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re: Awesome Video of Harvesting A 220" Deer - turkish
I applaud any genuine ministry efforts of his. Truly I do. I will not disparage his faith. Disagree with him on even the most mundane of deer hunting topics, and you’ll see what I mean. Perhaps today, he’d also admit what he was arrogant in the past. Maybe he’s changed. People do. ...
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re: Awesome Video of Harvesting A 220" Deer - turkish
[quote]Don Higgins ... I’m sure he is a nice guy and all.[/quote] He’s not. He’s one of the most arrogant people to climb a tree stand. ...
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re: CZ 557 rifle barrel break-in - turkish
[quote]I saw 2 MOA groups go to 1/3 MOA after 60 rounds. After two boxes through my CVA 35 Whelen, I saw 6" groups go down to 1". That's why I'm asking.[/quote] This is 100% not related to “barrel break-in.”...
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re: CZ 557 rifle barrel break-in - turkish
Is it a bull barrel or a cow barrel? ETA: https://youtu.be/TRRahHX9Zkg...
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re: What do Louisiana baws think about Justin Wilson? - turkish
You guys are hurting my feelings. How did I not know this!?...
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Wall mount garage door opener - turkish
Has anybody installed, used these? Any impressions. It looks pretty handy, but I worry a little about the reliability of the cable tension detector. https://www.chamberlain.com/chamberlain-wall-mount-garage-door-opener/p/RJO20...
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re: Current Mortgage Rates - turkish
Thanks so much!...
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re: Current Mortgage Rates - turkish
Thanks, but it’s $1088 for a 30-yr, $170k loan at 2.375%? The note seems high. ...
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re: Current Mortgage Rates - turkish
Appraisal of $450. Pay off of $170. Looking for low rate on 30-year, no cash out. 800 credit score. Any thoughts on rate I could get?...
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re: Help wIth buying hunting land (Pic included) *NEW* - turkish
What is the condition of the access easement? With a stream flowing thru, can you cross it with a vehicle? With a tractor? Or is a portion of the property difficult to access? How big is that portion? Got any topo maps? The poor access and apparent inability to have utilities would certainl...
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re: Help with buying hunting land (Pic included) - turkish
Looks pretty unattractive to me. Can you even legally access the 30 acre parcel? It looks like you’d have to jump the corner. In general, access for deer hunting looks poor. ...
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re: Wasps from fireplace - turkish
I’m afraid I saw honey bees going in my chimney cap last weekend. ...
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re: Milwaukee m12 impact driver opinions? - turkish
For changing tires, you need an impact wrench. Impact drivers have a 1/4” chuck, for driving screws mostly. ...
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re: spinoff: POW Camp North of Alexandria in Ball - turkish
Anybody heard of Camp Van Dorn near Centreville, MS?...
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re: Milwaukee m12 impact driver opinions? - turkish
I got one from the clearance rack at HD a couple years ago, in a hard case set with a hammer drill for like $100. It was a previous year’s Fuel model. I also have Ryobi tools. I really like the M12 stuff. I’ve since bought the stubby 1/2” impact wrench on a whim. It’s very nice, but I probably didn’...
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re: 6.5 Creedmoor - turkish
Contrary to popular belief, the letters/number stamped on the bottom of the case have little to nothing to do with the damage done to game by the projectile. ...
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re: Update from Big Ben's place - turkish
I abhor high fenced hunting but respect a landowner’s right to do it. There is a guy up around Alexandria, for whom I have great respect, that does the high fence thing RIGHT. No importing deer, and unceasing habitat management, with a focus on soil health. He’s on YouTube — Farm and Ranch Life. Som...
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re: Give me you favorite little known or often forgotten about Thanksgiving sides - turkish
My in-laws do those sausage balls. They’re dry and disgusting. ...
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re: Grass/ground cover suggestion for yard with huge Oak trees... - turkish
Maybe. Like I said, I just raked it out away from the tree to a layer that isn’t even solid anymore. All mulch is still under the crown, but the tree has leafed back out. ETA: I put this same mulch around young sapling redbuds in tree tubes and they’re doing fantastic. ...
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re: Grass/ground cover suggestion for yard with huge Oak trees... - turkish
It was left about 6 inches from contacting the trunk. And this was a thin layer. I was shocked by the response. No roots are on top of the ground. ...
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