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definitely before then
sorry ive been real busy tonight with running around looking for a pc with micro office 2007 on it. Pearson education software wont run on my mac even tho i have office 2008. Lame

I still havent done my painting yet. Ive been looking at solid axles, 351s, fenders, rear bumpers and a tiregate i found
TireGate - PreRunner Series
they make em for rangers too

im free this weekend tho if u guys wana meet
i know bill wanted to get a day at the range in too
my buddys have been dying to try out my new foregrip on the bushy
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i never work on sundays so im game... lil short on cash so no day at the range for me. lol
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sunday works for me too
hopefully it is for Bill
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I'm off on Sundays as well.

If you need some cash to go to the range I can spot you Joe. I could probably even spot you some ammo if you have a firearm.
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all i have are a few shotguns 2 .22 rifles 2 .25 colt pocket pistols, and a .32 double action revolver.... looking to add to the collection tho lol
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well at least theyre cheaper to shoot
i gota go up to cabelas this week
they have .223 1000 rds for about $250
including 200 tracer rounds for $129
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I could help with the .22 and the shotgun as long as it's 12 gauge.

Or I could let you borrow one of my guns.

I have 2 .22's, 1 AR-15, 1 SKS, 1 AK-47, 1 Rem 700 .30-06, 1 Rem 870 12 gauge, 1 Taurus 357 mag, 1 .SIGMA 40 S&W, 2 1911 .45, 1 Sig Mosquito .22, and 1 Sig P6 9mm. But the 9mm was taken away because I left it out when I went outside for a minute.
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i have PLENTY of .22 rds short on 12 gauge. Um i'll borrow the 1911 and Rem .30-06 lol
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me too if its 12 gauge
ive got 250+ gun club shells in my toolbox that targetmaster sold to me and then said i couldnt use em on their range. needless to say i was a little peeved but they were cheap so oh well
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well at least theyre cheaper to shoot
i gota go up to cabelas this week
they have .223 1000 rds for about $250
including 200 tracer rounds for $129
Don't think you would NEED the tracer rounds.

And the cheaest I saw on their website was close to 350 for 1K and that was steel core which you can't shoot at Ommelanden.

Unless you have access to an outdoor range that doesn't check ammo I don't think the steel core would be of any use. And when I tried the Wolf ammo in my Bushy at first it short stoked and wouldn't feed the next round.

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me too if its 12 gauge
ive got 250+ gun club shells in my toolbox that targetmaster sold to me and then said i couldnt use em on their range. needless to say i was a little peeved but they were cheap so oh well
You could shoot skeet with the gun club rounds. But the only thing they allow indoors is slug and buck shot.

I have no problem letting you use a .45 and the .30-06 Joe. I just need to re-center the scope first. It came loose and started twisting when I went on Friday.
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Do you have a longbed? if you do I'd love to see more pics of it from the side. I've always wondered what the sliders would look like on a LB.
Looks great from those pics
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Yeah shes a longbed. ill snap up some pics for ya tomorrow. might be a bit snowy haha. I think the sliders really tie it together nicely
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