye covered.

Sounds like a great sendoff, safe travels.

Gene363 Offline
#381 Posted:
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Good Friday Morning! It's 78° on the way to 97° today. I hope we have more of this clear weather for tomorrow's match.

Today I'm going to prepare my blunderbuss to shoot. It's a copy of an English flintlock blunderbuss from Veteran Arms. It took more than a year to get here between their orders, COVID and getting shipments in from India and other uppliers. India makes an accurate non shooting wall hanger and Veteran Arms rebuilds them into operating black powder arms.

Ram27 Offline
#382 Posted:
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Friday greetings dudes...............Laugh
MACS Offline
#383 Posted:
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I was taught the fundamentals of marksmanship by Marine Cadre. Staff sergeant Hix. As a marksmanship instructor he said women, and men who never shot before, are easiest to teach. No bad habits to break and they follow instructions.
Gene363 Offline
#384 Posted:
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MACS wrote:
I was taught the fundamentals of marksmanship by Marine Cadre. Staff sergeant Hix. As a marksmanship instructor he said women, and men who never shot before, are easiest to teach. No bad habits to break and they follow instructions.


True, and they are not trying to show off in front of their girlfriend.

Computers, driving, and shooting are things best taught by strangers.



If for no other reason than self-preservation. Brick wall
DrafterX Offline
#385 Posted:
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Cool Dudes...
Ram27 Offline
#386 Posted:
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X....Beer
DrafterX Offline
#387 Posted:
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Ram..!! Laugh


Any Babes by da pool today..?? Huh
Telecaster52 Offline
#388 Posted:
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Gotta quick nap now it won't be long till time to to go make music
corey sellers Offline
#389 Posted:
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Afternoon gents at the beach fishing . We have done caught 3 small sharks and a small catfish.
Ram27 Offline
#390 Posted:
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No pool today X.Speak to the hand
MACS Offline
#391 Posted:
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corey sellers wrote:
Afternoon gents at the beach fishing . We have done caught 3 small sharks and a small catfish.


Hold up... hold up... Y'all know catfish is freshwater fish, right? And if you're fishing at the beach catching sharks... ya best be near a pond, too. Otherwise that ain't a catfish.
Gene363 Offline
#392 Posted:
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MACS wrote:
Hold up... hold up... Y'all know catfish is freshwater fish, right? And if you're fishing at the beach catching sharks... ya best be near a pond, too. Otherwise that ain't a catfish.


They are real, we used to catch them in the Gulf of Mexico fishing at Matagorda, TX. I was pissed, I'm not a fan of catfish, they ruined a fantastic trout fishing lake out west.

Quote:
The two types of saltwater catfish that live along the southeast Atlantic and Gulf coasts of North America are the gafftopsail catfish and the hardhead catfish. Both varieties are regularly caught by onshore and inshore anglers, most of whom are actually fishing for more glamorous species.
MACS Offline
#393 Posted:
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^^File that one under "knowledge recently acquired".^^
corey sellers Offline
#394 Posted:
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Yes sir , catfish need I send a picture caught a bunch over the years. Pain in the ass baitstealers
MACS Offline
#395 Posted:
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Nah... you and Gene been living in the southeast longer than me (2 weeks) so I trust ya's.
corey sellers Offline
#396 Posted:
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Yeah been here 45 years and still don't know nothing
Sunoverbeach Offline
#397 Posted:
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Maybe it's a raised in the farmland thing, but I always liked fried catfish.

No, this is not a mooch post
corey sellers Offline
#398 Posted:
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I have always heard these are not worth eating. Never tried them though.
corey sellers Offline
#399 Posted:
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Yes , I love fried catfish I am a true Ga boy.
MACS Offline
#400 Posted:
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corey sellers wrote:
Yes , I love fried catfish I am a true Ga boy.


I like it, too... freshwater variety.
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