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JHbowhunter

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  1. i never like arm-chair quarterbacking these things, anymore than I like the media shaping the narrative. We can't bring back the dead, the best we can hope is that justice is served.
  2. Thats a big ass saw. What is it? And it only makes sense to have a hydraulic splitter. I use the maul to halve or quarter the big pieces so I can lift them without aggravating herniated disks... So I get plenty of swinging the maul action. Then I stack all the wood for the hydraulics next to the splitter next to the empty pile to be replenished. Some wood just doesn't split well by hand. Recently acquired a giant beech, that I got at least 3 cords out of. Hardest splitting wood by hand I ever seen. It's like glued together. Pin oak - so knotty the hydraulics are great for that as well. It's great to use both the maul and the hydraulics!
  3. I do not recall it, but would love to see how he lost?
  4. awesome Eric - very happy for you!!! And this is why - I do not Turkey hunt... I do NOT need another addiction, cuz I think fly fishing is my next one...
  5. sounds like a beer would like. seems like it's way south in Porkroll country though... Extreme South Jersey - other side of 22
  6. what an idiotic system! And Booner is right - with this decoding, best you say is 1975 or 2005, but definitely "January". Remingtons manufactured after 1921 have a code located on the left side of the barrel near the frame that identifies the year and month of manufacture. The following letters correspond to the months of the year, for example B=January, L= February and so on: B - L - A - C - K - P - O - W - D - E - R - X B - Jan L - Feb A - Mar C - Apr K - May P - Jun O - Jul W - Aug D - Sep E - Oct R - Nov X - Dec M - 1921 N - 1922 P - 1923 R - 1924 S - 1925 T - 1926 U - 1927 W - 1928 X - 1929 Y - 1930 Z - 1931 A - 1932 B - 1933 C - 1934 D - 1935 E - 1936 F - 1937 G - 1938 H - 1939 J - 1940 K - 1941 L - 1942 MM - 1943 NN - 1944 PP - 1945 RR - 1946 SS - 1947 TT - 1948 UU - 1949 WW - 1950 XX - 1951 YY - 1952 ZZ - 1953 A - 1954 B - 1955 C - 1956 D - 1957 E - 1958 F - 1959 G - 1960 H - 1961 J - 1962 K - 1963 L - 1964 M - 1965 N - 1966 P - 1967 R - 1968 S - 1969 T - 1970 U - 1971 W - 1972 X - 1973 Y - 1974 Z - 1975 I - 1976 O - 1977 Q - 1978 V - 1979 A - 1980 B - 1981 C - 1982 D - 1983 E - 1984 F - 1985 G - 1986 H - 1987 I - 1988 J - 1989 K - 1990 L - 1991 M - 1992 N - 1993 O - 1994 P - 1995 Q - 1996 R - 1997 S - 1998 T - 1999 (*) U - 2000 (*) V - 2001 (*) W - 2002 X - 2003 Y - 2004 Z - 2005 A - 2006 B - 2007 C - 2008 D - 2009 E - 2010 F - 2011 G - 2012 H - 2013 I - 2014 Using barrel codes (such as those listed above) to date the manufacture are reliable on Remington rifles, as the company rarely changed barrels on a customer's rifle.
  7. just bought my 3rd.... I thought it used to be $50? now $60.50... Plus an additional $4.08 writing fee...
  8. Ok @Lunatic first go into settings / general / reset / and try "reset networks settings"... If that doesn't work then you have to the one that says "reset all"... I can almost guarantee you the "reset all" will fix it - but you will have to redo your wifi passwords, it will restore your factory color schemes, screen brightness, etc.. You won't lose pics or music, you won't lose internet favorites but it does reset everything... If you don't want to mess around just go right to "reset all"... Do not do the one that says "erase all content and settings". That will erase your pics, web favorites, etc.
  9. hard to say if Crappie or Walleye is the best eating freshwater fish... Always fun to try and figure that out through!! I bet it was good.
  10. they will raise the price if so...
  11. Yes there has been a mass-exodus into the garage.... Just keeping the top 8 in that room lol.
  12. shhhhhhh... It's just a little whine.... Will pick up intensity as season gets closer...
  13. u guys got some mature looking bucks - I got a bunch but all look young so far...
  14. I turned Todd onto this gem several years ago - needless to say it has given him and Skit hours upon hours of pleasure daily... https://nypost.com/video/this-fake-tongue-will-improve-your-relationship-with-your-cat/
  15. if he's leaving hundies,let him go, otherwise fair game!
  16. awesome ! Congratulations...
  17. Nice one Ryan! Congrats.
  18. Thanks Todd - and you know it. It was like the final "end" to the hunt of a lifetime last night, as I sat in my recliner, enjoying this view as it looks even better with the lights on it... A good drink, watching a bowhunting show - Tiffany in fact... (can't say what else I may have been doing )
  19. had many a bb gun and bought by the carton. Never got me in trouble like the effing SLING SHOT did though!!!
  20. nice - not a fish I see much of anymore... Thanks for sharing and bringing up some very very old memories when I used to go mackerel fishing on the Sea Devil with my dad. We used to fill a garbage can with mackerel, whiting and ling... Not sure what happened to that fishery but that was over years ago.
  21. Yeah Tom - looks like a fairway lol. Thats why I am not doing anything perm on the base until I am fully satisfied. I can just fill the tray with fake autumn leaves add a rock and maybe that 28" cedar tree up the back. I like the idea of a floating base I can easily change up rather than locked into to something glued and permanent. Thanks
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