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My son and his friend visiting from The Netherlands went to the gun range today, along with my wife. His friend, despite being the son of a cop, had never shot a gun.
The shot three different pistols, a .45 revolver, a Mosin Nagant (7.62x54r) and my Ruger 77/22 rifle. They've been cleaning the guns for the past hour. We're never very quick about that process. My wife got to shoot her Ruger LCP .380 for the first time. She said it fit her hand nicely. Now if I can just get her to the concealed carry class...
Sounds like a good time! My wife has an LCP as well. The grip is a tad short so we got the extended clip. It gives you just a bit more grip and makes it easier to shoot accurately. At least for us it did.
 
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how do you like them ladder jacks roy? i been thinking about getting some for work on our 3rd story
 
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how do you like them ladder jacks roy? i been thinking about getting some for work on our 3rd story
I got them at Home Depot....... They do well. I am happy with them.
 
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Howdy Roy! The house project is coming along nicely.
 
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Howdy Roy! The house project is coming along nicely.
Wish he would get it done, so he can come to NY and help work on my projects.
 
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Wish he would get it done, so he can come to NY and help work on my projects.
I have a few projects he could help with as well, but I seriously doubt he will like our sauna like conditions.
 
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Howdy Roy! The house project is coming along nicely.
Howdy Doug.........

Seems like you have been gone a long time.......
 
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Wish he would get it done, so he can come to NY and help work on my projects.

I'll add you to my list.........

Long way to the top of the list.........

 
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I have a few projects he could help with as well, but I seriously doubt he will like our sauna like conditions.

Lynn is in Texas right now visiting her daughter and family........ Notice; I am not there........
 
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Hey Roy (or anyone else with knowledge), did you use Coroplast on the underbelly? I'm thinking of enclosing my fresh water tank with Coroplast. I insulated the tank last year and used Flex-Mend to seal the insulation. Well, Flex-Mend kind of sucks on rigid foam insulation. Heck, Flex-Mend sucks on other areas too. I'm quite disappointed with it, considering how expensive it was. Plan "B" is Coroplast. But I'm not sure what thickness to use. I think industry standard is about 3mm but I have options from 3mm to 8mm.

My fresh water tank is 60" wide (including the insulation) and maybe 8' long. I have a lot of area to cover.
 
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Lynn is in Texas right now visiting her daughter and family........ Notice; I am not there........
Roy,

I may be wrong but I suspect that the boss is expecting significant results upon her return. I doubt that your days are filled with long naps.

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Originally Posted by HRTKD View Post
Hey Roy (or anyone else with knowledge), did you use Coroplast on the underbelly? I'm thinking of enclosing my fresh water tank with Coroplast. I insulated the tank last year and used Flex-Mend to seal the insulation. Well, Flex-Mend kind of sucks on rigid foam insulation. Heck, Flex-Mend sucks on other areas too. I'm quite disappointed with it, considering how expensive it was. Plan "B" is Coroplast. But I'm not sure what thickness to use. I think industry standard is about 3mm but I have options from 3mm to 8mm.

My fresh water tank is 60" wide (including the insulation) and maybe 8' long. I have a lot of area to cover.
My underbelly was covered with coroplast....... I added 1" foil faced rigid foam. The foam is up against the frame and the coroplast is covering the foam. About 3/16" inch thick.

 
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Originally Posted by Sailor_Roy View Post
My underbelly was covered with coroplast....... I added 1" foil faced rigid foam. The foam is up against the frame and the coroplast is covering the foam. About 3/16" inch thick.
Thanks. I'm hoping to get a quote tomorrow from a local dealer. Home Depot sells it (for orders, no local stock) but the largest dimension is 4x8 sheets. The dealer has dimensions as large as 60x120. If I can find a local RV supply house they may have it on a roll and sell it by the foot.
 
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Roy, it has been several weeks since I could hang out and visit. This site is now blocked on the computers at work, and I don't get much time on the computers when I'm off. I had to break out the iPad and Jetpack to be able to catch up on a few threads.
I suspect that if Ms Lynn had a project in Texas, you WOULD be there! Where in Texas is she? It's a big state.
 
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Doug...... She is just south of Dallas.

Another window done today........ Friday I expect to remove and replace the big living room window........ 5 ft high x 8 ft long
 
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