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Chris645

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Chris645 last won the day on December 23 2018

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    Target shooting, photography and traveling in my little Casita travel trailer.

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  1. Thanks, Greg, that's exactly what I ended up buying/using. Applied it and it worked great...........at least for the trial run. Was a great relief to walk outside the cool house into our high humidity heat and be able to instantly see through the sight. Thank you, my friend.
  2. Oh, okay. I've never seen the product, but I'll pick some up today. Thanks for the recommendation.
  3. Greg, am I correct in assuming you mean Rain-X Fog?
  4. No, it's not internal. Same thing happens when I run outside to take a picture with my camera. (and my glasses) Lens fogs up. I can wipe the condensation off with a clean wipe, but it comes right back until the lens gets closer to the ambient temperature........................but I don't want to have to do that in an emergency when mere seconds count. I'll try some RAIN-X and see if that works for the problem. Thanks.
  5. Just had something happen I've never thought about. Pulled out my AR to shoot a rabid Possum in my back pasture and my sight lens was too fogged to use. I keep my house at about 72 degrees and we have high humidity where we live. This wasn't a big problem today, but what if I needed the AR in an emergency situation and couldn't even look through the sight????? Is there anything I can put on the lens to either eliminate fogging, or at least make the fogging go away fairly quickly. I'd sure hate to call of the rifle to save a life or defend property and have to wait 20 minutes for the fogging to clear. Shocks me I've never thought about this before!!!!!
  6. Yup, Martha Ray was one hell of an entertainer. Remember her well. I was aware she was a full bird Colonel, but didn't know about this story. There were a lot of people in Hollywood (a long time ago in history) who were true patriots and cared about this country. (hard to believe that with today's crop of sycophants) I read an article several years ago that listed many of them and their ranks and accomplishments. Some of them surprised me because I didn't know, but didn't surprise me because their personal character indicated on a daily basis the kind of people they were.
  7. Makes one much more appreciative of our military snipers who make some incredible long range shots to terminate those enemies.
  8. Yup.................sounds like Oklahoma, "where the wind comes sweeping down the plains".
  9. WIND???? We ain't got no stinkin' wind in Oklahoma, Greg...................What You Talkin' 'Bout?????
  10. Ahhhhh, the joys of Commiefornia. Feel for ya, TT.
  11. OMG, I could hear the Libtards screaming in the streets of America while watching that video. (many probably wearing their "vagina" hats!)
  12. One of my favorite scenes in one of my favorite movies!!
  13. Unfortunately.............................. https://www.breitbart.com/economy/2019/04/12/washington-post-dhs-blocked-white-house-plan-drop-migrants-democrats-districts/ Why in God's name won't people let him do his job?????????
  14. Gotta luv that guy. Sure knows how to "needle" people...........especially Libretards!
  15. Gettin' ready to make my own angle grinding jig. They sure do make it easier. Those Ulus sure look good. Best skinnin' knive ever made!
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