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Old 04-11-2010, 08:40 AM
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Why so quite latley?

Where is everyone at? I know the weather is nice and all but at least let a guy know you all are still alive lol. Although today I kinda wish I was dead the way I feel. Broke the ground yesterday for the garden with the tiller and it nearly killed me. I hurt so bad today it aint funny.
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I know that feeling there Buck. Just been busy with life is all.
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Old 04-11-2010, 11:22 AM
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Same here buck just busy around the house. I did go to **** creek and came home with a .45 acp. I love shoots great and no problems what so ever. I hear a lot of people dont like hipoint firearms but from what I see thay are a great gun, not prety but great value and warenty. I hope the rest of you are doing great.
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Old 04-11-2010, 08:41 PM
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I personaly like high piont guns. I have one in .40 sw that i cut the mag down to 8 rounds on. I don't like the size of them tho, to big for concealed carry lol. I decided to start my body lift for my birthday present to myself lol. Now I had to order a bushing set from jbg, can't wait to get this thing up another 4" lol.
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I have been real busy the past couple weeks. Nothing new to report on here. All is well. Cut the darn grass a couple times already! I did order some Bilstein shocks for my work truck friday. Can't wait for them to come in. The monroes on the front have been blown for a year! This is my first purchase of Bilsteins. I have heard a lot of good things about them. I'll let you know if they are worth the money. Ordered them from the shock warehouse. They used to be a sponsor here and you could get an extra 5 or 10% discount, but they are no longer a sponsor. Just over 300 dollars for 4 shocks.
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Old 04-13-2010, 07:28 PM
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Ran it to a bit of a snag last nite. The truck poped out of park and rolled down the drive right into the house! the tailgate was down and it took out a window. Now I have to replace that! Dawn was not impressed to say the least. Nobody was hurt tho so all is well.
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You know Buck, sometimes I think if it weren't for bad luck, you'd have no luck at all. I always set my emergency brake when parking on any kind of a hill.

I've got a neighbor last year he parked his truck next to his house in a hay field. Manual tranny, and he didn't put it in gear, or set the park brake. It took off over the hill and found a tree in the holler. Truck was totaled. When I saw it, the first thought in my mind was he got hurt bad in that thing. That truck had some major damage in the front. It was a dodge though. Now he has a new F250!
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You know John you are right. This morning I had a grinder jump on me and laided my middle finger open. Ten stitches to close it up. Now tyhe truck is on hold till I can get some use of my hand lol.
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Damm, I don't know what to say at this point....
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Old 04-15-2010, 07:33 PM
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Not much to say John lol. As the saying goes "s**t happens". At least I only get hurt like this about once every 3-5 yrs lol. So I sould be good for awhile!
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