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  1. I know this has been dead for a while, but does any new opinions on these? I'm thinking about getting a rifle length in OD for my dissy.
  2. Not if I'm doing it right. I'm a Journeyman Lineman forthe electric company.
  3. I use my Klein's, Cresent wrench, Fargo speed wrench, Channel Lock's, 28 oz framing hammer, aluminum Bashlin hooks, & Buckingham 2005m belt more times a day than I can count. http://www.fwlsp.com/
  4. That's the way we did it when I was enlisted as an 11B. I wonder how you aim the thing, since you can't use the sights. Some way to zero it with your rifle sights?
  5. three

    Wanna fight?

    Fought him & beat him. http://mr-lineman.mybrute.com
  6. Does anyone know who has lpk's in stock? I've had one on order with Delton since early dec
  7. Yes, they're very reliable. I personally have over 2k though mine with out a hiccup.
  8. Good choice, I'm sure you'll like it as much as I do mine. The trigger will smooth out after about 500 rnds, then you'll really start to love it.
  9. Wow, that's just... Too bad she didn't shoot herself first
  10. To me it looks like an attempt to turn your cable slide into a roller guide. Just get a Matthews, they've had that for a few years. The new Bowtechs & Martins come with them too. Plus their limbs are built to take the extra force this exerts. Surely I'm not alone in thinking that screwing some set screws into a carbon fiber rod & then loading it with who knows how much tension directed at your midsection is a bad idea.
  11. I voted for the 1911. Because there's not an XD45 option. A Vette is great, but it's not much good when it's time to go to work.
  12. Interesting. Not sure if I could trust em 100% either. Of course I don't trust a few other breeds of dogs for that matter.
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