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Old 02-20-2011, 12:58 PM
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Boy oh boy, anybody without a Cali or Oregon map will definitely be saying "What the hell?"
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I would rather visit the Sisters!
Just be sure Los Padres is away.
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Old 02-20-2011, 02:43 PM
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If Los Padras is away it would be Paradise with the Sisters
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Old 02-20-2011, 02:59 PM
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Los Gatos near Canyon Country would be interested in the Sisters; unless they were closer to Hooker.
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Los Gatos near Canyon Country would be interested in the Sisters; unless they were closer to Hooker.
I would like Tulalip (Marysville, WA) on the Hooker Sisters.
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Careful Festus, MO, you'll end up in Hell, MI. Let's stay out of Rudeville, NJ on this post...
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Ya ever Bend to Humptulips (Wa). They say it is by Jack Rose's
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Here is another gem from the FTE archives:

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“We are going to be working for the Forest Service doing land maintenence (clearing trails/brush to prevent fires). Anyways because we are all underage, the forest service cannot provide us with guns as they normally would (for protection against whatever animals/deranged individuals we might run across)”
Forest Service “youth” jobs are supervised by an adult who will be there to legally and responsibly protect you on the job.

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“But the ranger advised us to bring some if we could...”
I doubt that a Forest Service Ranger would suggest a underage person could bring a weapon to a Forest Service job...does not make sense they would risk losing their jobs.

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“So im turnin 17 in march here, so i cant buy a rifle/shotgun on my own.”
True, you can not.

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“Im thinking that a Remington 12 guage shotgun would do me good since i have a ton of experience with them (they what we use on farm), and the ability to shoot buckshot OR slugshot is a nice choice to have.”]
Define what “tons of experience” means at your age.

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“Anyways, how would be best to go about aquiring such a weapon?”
You do not until you are old enough to legally do so.

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“Ive got a gun on my birthday list for my parents but idno how well that will turn out...”
Sounds like your parents do not think it is a good idea to give you a gun for your birthday.

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“Any thoughts/ideas? I was talking about the laws with a friend of mine who is a cop, and he seemed to think that it was illegal to BUY a rifle under the age of 18, but to possess one that has been given to you is fine. can anyone confirm this?”
Thinking is different than knowing. One thought is to do some “homework”.

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I actually remember that thread, Casey...it was a humdinger.


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oh man what diffrents before i have to clcyle the old one 2 to 3 times know its just have seconds and boom she starts

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Old 02-20-2011, 07:16 PM
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heres how i was planing on mounting my track bar to the d60 just weild the pice that was bolted to the qussit on my old d44
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That's so bad it almost makes me want ta beat my children.
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Old 02-20-2011, 07:24 PM
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[quote]Today I did oil pump, barrings and played with the distributor. The vac advance actuator was loose and the parts inside were sticking. I dove it about 5 miles and all is good. No more rod knock or miss.[quote]

That just in.

How do ya do the shaded quote thing guys?
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lol panise ok will she when ur hacking up a lung and where nice it was the fums that made us where the mask it was like tec said we dint want the over spray in are lungs
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